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Tamerica Omegawire-321 Wire 3:1 and 2:1 Binding Machine
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Tamerica Omegawire-321 Wire 3:1 and 2:1 Binding Machine

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Tamerica Omegawire-321 Wire 3:1 and 2:1 Binding Machine

Part #: Omegawire-321
Brand: Tamerica
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ProductDescription

The Omegawire-321 Wire 3:1 and 2:1 Binding Machine by Tamerica will help you stay on top of all your wire binding tasks. The Omegawire-321 offers manual paper punching up to 20 sheets (20#) and a binding capacity of up to 1-1/4". Both 3:1 wire and 2:1 wire binding in the Omegawire-321, makes your life easier and reduces fatigue. Discover how the Tamerica Omegawire-321 Wire 3:1 and 2:1 Binding Machine can help improve productivity and your bottom line, today. It has a 1 year manufacturer warranty.

Product Details

  • Punch Type: Wire (3:1 and 2:1)
  • Punch Method: Manual
  • Max. Punching Capacity: 20 for 2:1 wire / 15 for 3:1 wire
  • Max. Binding Capacity: 120 for 3:1 wire / 250 for 2:1 wire
  • Max. Diameter: 1-1/4"
  • Max. Punching Length: 11" w/ Open Throat
  • Paper Load: Horizontal / Vertical
  • Usage: Moderate
  • Interchangeable Dies: No
  • Disengageable Dies: Yes
  • Punch Depth Control: Adjustable
  • Edge Guide: Yes
  • Wire Clamp/Hanger: Yes
  • Wire Closer: Yes

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DemonstrationVideo

Transcript: This is the Tamerica Omegawire-321, a 2:1 and 3:1 Pitch Wire Binding Machine!

First off, the main reason why a combination wire binding machine is nice is optimize the full range of wire sizes, and it gives you some more visual options.

Before starting to use the machine, first adjust the edge guide for your sized paper. You may need to do some trial and error to find the right spot.

Next bring a page up and find where any of the holes intersect with the edge. Pull any of the pins out that you don’t want punched. At the top it also helps you know which pins to pull out. Make your pu...
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This is the Tamerica Omegawire-321, a 2:1 and 3:1 Pitch Wire Binding Machine!

First off, the main reason why a combination wire binding machine is nice is optimize the full range of wire sizes, and it gives you some more visual options.

Before starting to use the machine, first adjust the edge guide for your sized paper. You may need to do some trial and error to find the right spot.

Next bring a page up and find where any of the holes intersect with the edge. Pull any of the pins out that you don’t want punched. At the top it also helps you know which pins to pull out. Make your punch, and then fold the paper in half. If the holes don’t align, make some adjustments and do another test page.

This is two in one machine, which means at the top you can make all the same adjustments for a 2:1 pitch pattern.

The lever brings both sides down at the same time.

On the left are margin control tabs for larger and smaller binding sizes—there is one for each side.

Next, on the front is a guide to what size wire you will need for your project size. When you decide, take your wire and hang it in the front.

Now for creating a book. First punch your covers—flip the front and back covers face to face and punch them. Then thread them into the wire, with your back cover on the bottom.

Then take your first stack of up to 20 sheets and punch those. Thread them in facing the bottom. If you have more sheets, continue to punch and thread them in.

Next, adjust the wheel on the right to the size wire you are using. Insert the wire of your project flat into the clamp, and pull the bottom lever to close it together. Now flip your back cover over to hold and hide the less sightly part of the wire. And you are done.

If you wire didn’t close evenly, use the micro adjuster on the right to clamp both sides equally. You’ll see how it skews the metal plate.

It also has an open throat design for larger projects.

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