Binding Machines(12 Products)
What Is a Binding Machine?
Binding machines are compact machines that turn loose paper or reports into attractive bound documents. Using a binding machine can help promote organization and ensure you don’t lose important prints. Instead of sending your documents to a print shop, bring the binding facility to your office. Pair your paper binding machine with Quill’s binding covers and accessories to ensure your report will leave a good first impression. With the right tools, you can quickly and inexpensively prepare high-quality reports when it matters most.
Why Buy a Paper Binding Machine?
If you are in an environment where you put together reports, documents, records or anything with a large amount of loose paper, organization is key. A paper binding machine can be extremely useful to help stay organized, put together high-quality presentations and easily store documents. Couple your paper binding machine with a laminating machine for all your professional document needs.
Which Binder Machine Should You Choose?
Quill offers several types of binding machines with different features for unique applications.
Comb Binding Machines
A comb binding machine consists of metal teeth that hole-punch the document. This type of binding machine can hold up anywhere from 150to 300 pages at once. Comb binding machines work similarly to standard hole punchers by manually punching the holes with either a lever or button, but provide more consistent binding placement and have a much higher capacity. Some models also come with a clip mechanism that ensures your document stays in place during the process. Match your freshly punched holes with Quill’s binding comb and spines to complete the perfect report.
Thermal Binding Machines
With thermal binding machines, documents are given a permanent binding that covers the edges of the new report. Neatly stack and store your binded documents with thermal bindings, as they don’t require rings to hold together. A machine of this variation can bind up to 500 pages at once at the top end, with an average of 300 pages. Thermal binding machines also come equipped with built-in safety features to prevent overheating of documents, as well as audio and visual prompts indicating your document is ready for the next step. Most machines also come fitted with an auto shutoff feature to prevent unwanted damage to your environment.