Personal Binding Machines

Written by Liza Hartung
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When you are looking to purchase personal binding machines, you will likely not need one as big an office would. This is good news for you because you won't have to spend as much money. Unless, of course, you just like binding thick books as fast as possible. Since your machine will be for personal use, you will likely want something small and not too expensive. Maybe you just have a project now and then that would do well with some binding.

Well, there are plenty of personal binding machines for you to choose from. You can find anything from very professional looking binding to your most basic, sturdy binding. For professional-grade binding, try thermal binding or VeloBind. Both allow you to put quite nice covers on the front. You can do so with coil and comb binding as well, but then you will have to punch through whatever material you have chosen for your cover.

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Thermal binding is great because there is no punching, cutting or crimping involved. This means that when you put your machine back on the shelf, a ton of punched holes don't go flying all over your floor. Thermal binding is done with an adhesive spine that adheres to the spine of your document. It's very simple and sturdy. It is what is used on paperback books.

Personal binding machines can get expensive if you don't do enough shopping around. Don't just take the first one you come across. They are sold at almost every office supply store and you can always order from various vendors via the Internet. Do a price and quality search first. Know what you are getting before you buy. This will save you many headaches down the line.


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