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Standard Horizon BQ-P60 Table-Top Perfect Binder
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Standard Horizon BQ-P60 Table-Top Perfect Binder

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Standard Horizon BQ-P60 Table-Top Perfect Binder

Part #: BQ-P60
Brand: Standard
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ProductDescription

The BQ-P60 Document Binding System (perfect binding, spine taping, and padding). Able to produce perfect binds and spine taped books at a rate of up to 180 books an hour, the BQ-P60 is ideal for users that have divergent, low-volume binding demands. Adding the option of padding up to 480 1/4" note-pads an hour makes this compact unit a truly productive and unique option for many office and print environments. The BQ-P60 also contains an adhesive application adjustment, a power saving mode, a built in fume extractor, and uses a lower temperature adhesive.

Product Details

  • Easy operation: The display Indicator lamps on the operating panel guide you through the simple operating steps
  • High productivity: 180 books/hour
  • Professional binding quality: A cover is glued to the book spine and then clamped to create an attractive finished appearance
  • Flexible binding styles: Choose from three different binding styles -- Binding with cover, Binding with tape, or Pad binding
  • Comfortable operation: An integrated smoke extractor and filter system is a standard feature to clean the air and remove any glue odors from office environments
  • Eco-friendly: Low-temperature glue and, eco-mode, reduces power consumption

ItemSpecifications

  • Binding Style: Binding with cover sheet, Binding without tape, and Padding
  • Book Size (Top-Bottom x Fore-edge): Max. 315 x 210 mm (12.4" x 8.2"); Min. 210 x 148 mm (8.3" x 5.9")
  • Book Thickness: Max. 25 mm (0.9")
  • Cover Size (Top-Bottom x Fore-edge): Max. 315 x 445 mm (31.4" x 17.5"); Min. 210 x 297mm (8.3" x11.7")
  • Cover Weight Range: 82 to 210 gsm (22 to 60 lb)
  • Glue tank Temperature: 130 to 150

ProductReviews

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Reviewed on 2/24/2016

Small and Simple Review by Stewart

Easy enough to use and gets the job done for creating perfect bound books right in the office. The only downside is the smell from the glue. We put it in our workroom because of that. We also bought a guillotine trimmer so that we can flush trim the edges of our bound documents and that works well especially if the covers aren't the exact right size.

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DemonstrationVideo

Transcript: Table-top Binder BQ-P60. Three different binding styles are supported - Book size = max. 315 x 210 mm, min. 210 x 138 mm: Binding with cover; Binding with tape; Pad binding. Binding with cover. Binding with tape. Pad binding. Horizon.... Read More
Table-top Binder BQ-P60. Three different binding styles are supported - Book size = max. 315 x 210 mm, min. 210 x 138 mm: Binding with cover; Binding with tape; Pad binding. Binding with cover. Binding with tape. Pad binding. Horizon.
Questions & Answers
Q:
Does this work with hardcovers?
Asked by Molly D. 11 months ago
A:
This perfect binding machine does not have a setting or cycle for working with hard cover cases. However, you could potentially use the unit to tape bind your book block (similar to Fastback Binding) and use a hard cover case with pre-applied adhesive liners to adhere the end leaves into the book. You would use the tape binding mode on the BQ-P60 to bind the book block with end leaves bound into the front and back. Then you would use a Fastback hard cover case that comes with peel off adhesive on the inside of the front and back covers to adhere the book into the case. The Fastback hard cover guide is extremely helpful in keeping things straight during this process.

Answered by MyBinding.com 11 months ago
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