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Tamerica Optimus-46 4:1 Pitch Coil Binding Machine
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Tamerica Optimus-46 4:1 Pitch Coil Binding Machine

Tamerica Optimus-46 4:1 Pitch Coil Binding Machine

Tamerica Optimus-46 4:1 Pitch Coil Binding Machine

Part #: Optimus-46
Brand: Tamerica
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ProductDescription

The Optimus-46 4:1 Pitch Coil Binding Machine by Tamerica will help you stay on top of all your plastic coil binding tasks. The Optimus-46 offers manual paper punching up to 15 sheets (20#) and a binding capacity of up to 2". With 46 disengageable pins. Both punching and binding in the Optimus-46i, makes your life easier and reduces fatigue. Discover how the Tamerica Optimus-46 4:1 Pitch Coil Binding Machine can help improve productivity and your bottom line, today. It has a 1 year manufacturer warranty.

Product Details

  • Coil Binder: 4:1 Pitch
  • Operation: Manual Punch
  • Maximum Punching Capacity: 15 Sheets of 20lb paper
  • Maximum Binding Capacity: Up to 2"
  • Maximum Sheet Size: A4
  • Adjustable Depth Margin: 2.5mm; 4.5mm; 6.5mm
  • Maximum Punching Length: 12" / 46 Dies - Open Throat
  • Die: Fully Disengageable Pins (46 Dies)
  • Accessories Included: Coil Crimper
  • Warranty: 1 Year

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DemonstrationVideo

Tamerica Optimus-46 4:1 Pitch Coil Binding Machine

Transcript: This is the Tamerica Optimus-46 4:1 Pitch Coil Binding Machine!

To start, first set the edge guide for your paper size. You can use common sized paper, or any other custom length.

Then do a test page to see if your page is aligned. At this point you’ll see that my punch was actually crooked, though I thought it was straight inserting it in. This is something to be careful of. With a redo we can see that some adjustments of the edge guide are needed.

When ready, first punch your front and back covers. Set them aside and continue to punch the rest of your sheets, up to 15 sheets at a ...
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This is the Tamerica Optimus-46 4:1 Pitch Coil Binding Machine!

To start, first set the edge guide for your paper size. You can use common sized paper, or any other custom length.

Then do a test page to see if your page is aligned. At this point you’ll see that my punch was actually crooked, though I thought it was straight inserting it in. This is something to be careful of. With a redo we can see that some adjustments of the edge guide are needed.

When ready, first punch your front and back covers. Set them aside and continue to punch the rest of your sheets, up to 15 sheets at a time.

On the machine is a guide for what size binding you will need for the amount of pages in your project.

Now many machines have an electric coil inserter at the top to speed up inserting the coil into your project—this one does not. So when we put our pages together with our covers, it’s now time to thread the coil through completely by hand. It’s not difficult, but if you are making a lot of books in a row, this will be very time consuming.

With the coil all the way through, turn the project so the coil is nearest to you. Take your coil cutting crimpers with the dot facing up and cut off the end of the coil. Then flip the book around and cut the other end.

Before every project, empty the waste tray in the back, then slide it back in place.

There is also a depth of margin control on the side. You can pull the tab in and out to set the hole
Questions & Answers
Q:
Do you carry supplies for this machine?
Asked by Scott P. 10 months ago
A:
Yeah we have tons of coil options. Just visit the coil binding supplies category and select your color and size. Any of the 4:1 pitch coils will work with the Optimus 46

Answered by Mybinding.com 10 months ago
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