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Akiles iComb 19E Electric Comb Binding Machine
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Akiles iComb 19E Electric Comb Binding Machine

Part #: iCOMB-19E
Brand: Akiles
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ProductDescription

The Akiles iComb 19E Electric Plastic Comb Binding Machine is an electric comb binding machine with a built in manual comb opener, a great all in one binding solution. With just the push of a button up to 20 sheets of your document are punched and ready for their binding. You can easily bind from 3/16 inch up to 2 inches with the iComb 19E. The iComb 19E by Akiles is an ideal binding solution for offices with moderate binding usage.

Product Details

  • Electric Punching, Manual Binding: The iComb 19E includes a electric punch and a manual plastic comb opener.
  • Punching Length: 11-1/4 inch punching length with an open throat design for punching oversize documents.
  • High-Volume Punch Capacity: With this punching mechanism, you can punch up to 20 sheets of 20# paper per lift.
  • Hole Size Rectangluar 5/16" x 1/8"
  • Binding Capacity: The iComb 19E can handle all sizes of plastic combs up to 2" in diameter.
  • Extendable Table: extra support while documents are being punched.
  • Adjustable Side Guide: switch between letter and oversize punching for evenly spaced holes.
  • Large Waste Compartment: accessible from the side of the machine.
  • Weight: 26 Lbs
  • 2 Year Manufacturer Warranty

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DemonstrationVideo

Transcript: This is the Akiles iComb 19E Electric Comb Binding Machine. To start, plug in the machine to the wall and turn it on. Next adjust the side margin guide for the appropriate sized paper you are using. Choose from letter, oversized and A4. Place your pages against the edge when inserting them into the machine to be punched. You can flip the front tray for extra support of your pages when punching, although it works just fine without it With up to 20 pages inserted, push the button at the top to make your punches. Then place your binding comb with the teeth facing up into the top of the machine. P... Read More
This is the Akiles iComb 19E Electric Comb Binding Machine. To start, plug in the machine to the wall and turn it on. Next adjust the side margin guide for the appropriate sized paper you are using. Choose from letter, oversized and A4. Place your pages against the edge when inserting them into the machine to be punched. You can flip the front tray for extra support of your pages when punching, although it works just fine without it With up to 20 pages inserted, push the button at the top to make your punches. Then place your binding comb with the teeth facing up into the top of the machine. Partially open it with the handle on the side. First place your cover page in facing down, followed by your book pages, all facing down. Finish it off with your back cover. Then close the binding up and remove your finished book. The pages open nicely, great for reading and even photocopying. And don't forget to empty the waster tray from time to time. The tray on this machine may be a bit stiff in getting out.
Questions & Answers
Q:
Is this machine fairly durable?
Asked by megan j 8 months ago
A:
This machine is more durable than it appears and Akiles is really one of the best binding machine manufacturers in the USA today. The iComb is considerably more durable than similar units from Fellowes and Swingline/GBC. However, this machine is really designed for smaller to mid sized offices. If you are looking for a commercial grade machine you should really step up to the Megabind 1E, the GBC C800pro or the Akiles Combmac 24E.

Answered by MyBinding.com 8 months ago
Q:
What is this machine constructed with?
Asked by Kyle L. 8 months ago
A:
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Answered by MyBinding.com 8 months ago
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