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Library Book Thermal Glue Strips - 50pk
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Library Book Thermal Glue Strips - 50pk

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Library Book Thermal Glue Strips - 50pk

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Brand: MyBinding
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Deal with numerous ripped or damage books? Hardcover and soft cover books take a lot of abuse which will result in falling apart. Put on your do-it-yourself attitude, repair the books yourself and same money at the same time. The Library Book Thermal Glue Strips provides a binding repair service without the use of additional supplies and tools. The glue strips ensures an easy book binding repair with a 1-2-3 application. Simply place the thermal glue strips directly inside the spine of the book, make sure it's shorter than the actual spine because the adhesive expands when it is heated. This will prevent any extra adhesive from spilling out of the book. Insert the bound book into the thermal binding machine, and let it run its course. We recommend folding a piece of paper into 1/3, place the book inside the paper and bind. Check out our blog for more information on how to repair with the Library Book Thermal Glue Strips .Don't let another imagination and hard work go wasted. Repair, cherish and enjoy your favorite book with the Library Book Thermal Glue Strips.

Product Details

  • Width: 1"
  • Length: 11"
  • Sheet Capacity: 1-100 sheets
  • Quantity: 50 per pack
  • Weight: 1.2 lbs

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Transcript: Welcome to MyBinding video. One of the largest costs that a library or book dealer deals with is the price of repairing or replacing ripped or damaged books. Typical costs are $6 to $8 per book, plus shipping and the book is out of circulation for quite some time. However, with ProBind tools, you can quickly, simply and cost-effectively repair your own books. Step-by-step, let’s watch just how simple that process is. First, you take one of the ProBind glue strips and cut it just a little bit shorter than the length of the book, about one-half inch on each side. Then you place that glue strip... Read More

Welcome to MyBinding video. One of the largest costs that a library or book dealer deals with is the price of repairing or replacing ripped or damaged books. Typical costs are $6 to $8 per book, plus shipping and the book is out of circulation for quite some time. However, with ProBind tools, you can quickly, simply and cost-effectively repair your own books. Step-by-step, let’s watch just how simple that process is. First, you take one of the ProBind glue strips and cut it just a little bit shorter than the length of the book, about one-half inch on each side. Then you place that glue strip directly into the spine of the book and close it up. When the adhesive warms up, it expands so to keep the glue from spilling out of the book and into the machine, cutting it a little bit short is wise. Additionally, you can take a regular piece of paper and fold it into thirds, making a little trough. Set that down inside the ProBind 2000 the book inside the paper and that will clean up any spills that might happen. With the book in place, slide the plate close and select hard cover. At the end of a short binding cycle, tap and press down on the book block, assuring that it’s all the way into that adhesive. Then slide the plate out, remove the book and place it into the hard cover crimper. Allow the handle to spring back and hold the book there in place. And after the book has cooled, remove it from the ProBind crimper and the repair is finished. So if book repair or the constant binding and rebinding is part of your life, institution or job, you know that ProBind is a great solution for you. Here at MyBinding, we’re committed to finding you a solution. For more demos, reviews and how-tos, check out MyBinding.com.

Transcript: Welcome to MyBinding video. This is everything you need to know about thermal binding. If you are looking for a binding that’s quick and simple to make, then thermal binding may be a good option for you. The one piece cover has a glue strip in it and all you have to do is place your pages in. Depending on the size of your books and the machine, you can bind multiple books at the same time. You can find different size hard covers to carry up to 500 sheets and soft covers up to 100. Your pages should closely fit the size of your binding, otherwise you might find yourself with awkward gaps. The... Read More

Welcome to MyBinding video. This is everything you need to know about thermal binding. If you are looking for a binding that’s quick and simple to make, then thermal binding may be a good option for you. The one piece cover has a glue strip in it and all you have to do is place your pages in. Depending on the size of your books and the machine, you can bind multiple books at the same time. You can find different size hard covers to carry up to 500 sheets and soft covers up to 100. Your pages should closely fit the size of your binding, otherwise you might find yourself with awkward gaps. There are different colors and customizations available for your thermal binding covers. Using a standalone glue strip works within the same binding machines. Cut it to length to repair worn book spines or make your own covers. As you can see, this is a permanent solution. There’s no easy way to edit your books once it’s complete. And that is thermal binding. For more demos, reviews and how-to’s, go to MyBinding.com.

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