In order to give a professional business presentation, many businesses, both large and small, are choosing to consolidate their information into book form by using coil binding machines. An automatic coil binding machine, specifically, is the choice of many because of its ability to cut and crimp after the pages are bound into a book. The automatic coil binder begins by inserting the coil into the first punched hole and continues down the line, creating a strong spine and covering the book with either hard of soft cover.
Even with fast moving technology, print is still a widely used commodity when creating documents and certain books for businesses, schools, even homes. In 2015 print was used in 80% of book sales throughout the world. As a matter of fact, approximately 8.5 trillion pages are printed every year in North America. Print is now one of the largest industries in the world, even surpassing the automobile industry and the video game industry. The printed word is definitely alive and well!
In addition to using an automatic coil binder, there are other binding machines available for creating booklets, presentations, workbooks, and many other types of bound books. The automatic wire binder is one, where the pages are added onto a wire spine in the shape of a C, which is then closed by squeezing it with a wire closer. Binding pages with wire enables them to lay flat on any surface and to open a full 360 degrees when being used. Other names for binding equipment are spiral coil binding machines and electric coil binding machines. All types of binding equipment are available for use in sizes that will create smaller amounts for smaller businesses, homes, or schools, as well as large numbers of bound books for large businesses.
Coil binding machines can come with coil crimping pliers, a manual punch for lighter jobs with its own inserting table, a manual machine with an electric roller for medium jobs, or an electric punch for jobs that are heavy duty. Automatic coil binding is accomplished by carrying out three steps. The first is punch, the second is insert, the third is crimp.