RI-700 14" Electric Spiral Coil Inserter (Discontinued)
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RI-700 14" Electric Spiral Coil Inserter (Discontinued)

Item #: 04ROLIN700
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  • Affordable and simple way to increase your coil binding production.
  • Having the coil inserter separate from the coil binding punch allows two operators to speed up the process.
  • Great for Childrens books, Sales Presentations, Marketing Plans, Training Documentations, Owners Manuals, and Cook Books.
  • Fit for any Bank and Accountant, Print and Copy Shop, Engineers and Architects, Brokerage Services, University and College, and Law Firm and Attorney.
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Overview

The RI-700 14" Electric Spiral Coil Inserter is an affordable and simple way to increase your coil binding production. Having the coil inserter separate from the coil binding punch allows two operators to speed up the process.

Specifications

Item #04ROLIN700_CLEARANCE
ManufacturerLimattan
Manufacturer Part Number04ROLIN700
Suggested UserMedium Office, Large Office
Binding StyleSpiral Binding / Plastic Coil
Operation: BindingElectric
Included Supplies & AccessoriesCoil Crimper Pliers
Compatible Supplies & AccessoriesSpiral Binding Coils
Power Voltage110 V
Dimensions7" H x 18-1/2" W x 14-5/16" D
Manufacturer's Warranty90 Day Limited
Punch & Bind CapabilityBinding Only
Maximum Binding Edge14"
Shipping Weight (lbs)28

Description

The RI-700 14" Electric Spiral Coil Inserter is an affordable and simple way to increase your coil binding production. Having the coil inserter separate from the coil binding punch allows two operators to speed up the process.

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Frequent Asked Questions

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will this punch thru a hardback cover
Asked by shannon
A
This is a coil inserting machine (not a punch machine). Most machine punching capabilities will depend on the most specific hardback information; thickness, material, etc.
Answer by Binding101

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