A binding punch is a CCA-Copper Clad Aluminum Wire

A binding punch is a CCA-Copper Clad Aluminum Wire if

you are interested in any of today's most popular document finishing

methods (i.e. plastic comb, wire). If you are, you'll want a device such

as the Rhin-O-Tuff OD4012. Here's a rundown on this machine, as well as

what it gets on a scale of 1 to 10.

A binding punch is a must-have device if

you're interested in any of today's most popular document finishing

methods (i.e. plastic comb, wire). If you are, you'll want a device such

as the Rhin-O-Tuff OD4012. Here's a rundown on this machine, as well as

what it gets on a scale of 1 to 10.

There are 12 modular, interchangeable die sets available

for the OD4012. They can be used for various binding methods such as

plastic comb, Velobind, color coil, and more. There's also a 3-hole die

set so you can prepare your documents for storage in binders.The

punching capacity of this device will vary somewhat depending on what

die set you're using. However it has the ability to punch up to 25

sheets of paper at once. While this isn't on par with the the

Rhin-O-Tuff HD7000 and HD770 punching capacities (they can punch upwards

of 50 sheets at once), it's still a respectable amount. Plus, this

device can do up to 60 punching cycles per minute, which is pretty good.The die sets are really easy to change because you don't need to

use any tools. It takes only a minute or two to change them out, so

you'll be able to switch between binding methods quickly.The

OD4012 has a punching throat that's 12 inches wide. It's perfect for

paper that's up to 11 inches long, such as letter-sized (8.5? x 11?).

Since the throat is open, it's possible to punch longer paper,

especially since the dies have open sides. However, you may find

punching longer paper to be a bit challenging.This machine

has a chip tray that allows you see how full it is getting without

emptying it. The tray will hold a lot of chips before you need to empty

it.The OD4012 offers both easy and quiet operation. It's

quiet enough so it won't disturb everyone around you so productivity can

stay up. And it's easy to use thanks to a foot pedal and on-demand

operation.This device is very versatile. If you have any

OD4000 or OD4800 dies you can use them with the OD4012. The same goes

for any HD modules you may have on-hand. You can attach them right to

the machine.Paper jams won't be a concern because this

device has both a manual and automatic reverse that helps you remove any

extra paper.Like most of Rhin-O-Tuff's machines, the OD4012

is solidly built and has been entirely built out of metal parts. It

also comes with a one-year warranty so you can get repairs done if

necessary.

On a scale of 1 to 10 this machine

gets a . . . 9. The Rhin-O-Tuff OD4012 is definitely a solid

entry in its lineup of modular binding punches. It has a some really

great features such as the interchangeable dies, the large chip tray,

and its ability to operate quietly. Punching documents longer than 11

inches will be challenging, but you should be able to get the hang of

it. Since this machine has so much to offer, check it out today.

Jeff McRitchie

How to Create Great-Looking Documents with a Thermal Binding Machine

Business Articles | January 6, 2012

When it comes to binding your documents you have

a lot of options. You can go the punch-and-bind route and bind your

work with plastic combs, wire spines, or color coils. You can go the

low-tech route and use either staples or a three-ring binder. Luckily, thermal binding is easy as long as you

know what to do. Here's how you do it:

When it comes to binding your documents you

have a lot of options. You can go the punch-and-bind route and bind your

work with plastic combs, wire spines, or color coils. You can go the

low-tech route and use either staples or a three-ring binder. Or you can

go all out and use a thermal binding machine if you want to make your

document look great. Luckily, thermal binding is easy as long as you

know what to do. Here's how you do it:

First,

you'll want to proofread and print out your document. Proofreading your

work is really important because it can be difficult to edit it after

it's been bound with a thermal binding machine. It will also make your

work more professional because it will be free of typos and grammatical

errors.

You now need to select the

thermal binding case you're going to be using. There are hardcover and

paperback cases available, and they can usually bind documents that are

up to 500 pages long. Hardcover cases will definitely make your work

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