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Rhin-O-Tuff Crimping Pliers
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Rhin-O-Tuff Crimping Pliers

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ProductDescription

When producing spiral documents, you want to start strong and finish strong. Rhin-O-Tuff provides the tool for any operator to finish the project strong and with perfection. The Rhin-O-Tuff crimping pliers are especially designed to professionally finish binding documents with spiral coil. The excess coil is cut off and bends in one smooth, single motion providing an elegant spiral bound book. The Rhin-O-Tuff HD4170 Electric Coil Inserter is constructed with a special holder for the pliers, for convenient placement. Compliment your Rhin-O-Tuff Inserter with the Crimping Pliers and increase the productivity today!

Product Details

  • Cuts and crimps various coil sizes
  • Perfect addition to the Onyx HD4170 Electric Coil Inserter
  • Red dot mark indicating the proper position before crimping
  • Capable to bend the end of the coil to prevent it from coming out of the book

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DemonstrationVideo

Transcript: Welcome to MyBinding video. There's nothing tough about these Rhino-O-Tuff Crimping Pliers. In fact, I'd say it's quite easy to use these on coil bindings. First we're going to take the project with the cover facing up. We'll also going to have the dot on the crimping pliers facing up. Next you want to grasp the coil on the end of the last hole punch. Squeeze the pliers and cut your coil. To make sure you cut the coil correctly, you want to flip the book so the cover is now facing up and the coil is toward you. The process is done the same as your first cut. Grasp the coil with the dot facing ... Read More
Welcome to MyBinding video. There's nothing tough about these Rhino-O-Tuff Crimping Pliers. In fact, I'd say it's quite easy to use these on coil bindings. First we're going to take the project with the cover facing up. We'll also going to have the dot on the crimping pliers facing up. Next you want to grasp the coil on the end of the last hole punch. Squeeze the pliers and cut your coil. To make sure you cut the coil correctly, you want to flip the book so the cover is now facing up and the coil is toward you. The process is done the same as your first cut. Grasp the coil with the dot facing up, and the tool will cut and crimp for you. When all is said and done, you have a perfectly coil bound book. For more demos, reviews and how-to's, go to MyBinding.com.
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