Carl Extra Heavy Duty 100 Sheet 2-Hole Punch - XHC-2100N
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Carl Extra Heavy Duty 100 Sheet 2-Hole Punch - XHC-2100N (CUI62100)

Part #: CUI62100
Brand: Carl
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  • Open punching width for any size project
  • 2 Hole Punching Pattern
  • 100 Sheet Punching Capacity
  • Solid metal construction
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If you're trying to hole punch bigger documents but don't have the time to sit around and punch them a couple pages at a time, you should check out the Carl extra heavy duty hole punch. With the ability to 2-hole punch up to 100 sheets at a time, you can be done with your project exponentially faster than if you used a standard hole punch. This punch comes with a strong handle grip, built in paper guide and a transparent receptacle tray. Try one out today and get punching!

Product Details

  • Standard 1/4" Hole Diameter.
  • Strong handle grip allows easy punching.
  • Hardened precision-ground all-steel punch heads.
  • Built-in paper guide.
  • Transparent receptacle tray.
  • Extra Heavy Duty Two Hole Punch is made from recycled materials to help lessen impact on landfills.
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty (excluding punch heads and disks)

Item Specifications

  • Color: Gray
  • Paper Punch Capacity: 100 Sheets
  • Number of Punch Holes: 2
  • Hole Diamter: 1/4 inch
  • Operating Method: Manual
  • Quantity : 1
  • Model Number: XHC-2100N
  • Product Number: CUI62100

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Transcript: Welcome to MyBinding video. This is the Carl Extra Heavy Duty 100 Sheet 2-Hole Punch. Punching is simple. First open the self-centering gauges so your pages will fit into the machine. Place your pages evenly against the back and bring the gauges in. You can try to make the punches with one hand but you'll probably need 2. Overall, for the amount of pages you punch at one time, this process is simple and done with little strain. The punch blades are easy to replace. Twist the knobs to free and pull it out. The pins are lose and easy to swap out. When you're done, place it back in and lock it in ... Read More

Welcome to MyBinding video. This is the Carl Extra Heavy Duty 100 Sheet 2-Hole Punch. Punching is simple. First open the self-centering gauges so your pages will fit into the machine. Place your pages evenly against the back and bring the gauges in. You can try to make the punches with one hand but you'll probably need 2. Overall, for the amount of pages you punch at one time, this process is simple and done with little strain. The punch blades are easy to replace. Twist the knobs to free and pull it out. The pins are lose and easy to swap out. When you're done, place it back in and lock it into place. It is also recommended to rotate the punch pads every once in a while for best results. To replace the punch pads, push them out to the side. Push the new one down and back into place. The waste paper tray in the center is easy to remove as well. Be sure to snap it into place when you put it back on. And that is the Extra Heavy Duty 100 Sheet 2-Hole Punch by Carl. For more demos, reviews and how-to's, go to MyBinding.com.

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Questions & Answers

Thank you for your question. The Carl Extra Heavy Duty 100 Sheet 2-Hole Punch would not be able to be set up as a single hole punch. You can find our selection of single hole punches here .

Answered by MyBinding
3 years and 5 months ago ago
Thank you for your question. There should not be any issues punching a 100# stock with the Carl Extra Heavy Duty 100 Sheet 2-Hole Punch. You would just need to test how many you can punch at a time without cause undue stress to the Punch.

Answered by MyBinding
4 years and 8 months ago ago
Thank you for you question. The spacing between the holes would be 2-3/4" to be exact. Now for the margins, from the top of the sheet to the top of the hole it would be 5/16", to the center of the hole it would be 7/16" and to the bottom of the hole 9/16".

Answered by MyBinding
4 years and 11 months ago ago
In speaking with the manufacturer, they recommend to punch at lest 3 sheets of paper at a time for best long term maintenance.

Answered by MyBinding.com
5 years and 7 months ago ago

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