0
Promotions & Deals
Contract Holder Contract # GS-03F-053AA
Need Help 1-800-944-4573 1-800-944-4573
Tamerica Opticombo-341 3:1 Wire and 4:1 Coil Punch Binding Machine
$699.00NewConditionInStock

Tamerica Opticombo-341 3:1 Wire and 4:1 Coil Punch Binding Machine

Tamerica Opticombo-341 3:1 Wire and 4:1 Coil Punch Binding Machine Image 1

Tamerica Opticombo-341 3:1 Wire and 4:1 Coil Punch Binding Machine

Part #: Opticombo-341
Brand: Tamerica
1 Questions, 1 Answers

Was: $1,049.00

Your Price: $699.00

You Save: 33%

Brand New Price Match Guarantee In Stock Free Shipping

ProductDescription

The Opticombo-341 3:1 Wire and 4:1 Coil Punch Binding Machine Machine by Tamerica will help you stay on top of all your plastic coil and wire binding tasks. The Opticombo-341 offers manual paper punching up to 20 sheets (20#) and a binding capacity of up to 2". Both 3:1 wire and 4:1 coil binding in the Opticombo-341, makes your life easier and reduces fatigue. Discover how the Tamerica Opticombo-341 3:1 Wire and 4:1 Coil Punch Binding Machine can help improve productivity and your bottom line, today. It has a 1 year manufacturer warranty.

Product Details

  • Punch Type: Coil (Oval) and 3:1 Wire
  • Punch Method: Manual
  • Max. Punching Capacity: 20 sheets
  • Max. Binding Capacity: 120 for wire / 220 for coil
  • Max. Diameter: 2"
  • Max. Punching Length: 16.5" w/Open Throat
  • Paper Load: Horizontal
  • Usage: Moderate
  • Interchangeable Dies: No
  • Disengageable Dies: Yes
  • Punch Depth Control: Adjustable
  • Edge Guide: Yes
  • Foot Pedal: No
  • Comb Binder: No
  • Coil Binder/Bind Channel: Electric Coil Inserter
  • Wire Clamp/Hanger: Yes
  • Wire Closer: Yes

ProductReviews

There are No Reviews on this Product Yet

Be the first to review this product

  • 1 star
    1 star
    1 star
    1 star
    1 star

DemonstrationVideo

Transcript: This is the Tamerica Opticombo-341! A 3:1 wire bind and 4:1 Coil Binding Machine!

On the front of the machine is a wire binding punch and bind, and you can alternatively bind coil in the back of the machine. I’ll go over both sections.

Each side has a depth of margin control, adjusting for smaller or larger bindings.

Adjust the edge guide on the left, then take a scratch paper and find where you need to disable any of the punch pins. Pull them out and do a test punch.

If you fold your page together and your holes align, then you are ready. Otherwise make some further adjustments ...
Read More

This is the Tamerica Opticombo-341! A 3:1 wire bind and 4:1 Coil Binding Machine!

On the front of the machine is a wire binding punch and bind, and you can alternatively bind coil in the back of the machine. I’ll go over both sections.

Each side has a depth of margin control, adjusting for smaller or larger bindings.

Adjust the edge guide on the left, then take a scratch paper and find where you need to disable any of the punch pins. Pull them out and do a test punch.

If you fold your page together and your holes align, then you are ready. Otherwise make some further adjustments until it’s ready.

It is the same process for the coil punch in the back.

For binding wire, first select the correct size wire and hang it in the front of the machine.

Bring the front and back cover face to face and punch them. Immediately insert them into the wire with the back cover on the bottom. Now go through your pages, punching up to 20 sheets at a time, then place them into the wire face down.

On the right, adjust the clamp for the size wire you are using.

Pull the project off and insert the wire into the clamp. Pull the appropriate lever all the way down. Now flip the back cover around and your project is complete.

For coil, make all your punches, but properly combine them all together. Then spin your coil into about 4 holes by hand.

You can use the red button, or the foot pedal to control the roller, but now place the coil against the roller and the coil will spin through your project.

With the provided coil crimpers, cut off the extra coil. Make sure the red dot is facing toward you when you make this cut.

Now you have a coil bound project, and a wire bound project.

Questions & Answers
Q:
what is the microadjuster on the coil/wire binder opticomb 341
Asked by brooke pike 8 months ago
A:
Great question! The Microadjuster is the nob on the left hand side of the from of the machine that lets you fine tune the wire closer to be sure it is applying pressure evenly across the spine as you close it.

Answered by MyBinding.com 8 months ago
* Nickname:

* Your Answer:


Sign Up for Newsletter

Submit a New Question

Submit