Manage and Present Documents

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Why use a binding machine...

Using a binder to prepare your key documents presents a professional look which reflects well on you and your business.

Bound documents are easier to handle, discuss, photocopy, store and reference than the equivalent stapled or clipped papers.

If you want a document to be retained and referenced, binding offers the ideal way to protect and preserve the papers which otherwise can become dog-eared with age and frequent use.

The wide choice of covers, combs, wires etc. allow you to add colour and style to any document.

Binding types:

Advantages to Plastic Comb Binding - Quick and simple to create, lowest cost solutions, widely available consumables, can be opened and reassembled, combs are re-usable, flexible and durable, can bind up to 450 pages.

Advantages to Wire Binding - Professional finish to documents, secure and tamper proof, can rotate 360 degrees, strong and flexible.

Advantages to Thermal Binding - Professional finish to documents, more than one document can be bound simultaneously - saving time, ideal for smaller documents, no bulky elemnt, stong and flexible, pages cannot be removed without destroying the cover.

Other forms of binding: fastback(like tape spine), velobind/surebind (mainly used by solicitors for the security it offers), slide bars (no machine needed).

Why use a Laminating Machine?

Using a laminator creates documents with a professional quality image which reflects well on you and your business.

Laminating is the ideal way to protect and preserve the papers which otherwise can become dog-eared with age and frequent use - they are also hygenic and waterproof.

Because of the way lamination works the inks in the printed documents look better, more vibrant and of course last longer.

Advantages of Laminating - protects documents from damage, water resistant, crease resistant, hygenic and wipe clean for food and medical applications, flexible and durable.

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