- Heavy-duty construction for long and high volume use
- Electric operation panel display
- Additional drawer for accessories and fonts storage
- Ease of use operation
- Capable for full customization
- Dimension: 28.34" x 18.3" x 18.11" (L x W x H)
- Weight: 60 lbs
- UPC: 5903868805037
- Product Number: 4400170
Reviewed on 2/28/2016
Lets us add a foil stamp to our own binding covers. We had a custom die made but you can use fonts as well if needed.
Welcome to MyBinding video. This is the unboxing and set up of the GoldPress 4+ by Opus, GoldCover hot stamping machine. Inside the box is an owner's manual with instructions and printed right on the base of the machine is a handy chart for quick reference. Inside the cardboard is a metal plate. This is used for leveling your table for the heating element to press down evenly on your project. According to the thickness of your project, there are several plates that you can adjust, remove, and add. And leveling is done with these three dials below the base plate. The power switch turns the unit on and begins the heating process. You can adjust the temperature at any point and the digital screen will let you know exactly where the machine is. The rest of the parts are all mechanical and very sturdy. There are three fences that are adjustable to allow you to set a setting so that all projects are consistent in your run. Ample measuring tools allow you to see just how flexible this machine is, accommodating very small and very large sizes. There's a large storage drawer in the front that comes with a few other parts with your purchase. Included is an introductory typeface set as well as some tools you will need every time you build a new stencil. The possibilities seem endless with hard and soft covers, CD covers, various different materials, and you can even print right on the metal bind channels. Now you've seen the Opus GoldPress 4+. For more demos, reviews, and how-tos, check out MyBinding.com.