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20lb 4:1 Coil 43 Hole Pre-Punched Binding Paper - 500 Sheets
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20lb 4:1 Coil 43 Hole Pre-Punched Binding Paper - 500 Sheets

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20lb 4:1 Coil 43 Hole Pre-Punched Binding Paper - 500 Sheets

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Enhance productivity and reduce system wear by using this high-quality 20lb 4:1 Coil 43 Hole Pre-Punched Binding Paper. Our 20lb 4:1 Coil 43 Hole Pre-Punched Binding Paper is ideal for large jobs that need to be finished quickly. This binding paper is punched just a few sheets at a time in order to ensure that the sheets won't stick together and will freely run through your photocopier or printer.

Product Details

  • Paper Size: 8.5 x 8.5, 8.5 x 11 ,8.5 x 14, 11" x 17" and A4 Size
  • Punching Style: 4:1 Color Coil 43 Hole Punched
  • Hole Shape: Round
  • Compatibility: 4:1 Pitch Spiral Coil
  • Paper Weight: 20lb
  • Quantity: 500 Sheets

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Transcript: This is 43 Hole Coil Prepunched Paper!

One important thing to note, 43 hole coil has slightly larger margins than 44 hole—that’s the only real difference between the two.

With prepunched paper, you can insert your stack of pages directly into your printer, which completely eliminates the need to punch the pages yourself.

Your final result will look something like this.

Now if you are going the way of prepunched paper, this probably means you’ll need to look into custom prepunched covers, which we can also do for you.

When your project is put together, you can bind it compl...
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This is 43 Hole Coil Prepunched Paper!

One important thing to note, 43 hole coil has slightly larger margins than 44 hole—that’s the only real difference between the two.

With prepunched paper, you can insert your stack of pages directly into your printer, which completely eliminates the need to punch the pages yourself.

Your final result will look something like this.

Now if you are going the way of prepunched paper, this probably means you’ll need to look into custom prepunched covers, which we can also do for you.

When your project is put together, you can bind it completely by hand using spiral coil, or you can use an electric inserter to speed the process up.

If you are punching your pages yourself, it could take anywhere between 3-5 minutes.

Which means in an hour’s time you can punch and bind 12-20 books—or us prepunched paper and complete closer to 60 books in the same amount of time.

Basic machines are simple, yet affordable. But if it doesn’t have interchangeable die pins, then this means no custom sizes for you. With prepunched paper we can cut and punch your pages to any size you need. Let us do the work for you!
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