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Swingline 2 to 4 Hole Heavy Duty Hole Punch - 74450
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Swingline 2 to 4 Hole Heavy Duty Hole Punch - 74450

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Swingline 2 to 4 Hole Heavy Duty Hole Punch - 74450

Part #: SWI-74450
Brand: Swingline
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ProductDescription

Unparalleled durability: heavy duty, all-metal die-cast construction. Long-term workhorse performance. Patented pin technology for superior precision cutting of 9/32" holes. Powerful T-handle design for increased leverage and easier punching action Superb flexibility: accepts up to seven punches for diverse punching applications metric and inch positioning on face plate for easy punch location changes. Convenient high-capacity chip tray for easy emptying. Comes with four punch heads.

Product Details

  • T-shaped handle adds leverage and makes manual punching easier
  • 40 sheet paper punch capacity
  • Patented pin technology punches precise 9/32" holes in standard and A4 paper
  • Metric and inch marks on face plate for easy punch location changes
  • High-capacity chip tray included
  • Replacement punch head item number A7074854
  • Limited lifetime warranty

ItemSpecifications

  • UPC: 050505744503
  • Centers: Fully Adjustable
  • Detailed Color: Black
  • Material: Metal
  • Performance Guarantee: No
  • Period of Warranty: Limited Lifetime
  • Punch Hole Size: 9/32"
  • Punching Capacity: 40

ProductReviews

2 Review(s)
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Reviewed on 3/21/2016

Tihs punch is great! We purchased it several years ago and are still very happy with it. It will punch 40 pages easily.

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Reviewed on 3/21/2016

Excellent hole punch that punches multiple sheets without difficulty. Stands up to daily use. Paper guide to adjust for paper size is a bit prone to slip out of adjustment - otherwise would have given product 5 stars. Still would highly recommend.

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DemonstrationVideo

Transcript: Welcome to MyBinding video. This is the Two- to Four-Hole heavy duty hole punch by Swingline. Ready for tough jobs and a whole lot of them, this hole punch can do just about anything. Its solid, all-metal construction is built to last. An adjustable fence allows you to set your settings so all punches are consistent. The center handle is great for right- and left-handed and it can punch up to 40 sheets of 20lb paper per lift. Its flexibility is one of its greatest strengths. On the top of the handle is a chart that allows you to see how many sheets you can punch with how many dies. This Swingl... Read More

Welcome to MyBinding video. This is the Two- to Four-Hole heavy duty hole punch by Swingline. Ready for tough jobs and a whole lot of them, this hole punch can do just about anything. Its solid, all-metal construction is built to last. An adjustable fence allows you to set your settings so all punches are consistent. The center handle is great for right- and left-handed and it can punch up to 40 sheets of 20lb paper per lift. Its flexibility is one of its greatest strengths. On the top of the handle is a chart that allows you to see how many sheets you can punch with how many dies. This Swingline hole punch comes with four different dies and you can put them in various configurations. Simply unscrew, loosen, slide them around, and screw it back in. There's even a neutral position where you can store your extra die and it doesn't punch through the paper. Everything's in there nice and tight, and good and safe. There are plenty of binding and punching opportunities where you need custom punch configurations. All the chips gather in the tray below and are easily disposed. That is Swingline's 2-4 hole heavy duty hole punch. For more demos, reviews, and how-tos, check out MyBinding.com.

StaffReview

Swingline 74450 Hole Punch Review

Having a durable hole-punch can be very handy, especially when you work with a lot of paper. One the best heavy-duty ones you can get is the Swingline 74450. Here's what you need to know about it.

  • The 74450 has a punching capacity that's impressive, to say the least. This device is capable of punching as many as 40 sheets of 20 lb bond paper at a time, so it's perfect for large and medium-sized jobs.

  • This device has four semi-adjustable punching heads. This enables it to produce 2-, 3-, and 4-hole punching patterns. That way, you'll be able to prepare your documents for binders, file folders, and more and you won't need separate punches for each job. However, you'll want to note that this punch cannot produce hole patterns for various binding styles such as plastic comb, twin-loop wire, etc.

  • The 74450 can accommodate a number of different paper sizes, including A4 sheets. Its equipped with an adjustable paper guide so you can great results no matter how small or large your materials may be. This device also has metric and standard measurements for your convenience.

  • All of the holes this device punches will be clean and burr-free so it will be able to turn the pages of your document once its in a binder, etc. The holes are 9/32" which is the perfect sizes for almost all of today's binders, file folders, and so on.

  • The 74450 has a very large chip tray so you won't have to empty it constantly. Also, the chip tray is easy to remove and is designed in a way to ensure mess-free emptying.

  • This punch has a very different-looking handle that's T-shaped. This unique design makes it much easier for you to punch your sheets quickly. Also, the handle is perfect for use by both right- and left-handed people.

  • The 74450 is extremely durable and is made almost entirely out of metal so you can get years of use out of it. It's backed by a limited lifetime warranty so you're totally covered in case you experience any problems with it.

Overall, the Swingline 74450 is a superb heavy-duty hole punch and it would be great for offices, classrooms, mail rooms, copy shops, and anywhere that needs such a device. This product offers an incredible punching capacity so you'll be able to get your sheets quickly processed and then move on to more important things. It's great that this product comes with four different punching heads that that you'll be able to produce 2-, 3-, and 4-hole patterns. It makes this punch incredibly versatile. (A different punch is still necessary for binding with plastic combs, etc.) You'll appreciate this product's durable construction as well as its easy-to-grasp handle. The roomy chip tray is another great feature that helps make this product especially user-friendly. The limited lifetime warranty is also a great addition. Since there are so many things that make this hole punch stand out, be sure to take a look at the 74450 today.

