Fastbind Hard Cover Toolkit for Secura, Elite and Optima Perfect Binders
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Fastbind Hard Cover Toolkit for Secura, Elite and Optima Perfect Binders (HDTKSTD)

Part #: HDTKSTD
Brand: Fastbind
  • Consist of a hardcover nipping bar and a special paper guide.
  • For use with Fastbind Secura, Elite and Optima Perfect Binders.
  • Speed up your work.
  • Easy placement for correct offset.
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This Fastbind Hard Cover Toolkit is consist of a hardcover nipping bar and a special paper guide. This toolkit makes it possible for you to bind hard cover books with your Fastbind Secura, Elite and Optima Perfect Binders.

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  • Consist of a hardcover nipping bar and a special paper guide.
  • For use with Fastbind Secura, Elite and Optima Perfect Binders.
  • Speed up your work.
  • Easy placement for correct offset.
  • Nipping tools for hard and soft covers.

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Fastbind Hard Cover Bar

Transcript: When creating a hardcover book with your Fastbind Perfect Binder you will need the hardcover nipping bar and a paper guide.

The bar is labeled with an "H" so you know it is for hardcovers. You will also have to screw in the paper guide where you would otherwise use the softcover guide.

When making a book, insert the cover against the guide. Then lift the guide, and slide the cover under, so it is then rests slightly on the cover. Doing this provides just enough space to keep your pages inside the cover, and not on the edge.

When reinserting the spine of your book to crimp, the hardcov ...
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When creating a hardcover book with your Fastbind Perfect Binder you will need the hardcover nipping bar and a paper guide.

The bar is labeled with an "H" so you know it is for hardcovers. You will also have to screw in the paper guide where you would otherwise use the softcover guide.

When making a book, insert the cover against the guide. Then lift the guide, and slide the cover under, so it is then rests slightly on the cover. Doing this provides just enough space to keep your pages inside the cover, and not on the edge.

When reinserting the spine of your book to crimp, the hardcover nipping bar will press the correct position of the spine--for a consistent look that customers expect.

It is a necessary part of a complete and professional looking hardcover book.

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