Top 5 Coil Binding Machines of 2019

November 25, 2019

Top 5 Coil Binding Machines of 2019

Spiral coil binding is the top-choice for businesses and schools, and finding the perfect machine to accomplish it can be a hassle; there are hundreds of choices to sort through. Our goal at Binding101 has always been to simplify the process and make it as easy as possible, so we've gathered together a list of the top 5 coil binding machines of 2019. These machines are top-sellers, blowing the competition out of the water. They have high customer reviews and will help you improve efficiency and workflow, while allowing you access to easy, on-demand coil bound book making.

  1. System 3000 - The Rhin-O-Tuff Coil Binding System 3000 is the world's very first desktop coil binding machine that combines all three steps of binding --including electric punching, coil insertion and coil crimping-- into one compact and modernly designed machine that is the perfect choice for nearly any office with a medium volume binding requirement. The intuitive controls make the 3000 binding machine extremely user-friendly, and the perfect solution for creating professional bound books.
  2. Coilmac-M - The CoilMac-M by Akiles is one of the most popular manual spiral binding machines in the world. It is more durable than many other machines in the same price range, and offers the perfect blend of features that make it versatile and cost-effective. The five disengageable punching pins allow for more versatility of paper size, as you can stop the machine from punching a specific hole for perfect alignment.
  3. CoilMac-M Plus - An upgraded version of the extremely popular CoilMac-M, the CoilMac-M Plus offers added efficiency and high-quality features that make it a step above the rest. Oval holes make for easy coil inserting, and 100% disengageable pins (53 total) mean you can use completely custom sheet sizes without worrying with half hole punches. Hole depth adjustment and side margins help you place the holes exactly how you want them. Perfect for small offices that need added versatility over a basic coil machine.
  4. CoilMac-EX Plus - If you're looking for a durable spiral binding machine that offers the convenience of electric features, but at a lower price point for medium-duty workloads, then the CoilMac-EX Plus by Akiles is a great option. With a combination of standard features (such as a paper alignment guide and margin depth control) and special "plus" features (such as 44 fully disengageable pins and oval holes), the CoilMac-EX+ covers all your bases. This cost-effective electric plastic coil binding machine is sleek in appearance, but rugged and durable in its components.
  5. Rubicoil - Perfect for individual users or small offices that bind fairly infrequently, this small coil binding machine is a durable, but economical, choice for low-volume spiral binding. It is ideal for users who bind letter size pages only, measuring 8 ½" x 11". The Rubicoil offers an inexpensive and easy-to-use advantage.

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