Questions & Answers
Q:
Can I reposition/slide the punch heads to any position or do they move only to predetermined/predrilled positions?
Asked by Dannn 7 months ago
A:
There are predetermined positions where you can place the punch heads. However, there are so many variations where you can place the punch heads so it is as if you can punch anywhere on the page.

Answered by MyBinding.com 7 months ago
Q:
Can I adjust the back margin (the distance between the paper edge and the edge of the hole)?
Asked by Dannn 7 months ago
A:
Unfortunately, you cannot adjust the back margin for this punch. However, where you place the holes is adjustable as well as the number of holes.

Answered by MyBinding.com 7 months ago
Q:
Trying to use this as a three hole punch for regular paper. How do I move the fourth puncher far enough out of the way?
Asked by Jennifer13 7 months ago
A:
1. Remove the screw from the punch head that holds it to the chrome faceplate on the front of the punch
2. Make adjustments or change the punch heads by removing them from the back
3. Move punch heads back to the desired locations and replace each punch head locking screw. Make sure the screws are tight.

Answered by MyBinding.com 7 months ago
Q:
Just purchased Swingline #74450 punch. It was shipped locked in the down position. How do you unlock?
Asked by MarilynRae 7 months ago
A:
To remove, press down on the handle as if you were going to punch a document. This will cause the black piece to loosen so you can pull it out. Then, you can cease pushing down on the punch and it will be unlocked.

Answered by MyBinding.com 7 months ago
Q:
Would this accomodate legal size paper (8-1/2 x 14) with 4 holes at 3-1/2 inches center to center?
Asked by Sean 7 months ago
A:
For legal size paper, we recommend the Profile Desktop Punch.

Answered by MyBinding.com 7 months ago
Q:
Do you sell replacement chip trays for the swi74450?
Asked by DJPeterson 7 months ago
A:
Unfortunately, we do not sell replacement chip trays.

Answered by MyBinding.com 7 months ago
Q:
How can i change it to 2 hole punch??
Asked by efllanos 7 months ago
A:
1. Remove the screw from the punch head that holds it to the chrome faceplate on the front of the punch
2. Make adjustments or change the punch heads by removing them from the back
3. Move punch heads back to the desired locations and replace each punch head locking screw.

Answered by MyBinding.com 7 months ago
Q:
Can I reposition/slide the punch heads to any position or do they move only to predetermined/predrilled positions?
Asked by Dannn 7 months ago
A:
Thank you for reaching out to us. There are predetermined positions where you can place the punch heads. However, there are so many variations where you can place the punch heads so it is as if you can punch anywhere on the page.

Answered by MyBinding.com 7 months ago
Q:
Can I adjust the back margin (the distance between the paper edge and the edge of the hole)?
Asked by Dannn 7 months ago
A:
Thank you for reaching out to us. Unfortunately, you cannot adjust the back margin for this punch. However, where you place the holes is adjustable as well as the number of holes.

Answered by MyBinding.com 7 months ago
Q:
Trying to use this as a three hole punch for regular paper. How do I move the fourth puncher far enough out of the way?
Asked by Jennifer13 7 months ago
A:
1. Remove the screw from the punch head that holds it to the chrome faceplate on the front of the punch
2. Make adjustments or change the punch heads by removing them from the back
3. Move punch heads back to the desired locations and replace each punch head locking screw. Make sure the screws are tight.

Answered by MyBinding.com 7 months ago
Q:
Just purchased Swingline #74450 punch. It was shipped locked in the down position. How do you unlock?
Asked by MarilynRae 7 months ago
A:
To remove, press down on the handle as if you were going to punch a document. This will cause the black piece to loosen so you can pull it out. Then, you can cease pushing down on the punch and it will be unlocked.

Answered by MyBinding.com 7 months ago
Q:
Would this accomodate legal size paper (8-1/2 x 14) with 4 holes at 3-1/2 inches center to center?
Asked by Sean 7 months ago
A:
For legal size paper, we recommend the Profile Desktop Punch.

Answered by MyBinding.com 7 months ago
Q:
Do you sell replacement chip trays for the swi74450?
Asked by DJPeterson 7 months ago
A:
Unfortunately, we do not sell replacement chip trays.

Answered by MyBinding.com 7 months ago
Q:
how can i change it to 2 hole punch??
Asked by efllanos 7 months ago
A:
1. Remove the screw from the punch head that holds it to the chrome faceplate on the front of the punch
2. Make adjustments or change the punch heads by removing them from the back
3. Move punch heads back to the desired locations and replace each punch head locking screw. Make sure the screws are tight

Answered by MyBinding.com 7 months ago
Q:
I need a heavy duty hole punch with large holes, either 11/32 or 13/32. Can I get replacement punch heads for this hole punch that are larger than the standard 9/32? Thanks. Pat
Asked by Pat 10 months ago
A:
Unfortunately we are not able to order alternate sized punching dies for the Swingline 2 to 4 Hole Heavy Duty Hole Punch - 74450 . We do carry both 11/32 and 13/32 3 hole punches though. Such as the Master 5340B Heavy-Duty 3-Hole Punch by Martin Yale ( Link: http://www.mybinding.com/martin-yale-master-5340b-heavy-duty-3-hole-punch.html )

Answered by MyBinding.com 9 months ago
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