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Intelli-Bind IC110 Coil Binding Machine Review

Intelli-Bind IC110 Coil Binding Machine from Intelli-ZoneDo you need to bind a cookbook, a report or perhaps a presentation? Coil binding is a great way to bind a wide variety of literature. If you are looking for a binding machine, you should seriously consider looking at the Intelli-Bind IC110 coil binding machine (found here). This is my review.

The Intelli-Bind line (from Intelli-Zone) covers a wide variety of book binding formats, which includes coil, wire and comb. Intelli-Bind is quickly growing in popularity due to the feature-to-price ratio. You can almost always get more “binding machine” for your money with Intelli-Bind. The Intelli-Bind IC110 coil binder is a prime example of this.

The Intelli-Bind IC110 may be one of the cheapest coil binding machines to include an electric coil inserter. If you have ever manually inserted coils, you can probably appreciate the convenience of an electric coil inserter.

The IC110 is primarily designed for light-volume use. This means it can be used on a daily basis, but isn’t the best option for binding dozens to hundreds of books a day. It is compact, ideal for sitting on a desk and great for the binding the occasional book. You will find this binding machine in homes and small businesses.

While the IC110 does have an electric coil inserter, punching is done manually. The manual punch is designed to punch through up to 12 sheets of paper at a time. The hole pattern is a 4:1 pitch (four holes per inch), which allows the IC110 to bind a book up to about 225 sheets thick.

Once holes are punched, and you are ready to insert a coil, I recommend feeding the coil through the first 3-4 holes. You can then turn on the electric coil inserter and let the IC110 spin the coil through the rest of the holes. The electric inserter is turned on and off by use of a switch, located on the top of the machine.

Be aware that the Intelli-Bind IC110 does not have disengaging (selectable) punching pins. While this isn’t a big deal if you are only binding letter-size paper, it would still be nice to have. Intelli-Zone does make a machine with selectable punching pins called the Intelli-Bind IC310 (found here).

Overall I consider the IC110 to be a great little binding machine for the money. It is compact, very portable and perfect for a book binding hobbyist or for a small business.

You can find the Intelli-Bind IC110 coil binding machine here. You can find our entire selection of Intelli-Bind coil binding machines here and our entire selection of coil binding machines here.

Keith Barlow

Keith is a third generation office equipment expert. ABC Office was started by his grandfather back in 1980 and he is proud to be caring on the values that made ABC Office what it is today… unsurpassed selection, detailed information, low prices, and courteous support.

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