Carl 12" Ring Binding System - CR-B12
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Carl 12" Ring Binding System (CR-B12)

Part #: CR-B12
Brand: Carl
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  • Maximum binding size of up to 12"
  • Suitable for both A4 and 11" letter size paper
  • Punches square holes in up to 5 sheets of paper at a time
  • Accommodates paper up to 0.4mm thick
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This Carl CR-B12 12" Ring Binding System is a perfect companion of craft and hobby users who enjoy making personalized books. It has a maximum binding size of up to 12" , and is suitable for both A4 and 11" letter size paper. It punches square holes in up to 5 sheets of paper at a time.This Carl CR-B12 12" Ring Binding System works with spiral coil.

Product Details

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  • Maximum binding size of up to 12"
  • Suitable for both A4 and 11" letter size paper
  • Punches square holes in up to 5 sheets of paper at a time
  • Accommodates paper up to 0.4mm thick

Item Specifications

  • Color: Green
  • Paper Punch Capacity: 5 sheets
  • Length: 12"
  • Maximum Binding Size: 12" (304.8mm) . Suitable for both A4/297mm and Letter/11" size paper
  • Number of Holes (Maximum Binding Size): 36 Holes
  • Maximum Paper Thickness: 0.4mm/0.016"
  • Unsuitable Type of Paper: Thin papers, Japanese papers, Fluffy papers, Stiff papers, Thicker than maximum paper thickness, Papers with sticky objects such as stickers
  • SKU:CR-B12

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Questions & Answers

Asked by Melanie Tanczos
Thank you for your question. Yes, it is.

Answered by Mybinding
13 days ago
Asked by Keisha Thompon
Thank you for your question. It could punch chipboard, if it was less than 0.4mm thick.

Answered by Mybinding
1 months ago
Asked by Sabrina Kent
This punch is 3:1 pitch.

Answered by My Binding
2 months ago

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