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Need a binding machine or binding machine supplies? Here at Huntoffice we carry a large range of binding machines & supplies from manual binders for casual low volume user’s right up to electric high speed machines ideal for professional use. We also stock all your binding supplies, including binding combs, binding coils and binding wires along with binding covers, binding strips and slide binders.

Binding machines are an easy way to give your documents a finished and professional look. They have a wide variety of uses around the house and office. Use the binding machine for creating professional looking documents, reports and presentations or even for keeping documents, letters and bills organized and together at home. Here are some of the types of binding machines available:

• Comb binding machines – These are the most popular type of binding technology as it is the least expensive and it also guarantees aesthetic end look. The plastic strips used for binding come in a wide range of colours and are quite durable. Depending on the type of machine you can bind from 5 pages up to 400 pages. The most common size of documents that are used with binders is A4 but you can use smaller formats as well. One of the advantages of comb binding is that they can be easily edited when it’s needed.

• Coil/Wire Binders – The technology used within such binders is the same as in wirebound notebooks and notepads. The binder uses a wire that is coiled in and out through holes in the sheets. Some binders allow you to cut and crimp the edges of the wire automatically but if a machine doesn’t have that function, you have to use finishing pliers and manually apply the finishing touch. Wire/Coil binding might be a bit more expensive than comb binding but it also gives a bit more of a professional look and it is more durable as well.

• Thermal Binders – These types of binders use thermal glue which is usually placed in the cover that goes around the document. Thermal binding gives you a paperback book look since there are no wires or combs used to put the sheets together; there is no need to punch the sheets. Thermal binders can put together 5 to 500 sheets depending on the binder model. You can edit your documents but it is a messy process as you have to re-heat the document in the binder so that you are able to take out or insert new pages.

Some of the top quality brands available in the Binding Machines & Supplies section include GBC, Q-Connect, 5 Star and Rexel.