3/8" Aluminum Screw Posts - 100pk
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3/8" Aluminum Screw Posts - 100pk

Part #: SO038ASP
Brand: MyBinding
2 Questions, 2 Answers
  • The diameter of these posts is 3/16" and they are designed for use with a 1/4" hole that can be either punched or drilled into your documents to accept these posts.
  • The heads of the posts and the screws are 7/16" in diameter to ensure a good fit with 1/4" holes.
  • Length: 3/8"
  • Quantity: 100 pk
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Product Description

Check out these 3/8" removable aluminum fasteners often used for photo albums, swatch books, architectural and engineering drawings, menus, and many other applications where loose sheets need to be kept together. These 3/8" aluminum screw binding posts are sometimes called Chicago screws or Chicago screwposts, and they consist of two pieces (screw and post) that are designed to be inserted into round hole punched papers and covers. Measuring 3/8" in length, these screwposts should be used to bind documents of the same 3/8" thickness in order to acheive maximum strength. Screwposts are perfect for binding large documents and can even be combined with screwpost extensions to reach any length you might need. These particular 3/8" screwposts are designated with the product number SO038ASP.

Product Details

  • The diameter of these posts is 3/16" and they are designed for use with a 1/4" hole that can be either punched or drilled into your documents to accept these posts.
  • The post length for these screw posts is 3/8". This means that the maximum binding thickness for these screw posts is 3/8". For best results and to ensure a correct fit, please measure your document thickness and ensure that it will fit.
  • The heads of the posts and the screws are 7/16" in diameter to ensure a good fit with 1/4" holes.
  • These aluminum screw posts are packaged 100 Per Box
  • Part Number: SO038ASP

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Demonstration Video

Transcript: Welcome to MyBinding video. This is everything you need to know about Screw Posts. When using screw posts, there is no support to keep your pages straight, so we recommend using a thicker cover to help it from bending easily. They can be good for binding other materials, such as leather, which is thick and can't be used in a punch machine. You can find sizes of posts ranging from 1/8" to 5" and we offer aluminum posts, brass posts, black, gold, white plastic and black plastic. There are also extensions so you can use your smaller posts on the occasional larger project. They are made to fit int ... Read More
Welcome to MyBinding video. This is everything you need to know about Screw Posts. When using screw posts, there is no support to keep your pages straight, so we recommend using a thicker cover to help it from bending easily. They can be good for binding other materials, such as leather, which is thick and can't be used in a punch machine. You can find sizes of posts ranging from 1/8" to 5" and we offer aluminum posts, brass posts, black, gold, white plastic and black plastic. There are also extensions so you can use your smaller posts on the occasional larger project. They are made to fit into holes of 3 and 2-hole punch patterns. And those are screw posts. For more demos, reviews and how-to's, go to MyBinding.com.

Questions & Answers

Thank you for your question. These are going to have the holes in the tops.

Answered by MyBinding
5 years and 5 months ago ago
Thank you for your question. All Chicago screws / screw posts that we sell come as in sets including both the post and the head.

Answered by MyBinding
5 years and 10 months ago ago

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