How much does it cost to get something spiral bound?
How much does it take to spiral bind a book? It can cost as much as $1.50 per book or as little as 20 cents. Many companies offer discounts after 100 orders or more.
Does OfficeMax bind books?
Office Depot® OfficeMax® has your presentation printing and binding covered, whether you are around the corner or in another town. Whatever it is, we can print and bind your presentation and help you make that lasting impression.
How much is a comb binding machine?
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What is a binding machine in the office?
Binding machines can be used to prepare professionally bound documents, sales materials and other documentation to exceptionally high standards. Wire binding machines are beneficial in making your printed material look professional and have a more significant impact.
How do I choose a coil binding machine?
If you are planning on using coil to bind large size documents you will need to make sure that you coil binding machine has an open throat and preferably fully disengageable dies. This will allow you to set your machine up to make sure that you don’t have a half hole hanging off the edge of your paper.
Can you use a comb binding machine with coil?
Can I use my comb binding machine with other types of binding supplies, such as spiral coils? Unfortunately not. Only plastic combs can be used with comb binding machines. However, there are some machines available that can bind documents using both combs and wire.
What is Cerlox binding?
Comb Binding, also known as Cerlox binding or Surelox binding, makes use of a cylindrical plastic shape that has multiple curved tines along its length. This rigid plastic shape forms the book’s spine and would resemble a hair comb if it were not formed into a cylinder, hence the name Comb Binding.