Black 2:1 Pitch Twin Loop Wire
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Black 7/16" 2:1 Pitch Twin Loop Wire - 100pk (W716BK21)

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  • Gleaming black twin loop wire.
  • This wire is 2:1 pitch, 2 holes per inch, 21 holes and 11" long.
  • Hold from 20 to 310 sheets of 20# paper with wire diameters ranging from 1/4" to 1-1/2".
  • Twin loop wire can be used with a 2:1 wire binding machine or any wire closer.
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Product Description

These high quality Black 2:1 Pitch Twin Loop Wires are some of the best wire binding spines on the market today. Also called Wire-O, WireBind, and Double Loop Wire, these black 2:1 pitch elements let pages lie flat with 360 Degrees rotation for convenient note-taking and photocopying as well as provide a permanent bind to your documents--meaning your pages stay secure and protected. Not only that, but these black 2:1 pitch wire spines look a tad more refined than a plastic comb or spiral coil. These black 2:1 pitch twin loop wires come open in a "C" shape, allowing you to insert the spines into your punched pages and then simply use your wire binding machine or wire closer to finish your books.

Product Details

  • Color: Black
  • Pitch: 2:1 (21 loops)
  • Size:3/16" - 1-1/2"
  • Capacity:Approx. 5 - 300 Sheets (20lb bond)
  • Quantity:50, 80, or 100 Per Bpx

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Demonstration Video

Transcript: Welcome to MyBinding video. This is everything you need to know about Twin Loop Wire. First there are sizes ranging from 1/4 of an inch to 1 1/2". There are many sizes of wire, which can hold up to 300 pages. And a great benefit to twin loop wire is that pages lay flat. Better yet, it folds nicely back to back. There are 2 standard pitch sizes: 2:1 and 3:1. 2:1 is better for larger size books while 3:1 is better for smaller ones and there are custom pitches for when you find yourself with a different punch. The standard length of wire is 11 inches and again there are custom lengths for when yo ... Read More
Welcome to MyBinding video. This is everything you need to know about Twin Loop Wire. First there are sizes ranging from 1/4 of an inch to 1 1/2". There are many sizes of wire, which can hold up to 300 pages. And a great benefit to twin loop wire is that pages lay flat. Better yet, it folds nicely back to back. There are 2 standard pitch sizes: 2:1 and 3:1. 2:1 is better for larger size books while 3:1 is better for smaller ones and there are custom pitches for when you find yourself with a different punch. The standard length of wire is 11 inches and again there are custom lengths for when you need it. And like most bindings, there are several different colors to choose from. It is important that your wire works with your punch and wire binding machine. First check what type of wire your machine uses before purchasing and that is twin loop wire. For more demos, reviews and how-to's, go to MyBinding.com.

Sizing Guide

SizePitchApproximate Capacity (20# Paper)
1/4"2:1 Pitch (21 Loops)5-45 Sheets
5/16"2:1 Pitch (21 Loops)45-60 Sheets
3/8"2:1 Pitch (21 Loops)60-75 Sheets
7/16"2:1 Pitch (21 Loops)75-90 Sheets
1/2"2:1 Pitch (21 Loops)90-105 Sheets
9/16"2:1 Pitch (21 Loops)105-120 Sheets
5/8"2:1 Pitch (21 Loops)120-135 Sheets
3/4"2:1 Pitch (21 Loops)135-160 Sheets
7/8"2:1 Pitch (21 Loops)160-190 Sheets
1"2:1 Pitch (21 Loops)190-220 Sheets
1 1/8"2:1 Pitch (21 Loops)220-240 Sheets
1 1/4"2:1 Pitch (21 Loops)240-280 Sheets
1 1/2"2:1 Pitch (21 Loops)280-310 Sheets

Questions & Answers

Thank you for your question. Unfortunately the Black 2:1 Pitch Twin Loop Wire are only available in the sizes listed, we do not have partial packs of supplies available..

Answered by MyBinding
1 years and 1 months ago ago
Thank you for your question. The sizing guide table is based off of 20 # stock for other weights of paper that you would want to base the size of the spine on the physical thickness of the completed document. A good rule of thumb would be to add 1/8" to the size of your completed document to determine the size of the spine that you would want to use.

Answered by MyBinding
1 years and 10 months ago ago
You are probably going to want to choose 5/8" wire if you are using 20lb bond paper. However the best way to know for sure is measure the thickness of your book including covers and add between 1/8" to 1/4" to the measurement. This will allow your pages to turn freely and will ensure an awesome fit no matter what thickness of paper you are using.

Answered by MyBinding.com
3 years and 9 months ago ago

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