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Akiles Roll @ Coil Heavy Duty Electric Coil Inserter
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Akiles Roll @ Coil Heavy Duty Electric Coil Inserter

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Akiles Roll @ Coil Heavy Duty Electric Coil Inserter

Part #: Roll@coil
Brand: Akiles
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ProductDescription

The Akiles Roll-@-Coil is specifically made for a professional environment where productivity is key. A must-have for businesses that require quality and efficiency in one, this machine will suit binding centers and print shops with high volume workloads perfectly. Use the Akiles Roll-@-Coil Coil Electric Spiral Coil Inserter to make coil inserting easy, extra fast, and affordable. It features dual moving rollers, adjustments for different coil diameters, an alignment channel, and a foot pedal control. The heavy-duty construction and the conveniently compact design make the Akiles Roll-@-Coil an excellent choice for professional binding centers and print shops. Check out the product details listed below!

Product Details

  • Diameter Scale: Helps to verify the coil diameter.
  • Diameter Selector: To best select the correct coil diameter size to the corresponding thickness of the document.
  • Alignment Channel: Aides in conforming the spine of larger documents to the coil shape, for a faster and easier insertion.
  • Electric Roller Inserter (Foot pedal operated): Allows the free use of both hands and grants the operator complete rotating control of the roller. Drastically reduces time and costs by making the inserting surprisingly fast and easy.
  • Pitch Identifier: Verifies that the coil pitch matches that of the punched document.
  • Crimping pliers: Not Included
  • Warranty: 1 Year Manufacturer Warranty

ProductReviews

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Reviewed on 2/28/2016

The inserters from GBC and Rhin-O-Tuff seemed really expensive. We found this one and really like it. It gets the job done at less than a third of the price of other units we were looking at.

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DemonstrationVideo

Transcript: Welcome to MyBinding video. Let's have a look at the Roll-a-Coil, a heavy duty electric coil inserter by Akiles. The Roll-a-Coil is definitely a fast way to get all those coils in all those books. Let's watch it in action.Once your projects are punched and ready to go, take one of them and slide it over the knobs in the front to make sure you get the right sized pitch. Here, for instance, we're using 4:1. Now that you know you have the right pitch, now choose the right diameters. Slide your book into the slot and where it stops, that's the size that you need. Now you're ready for the Roll-a-Co... Read More

Welcome to MyBinding video. Let's have a look at the Roll-a-Coil, a heavy duty electric coil inserter by Akiles. The Roll-a-Coil is definitely a fast way to get all those coils in all those books. Let's watch it in action.

Once your projects are punched and ready to go, take one of them and slide it over the knobs in the front to make sure you get the right sized pitch. Here, for instance, we're using 4:1. Now that you know you have the right pitch, now choose the right diameters. Slide your book into the slot and where it stops, that's the size that you need. Now you're ready for the Roll-a-Coil to do its action. Start each book by threading in the coil on the end. Depress the pedal, which you can do by hand or by foot so you can use both hands for the book, and you're all set. Finish off your project by crimping both ends. And we have a How To video for that as well. That's it. That's the Akiles Roll-a-Coil. For more demos, reviews, and how to's on this product and many more, check out MyBinding.com.

StaffReview

Akiles Roll-A-Coil Electric Spiral Coil Inserter Review

Seeking to offer the marketplace a lot of features for a low price, the Akiles Roll @ Coil is uniquely positioned in the world of electric coil inserters. Here is a short report in which we take a look at the Roll @ Coil's strengths and weaknesses.

Strengths:

  1. If you have been shopping around for a coil inserting machine, you have likely found that there are a wide variety of options at a wide variety of prices. If your organization is on a budget, and you have already made a purchase of a machine such as a modular binding punch, you may well be looking to save some money on your coil inserting system. That's where we think that the Roll @ Coil really shines, coming in at a cost of a little less than two hundred fifty dollars. As we will discuss further, the Roll @ Coil may not have all the features that some of the other inserters do, but its price makes it fit within even the tightest budget. It pairs nicely with coil binding machines to make a great little production line.
  2. This is one case in which low price does not equate to low quality. In our opinion, the Roll @ Coil is a very ruggedly built piece of equipment. The case is heavy duty, the components appear to be high quality, and we see no reason why this machine wouldn't stand up to years of use. In fact this machine is commonly found in professional binderies and in-plant print production facilities.
  3. The Roll @ Coil also has a few nice features that you don't normally find on a lot of coil binding machines. For instance, there is an alignment channel that helps the user form the spine of the document when inserting coils of a larger diameter. There is also a pitch identifying device, and a sizing guide that can help you find the correct size coil for your book.

Weaknesses:

  1. One slight limitation that we found with the Roll @ Coil is that its two rollers are fixed. Most of the pricier coil binding systems on the market let you adjust distances between rollers, which is handy for spines of a larger diameter. To be fair even the most expensive coil inserters on the market have some degree of difficulty with larger diameters, but it should be said that the Roll @ Coil is probably best suited for diameters up to around twenty two millimeters. Anything above that, and the degree if difficulty becomes fairly high.
  2. It also must be pointed out that the Roll @ Coil's rollers are smallish compared so some of the other machines on the market. This is part of what makes this machine not the best choice for larger diameter wire, but is not an issue at all for smaller sizes.
  3. The only chink in the Roll @ Coil's rugged armor is the plastic/rubber belt that drives the rollers. It is of high enough quality, but will probably wear out over time. It is an inexpensive and easy to replace part, however. Have an extra on hand just in case, because the machine won't run without it.

If you are interested in more information about the Akiles Roll @ Coil Heavy Duty Electric Coil Inserter you should really check out MyBinding.com. They offer a great price on this machine and they even offer Free Shipping on all orders over $75. Plus, they carry one of the largest selections of Coil Binding Supplies and binding covers available on the internet. Check them out today!

Questions & Answers
Q:
Can this do the 38 mil?
Asked by Daisy H. 11 months ago
A:
Although technically not rated to do 38mil you can use the Roll@Coil with 38mil coils. However, the trick to making it work is going to be getting the right curve on the spine of your book to allow the coils to pass through the holes. I would definitely recommend using an oval hole pattern with the larger diameter coils and you might also consider a Slantis Binding Sleeve to hold and shape the document during inserting.

Answered by MyBinding.com 10 months ago
Q:
This machine seems great. But how many pages does it punch?
Asked by erica d. 11 months ago
A:
This unit is actually just a coil inserter and doesn't punch sheets of paper. The button on the top of the unit is used to start the rollers spinning and you then use the rollers to help spin coil onto the edge of your book.

Answered by MyBinding.com 11 months ago
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