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Even though the world has pretty much transitioned from paper to the internet and online reading, books have not quite lost their charm yet. The fun of reading a book is still there. Not only this, but people also still enjoy crafts such as making their journals, decorating books and papers, and organizing recipe books. Some people are interested in keeping papers from books or magazines and organizing them into their books or collections. Among all these interests and hobbies, a common aspect is how these papers and books can be kept intact and in place. The answer to this is to bind the papers together, so they are preserved in an organized form. The equipment used to do this is called binders.

Binders are a broad term encompassing all supplies and things used to bind papers. For crafty people who love DIYs and books, bookbinding supplies are available in the market. The bookbinding supplies are items and small equipment that ease the process of bookbinding. These include paper drill bits, threads, gauze, tapes, spiral binders, plastic spiral binders, and more. These things facilitate binding books at home or in small setups and are also a source of great fun for people who love to make their creative journals.

A common bookbinding supply is a spiral binder. A spiral binder looks like a wire wound in circles and then stretched. Nowadays, the spiral binder is perhaps the most common way of binding papers seen at bookstores. Notebooks are composed of these spiral binders. They allow pages and covers to spin at 360 degrees angles. This saves space and allows support if the user writes onto the paper. One of the biggest advantages of these spiral binders is how easily they can be wound and unwound. This is particularly useful for those who engage in DIY projects, make their papers collection, and wish to add more with time or need. One rotates the spiral until it completely unwinds from the holes. Then add as many papers as needed and then rewind the binder into each hole of the pages.

Some plastic spiral binders come with a plain plastic spine running throughout the length of the binder. There are binding teeth-like structures on the other side. Such binders do not allow 360-degree rotation, but they allow easy addition of paper without having to unwind the entire bundle. Users reach the binder’s opening and carefully add as many papers as they want to. This type of binder also allows the addition of paper at any point in between the binding. The method of adding papers is the same, i.e., opening the teeth of the binders and adding papers, then closing them again into the binder’s spine.

Binders are the best solution to all paper organizing problems. The binders allow users to organize their papers in a permanent way without the fear of damage or loss. Previously a binding involved sewing the papers together and binding with gauze and tapes. Nowadays, there are quicker solutions such as spiral binders which are easy to open and close, wind and unwind. Pen to Ink has a wide stock of binders of all sorts and an array of colors to please buyers. Visit our shop to buy in bulk and retail, or shop online from our website.

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Atlas Dual Pitch Wire Binding Machine AS-BM-W32B

AED 1,207.00 Inc. VAT

Atlas Dual Pitch Wire Binding Machine AS-BM-W32B

Origin: China

AED 1,207.00 Inc. VAT

Fellowes Electric 3:1 Wire Binding Machine Model – GALAXY E

∙ Galaxy Stylish Electric wire binding for a professional finish in large office environments ∙ Electric punching up to

20 sheets (80gsm)

∙ 130 Sheets Binding

capacity

∙ Maximum wire size:-

14mm

∙ Articulated punching

bar for effortless

punching

∙ Chip tray with burst out

feature to eliminate jams

∙ Adjustable edge aligns sheets accurately ∙ Full width punch handle requires minimal effort for manual punching

∙ Punch selection for A4 & A5 sized documents ∙ Front access full size storage tray for materials and documents

∙ Patented wire & document measure allows user to select quickly

∙ Chip tray with burst out feature to eliminate jams ∙ Vertical sheet loading ensures consistent punch alignment

∙ 1 year Warranty

Barcode:43859530038

AED 5,265.00 Inc. VAT

Fellowes Manual 3:1 Wire Binding Machine Model – GALAXY WIRE

∙ Galaxy Stylish Manual wire binding for a professional finish in large office environments ∙ Manual punching up to

20 sheets (80gsm)

∙ 130 Sheets Binding

capacity

∙ Maximum wire size:-

14mm

∙ Articulated punching

bar for effortless

punching

∙ Chip tray with burst out

feature to eliminate

jams

∙ Adjustable edge aligns sheets accurately ∙ Full width punch handle requires minimal effort for manual punching

∙ Punch selection for A4 & A5 sized documents ∙ Front access full size storage tray for materials and documents

∙ Patented wire & document measure allows user to select quickly

∙ Chip tray with burst out feature to eliminate jams ∙ Vertical sheet loading ensures consistent punch alignment

∙ 1 year Warranty

Barcode:43859530021

AED 3,282.00 Inc. VAT

Fellowes Manual 3:1 Wire Binding Machine Model – QUASAR WIRE

∙ Manual punching up to 15 sheets (80gsm)

∙ 130 Sheets Binding capacity

∙ Maximum wire size:- 14mm

∙ Gage for document/comb sizing

∙ Comb Storage, Articulated punching bar for

effortless punching

∙ Dual Access chip tray

∙ 1 year Warranty
Barcode:43859530014

AED 1,539.00 Inc. VAT
Even though the world has pretty much transitioned from paper to the internet and online reading, books have not quite lost their charm yet. The fun of reading a book is still there. Not only this, but people also still enjoy crafts such as making their journals, decorating books and papers, and organizing recipe books. Some people are interested in keeping papers from books or magazines and organizing them into their books or collections. Among all these interests and hobbies, a common aspect is how these papers and books can be kept intact and in place. The answer to this is to bind the papers together, so they are preserved in an organized form. The equipment used to do this is called binders.

Binders are a broad term encompassing all supplies and things used to bind papers. For crafty people who love DIYs and books, bookbinding supplies are available in the market. The bookbinding supplies are items and small equipment that ease the process of bookbinding. These include paper drill bits, threads, gauze, tapes, spiral binders, plastic spiral binders, and more. These things facilitate binding books at home or in small setups and are also a source of great fun for people who love to make their creative journals.

A common bookbinding supply is a spiral binder. A spiral binder looks like a wire wound in circles and then stretched. Nowadays, the spiral binder is perhaps the most common way of binding papers seen at bookstores. Notebooks are composed of these spiral binders. They allow pages and covers to spin at 360 degrees angles. This saves space and allows support if the user writes onto the paper. One of the biggest advantages of these spiral binders is how easily they can be wound and unwound. This is particularly useful for those who engage in DIY projects, make their papers collection, and wish to add more with time or need. One rotates the spiral until it completely unwinds from the holes. Then add as many papers as needed and then rewind the binder into each hole of the pages.

Some plastic spiral binders come with a plain plastic spine running throughout the length of the binder. There are binding teeth-like structures on the other side. Such binders do not allow 360-degree rotation, but they allow easy addition of paper without having to unwind the entire bundle. Users reach the binder’s opening and carefully add as many papers as they want to. This type of binder also allows the addition of paper at any point in between the binding. The method of adding papers is the same, i.e., opening the teeth of the binders and adding papers, then closing them again into the binder’s spine.

Binders are the best solution to all paper organizing problems. The binders allow users to organize their papers in a permanent way without the fear of damage or loss. Previously a binding involved sewing the papers together and binding with gauze and tapes. Nowadays, there are quicker solutions such as spiral binders which are easy to open and close, wind and unwind. Pen to Ink has a wide stock of binders of all sorts and an array of colors to please buyers. Visit our shop to buy in bulk and retail, or shop online from our website.