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Swingline Commercial Desktop Hole Punch - 74020
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Swingline Commercial Desktop Hole Punch - 74020

Part #: SWI-74020
Brand: Swingline
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ProductDescription

Durable, all-metal construction for long-lasting performance. Quality punch heads for clean cutting 9/32" holes. Fully adjustable punch heads for flexible, multi-purpose punching. Punches up to 11 sheets of 20 lb. paper.

Product Details

  • Durable, all-metal construction for long-lasting performance
  • Quality punch heads for clean cutting 9/32" holes
  • Fully adjustable punch heads for flexible, multi-purpose punching
  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • Comes in putty and black
  • Punches up to 11 sheets of 20 lb. paper
  • Swingline Part Number: A7074020E
  • Primary UPC: 050505740208

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DemonstrationVideo

Transcript: Welcome to MyBinding video. This is a look at Swingline's Commercial desktop three-hole punch. Built for the home and small office, this commercial desktop punch is a great punch. It works hard and fast and is very durable. It's got a comfortable no-slip grip that can be used with one or two hands. It has a great punch capacity of up to 11 sheets of 20lb paper in a single punch. The rubber boot on the bottom keeps it from slipping around on the surface of the table as well as carries the chips until you dispose of them and has a built-in ruler. Of great note is the back side of the punch that ... Read More
Welcome to MyBinding video. This is a look at Swingline's Commercial desktop three-hole punch. Built for the home and small office, this commercial desktop punch is a great punch. It works hard and fast and is very durable. It's got a comfortable no-slip grip that can be used with one or two hands. It has a great punch capacity of up to 11 sheets of 20lb paper in a single punch. The rubber boot on the bottom keeps it from slipping around on the surface of the table as well as carries the chips until you dispose of them and has a built-in ruler. Of great note is the back side of the punch that has plenty of adjustments for all kinds of paper sizes as well as hole configurations. That's the Commercial desktop hole punch by Swingline. For more demos, reviews, and how-tos, check out MyBinding.com.
Transcript: This is How to Change the Punch Head on the Swingline Commercial Desktop Hole Punch!First off, if you are replacing the punch heads, you will need the piece with the product number of 74850.Now, to adjust for a two hole punch, unscrew the back screws with a screwdriver. and slide the punch heads to the section that says “2-hole”. Do this on both sides.So far there are still three holes, to fix this, unscrew the middle punch head and slide it to the “park” position. In this position it will not make a punch.To properly punch an 8.5 x 11” sheet you have to measure o... Read More

This is How to Change the Punch Head on the Swingline Commercial Desktop Hole Punch!

First off, if you are replacing the punch heads, you will need the piece with the product number of 74850.

Now, to adjust for a two hole punch, unscrew the back screws with a screwdriver. and slide the punch heads to the section that says “2-hole”. Do this on both sides.

So far there are still three holes, to fix this, unscrew the middle punch head and slide it to the “park” position. In this position it will not make a punch.

To properly punch an 8.5 x 11” sheet you have to measure out 4 and 1/4 inches from the center—which is half of 8.5. Line you paper up with this line and make your punch.

If you really want you can punch with more the 3 holes—though it does not properly set up for a 4 hole punch configuration. Or you can remove any punch and slide in a replacement.

You can also store an extra punch head in the “park” position if you don’t use the 2-hole punch configuration. Though it may be better to replace all the punch heads at once for a consistent quality of punch.

Questions & Answers
Q:
how do you go from 3 hole punch to 2 hole punch?
Asked by Rich 5 months ago
A:
You will need to remove a punch head to make it a 2 hole punch. Locate the screw on the back of the punch and use a screw driver to loosen the punch head. You will then be able to remove it.

Answered by MyBinding.com 5 months ago
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