Archive for May, 2015

Akiles iCoil 41+ Spiral Binding Machine Review

Thursday, May 21st, 2015
The Akiles iCoil 41+ spiral binder comes loaded with several features

The Akiles iCoil 41+ Spiral Binding Machine

 

 

Coil Binding’s Full Meal Deal

 

You know how you might enjoy a $5 Buck Lunch at Dairy Queen with a bacon cheeseburger, fries, drink, plus a sundae. Well, the Akiles iCoil 41+ Spiral binding machine draws several similarities. Just like the $5 Buck Lunch is a hearty deal that will keep your belly satisfied for several hours, the iCoil 41+ comes loaded with features not commonly found in a coil binding machine in its class.

 

The iCoil 41+ has a 4:1 pitch hole pattern that produces oval-shaped punched holes. This feature makes it easier to insert/spin the PVC binding coils through the punched pages. Oval-shaped holes also make it easier to turn the pages in a document. They improve the document binding process by as much as 50 percent.

 

The iCoil includes coil crimping pliers, an accessory you typically purchase separately from the coil binding machine. There’s a clever little electric coil inserter that’s concealed under the machine’s lid. This design makes the unit more compact for storage. The anti-dust cover also helps keep the machine interior clean when not in use. The iCoil 41+ has built-in coil measuring guides that enable you to select the correct coil size for the number of pages you are using. The machine’s vertical punching design improves document sheet alignment and reduces punching slip-ups and errors.

 

This coil binder by Akiles has an ergonomically designed punch handle that provides almost effortless punching. There’s also an electric foot pedal to activate the electric coil inserter. This makes coil binding fast and easy.

 

You will simplify your coil binding work with the Akiles iCoil Plus. This convenient and compact coil binding system gets the job done quickly and efficiently. Be sure to contact ABC Office today for more details about the Akiles iCoil 41+ Spiral Binding Machine.

 

Martin Yale 7000E Stack Paper Cutter Review

Wednesday, May 20th, 2015
ABC Office Review of the Martin Yale 7000E Stack Paper Cutter

The Retro-Looking Martin Yale 7000E

If you’re looking for an old-style stack paper cutter with tried and tested design and performance, then the Martin Yale 7000E is the ideal cutter for you. The 7000E is commonly found in school copy centers, photography shops, print shops, and small and large businesses.

 

The Martin Yale 7000E is not only simple to use, it’s capable of cutting a full 12-inch length, or depth, of paper. It will also slice through a stack of 1-1/2 inch 20 lb. copy paper (approximately 350 sheets).

 

The unit’s paper stop is fully adjustable. It features a positive paper clamp that securely holds a stack of paper in place. The paper clamp prevents shifting and tearing during the cutting process.

 

The 7000E wears a safety blade latch that prevents cutting until the latch has been released. Its English and Metric rule guides help ensure an accurate cut with every stroke. Be sure to contact ABC Office today for details about the Martin Yale 7000E stack paper cutter.

 

  • Easy to use
  • Includes all heavy-duty features needed to cut large stacks of paper
  • Heavy-duty, durable wood base

 

Specifications

  • Weight: 45 pounds
  • Working width: 12 inches
  • Width: 20 inches
  • Depth: 30 inches
  • Height: 16 inches

 

Tamerica Optimus-46i Coil Binding Machine Review

Monday, May 18th, 2015
coil binder, coil binding, 4:1 pitch, coil punch, oval holes

The Optimus-46i

The Tamerica Optimus-46i Coil Binding machine is an impressive little model that’s affordably priced. You typically find machines with its capabilities in the $400-$700 price tag range.

The Optimus-46i has fully disengageable punch pins.  This allows you to punch and bind a wide variety of documents of different sizes. The pull-out punch pins help you avoid unseemly half-punched papers.

The coil inserter located on the top of the machine offers a new and innovative twist to document binding. It features a grooved silicone roller that makes it smoother and simpler to insert the PVC coil into a punched stack of paper.

The Optimus-46i from Tamerica offers further simplicity and efficiency with its foot-operated pedal. This operates the machine’s punch dies, or pins. This added feature alone helps free up your hands and improves your productivity.

There are also other useful features including oval punched holes — this makes it much easier to insert coil. There’s adjustable depth control and you can punch up to 20 sheets of copy paper at a time.

Be sure to contact ABC Office today to learn more about the Tamerica Optimus-46i Coil Binding Machine.

 

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