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DFG TitanCoil Oval Electric & Manual Coil Binding Machine
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DFG TitanCoil Oval Electric & Manual Coil Binding Machine

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DFG TitanCoil Oval Electric & Manual Coil Binding Machine

Part #: DFGTITANCOILOVAL
Brand: DFG
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ProductDescription

Designed for mid to high volume coil binding for books, proposals, reports, and other documents, the all new DFG TitanCoil Oval is one of the industry's leading coil binding machines. Built with heavy-duty die-casted metal, the DFG Titan Coil Oval is reliable, user-friendly, functional, and perfectly capable of handling any job you have for it. For the highest quality binding possible, the DFG TitanCoil Oval uses virtually zero tolerance Double "D" oval holes (4 x 5mm), DFG's patent pending SERVOGROOVE roller binding system, fully dis-engageable pins, and a true 0.25" pitch design. If you are looking for the best oval hole coil binding machine possible, look no further than the DFG TitanCoil Oval from MyBinding.com today!

Product Details

  • Heavy Duty Manual Punch: Up to 20 sheets of 20 lb. paper for 4 x 5mm double "D" oval hole.
  • DFG Punching Tool: Hardened and heat-treated, virtually zero tolerance.
  • SERVOGROOVE Roller System: Significantly improved coil binding and foot-pedal operation.
  • Full Disengagement Pins: Ensures a completely clean and professional punch without partial punches on any size paper.
  • Side Margin Control: For quick and easy center hole punching.
  • Adjustable Punch Margin: To assist in controlling punch margin depth to maximize book's tear resistance.
  • Non-Skid Feet: For stability and solid gripping to work surface.
  • Lightweight Design: CAE (Computer Aided Engineering) to reduce machine weight.
  • Open Throat Design: To easily punch any size document.
  • Large Waste Drawer: For prolonged work flow.
  • Includes crimping pliers.

ItemSpecifications

  • Punching Style: Coil
  • Punch/Bind Method: Manual & Electric
  • Hole Pattern: True 4:1 pitch, Double "D" 4 x 5mm
  • Sheet Capacity: 20 Sheets (20 lbs.)
  • Binding Capacity: Electric binding up to 7/8", any size for manual
  • Punch Length: Any length with full disengageable pins and open throat
  • Power Supply: 110v; 60Hz
  • Color: Black & Grey
  • Dimensions: 20" x 15" x 10"
  • Weight: 26 lbs.
  • Warranty: 1 Year Limited Manufacturer
  • List Price: $949

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DemonstrationVideo

DFG TitanCoil Oval Coil Binding Machine

Transcript: This is the DFG TitanCoil Oval Electric & Manual Coil Binding Machine!

We’ll go through the steps of making a book, and show some of the features after.

First adjust the edge guide appropriately.

Always start with a test page. From there you can see any incomplete holes. So, find the correct disengageable pins and pull them out. Do another test, then fold the page in half. If the holes line up, you are ready. If not, continue to adjust the edge guide.

When punching, we always start with the front and back cover—they are thicker, so punching two at a time is safe. You can also p...
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This is the DFG TitanCoil Oval Electric & Manual Coil Binding Machine!

We’ll go through the steps of making a book, and show some of the features after.

First adjust the edge guide appropriately.

Always start with a test page. From there you can see any incomplete holes. So, find the correct disengageable pins and pull them out. Do another test, then fold the page in half. If the holes line up, you are ready. If not, continue to adjust the edge guide.

When punching, we always start with the front and back cover—they are thicker, so punching two at a time is safe. You can also punch up to 20 sheets at a time, which will take quite a bit of effort—though still doable. But remember that the fewer pages you punch at a time, the easier it is.

Next, assemble your pages and put them into the rounded channel on the back.

This way your pages are formed nicely to insert your plastic coil into about 4-5 holes.

Press on the foot pedal to control the inserter. It will spin the roller, which you then place your coil against. It will spin through all the holes—much quicker than doing it by hand.

Then, take the provided coil cutting crimpers. Orient your project as seen here and cut off the extra coil on the right side. Make sure the dot on the crimpers is facing up. Flip the book around and trim the other side.

The machine has an open throat design, which means you can punch longer pages a well. And you can punch virtually any small size, too.

This pulls in and out to control the depth of margin. You’ll there are three depths to choose depending on the thickness of book.

And from time to time, make sure to empty out the waste tray in the trash or recycle!

StaffReview

DFG TitanCoil Binding Machine Product Review

Overview:

    Binding with coils can make your documents look great and it's not hard to do with the right machine. One machine that can really help you out is the DFG TitanCoil. Check out its strengths and weaknesses to determine if this is the device that's right for you.

Features/ Strengths:

  • The TitanCoil punch up to 20 sheets at a time which is great for a coil binding machine. Since the device has an open throat and disengageable dies, you can work with paper of varying sizes including half-letter, and legal- and letter-sized sheets.
  • It will be easy to get the holes properly centered because this device has a side margin control. Also, you'll be able to control where the holes are punched thanks to this machine's adjustable punch margin. Adjusting the punch margin setting can help you create documents that are more strongly bound.
  • This machine has a built-in coil inserter that works with documents that are up to 7/8" thick. The inserter is controlled by a foot pedal so you can keep your hands free during the binding process.
  • Although the TitanCoil doesn't have a built-in coil crimper, it does come with a free pair of crimping pliers. These pliers are really important because they'll help you trim and crimp the ends of your coils so your documents will be securely bound.
  • The TitanCoil really isn't that big so you should be able to find a place for it without any problems. It measures 20" (width) x 15" (depth) x 10" (height), so it's able to fit on a variety of work surfaces. There are non-skid feet on the bottom of the device so it will stay put when you're punching and binding your documents.
  • Finally, this machine comes with a 1-year warranty for your peace of mind.

Limitations/Weaknesses:

  • If your documents are thicker than 7/8", you'll need to insert the coils manually. This shouldn't be a problem if you're only binding a couple of books but it might be inconvenient when you have a lot of documents to crank out.
  • The TitanCoil isn't as sleek and modern-looking as some of the other coil binding machines available. You might want to keep that in mind if you don't want to have an industrial-looking machine in your office.

Recommendation:

    Overall, the DFG TitanCoil is a great coil binding machine and it would be a good fit for almost all offices, school, print shops, and so on. The punching capacity is terrific for this type of device, you can adjust the placement of the holes, and even work with different sizes of paper. The built-in coil inserter is convenient and because it's controlled by a foot pedal, you'll have a lot of control over the process. You should keep in mind that you'll need to insert coils manually if your documents are more than 7/8" thick, which might be problematic if you need to bind a lot of books. Nonetheless, the TitanCoil is a great machine. Consider getting it today.
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