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Producing professionally bound documents has never been easier. Binding machines are now even more common in the office environment .Whether you are binding a quote for a customer, creating a presentation, or simply organising your documents purchasing a binding machine for the office is must.

When choosing a binding machine you will need to decide how many books a day you will need to produce. Should you need to bind only a few documents a day then a low volume binder would probably suit? If you intend to bind a high number of documents then consider a binding machine with a reasonable punching capacity.
Should you need to bind hundreds of documents a day, then choose a binding machine with an electric punching facility.

Other points to bare in mind before purchasing your binding machine is do you need something that will lay flat , be re-usable , or travel well in the post. Does the document need to look professional or will it be thrown away after it is read.

Comb binding is the most common binding style used, and is the most economical. Binding supplies are readily available and much cheaper than other styles of binding. However, because of their commonplace in the market, some people perceived them as being ‘cheap’, hence the popularity of the other binding methods.

Coil binding is a great option for individuals searching for a different look for their presentations and proposals. Documents can open flat for easy photocopying and reading and are a great option should you wish to mail the documents due to their flexibility. The only downfall is if you need to bind large document it tends to be difficult and possibly another binding style would be more effective

Wire binding provides an elegant look and feel but is slightly more expensive than coil binding or wire binding. These binding machines enable the documents to lay flat and also wrap around.

Thermal binders are dramatically different from the other three styles discussed and does not involve punching holes in your documents to bind them. Instead, thermal binding machines use heat to activated glue inside the spine of the book to provide a beautiful finished product. Of all the available binding styles, thermal binding has the highest supply costs but it does provide possible the most unique and professional looking solution.

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