4:1 .248 Round Hole Die Set For Rhin-O-Tuff HD7700
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4:1 .248 Round Hole Die Set For Rhin-O-Tuff HD7700

Part #: 79020
Brand: Rhin-O-Tuff
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  • Bind Style: Punching Die
  • .248 Hole Spacing
  • .188 Hole Diameter
  • Disengageable Dies: Yes
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MyBinding.com carries the full line of Rhin-O-Tuff products including their line of heavy duty punches and all of the diesets used in these punches. This dieset is designed for use in the Rhin-O-Tuff HD7700 Ultima and Rhin-O-Tuff HD7700 Horizontal punch and in conjunction with the RAF11 automatic punch. The Ultima7700 is the heaviest duty punch available on the market and can consistently punch up to 50 sheets of 20# bond Paper and utilizes Rhino Tuff's patented Quick Change Die System. This die is 14" in length and is open ended to facilitate the punching of longer documents.

Product Details

  • 4:1 Pitch Round Hole
  • .248 Hole Spacing
  • .188 Hole Diameter
  • Rhin-O-Tuff Part Number: 079020

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Rhin-o-Tuff Diesets Demo

Transcript: Welcome to MyBinding video. Bookbinding projects come in many different lengths. A benefit of Rhin-O-Tuff's interchangeable dies is that all the pins are fully disengageable. You can remove any or all pins for your size project. This video will show you just how easy that is and it's the same for all of them.

Step one is to depress the pin retainer. Press down through the notch on the spring and disengage, or lift, the pin capture. And that is step two. Step three, remove any and all pins that you need just by pulling them straight up out of the slot. Finally, press down again on the pin re ...
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Welcome to MyBinding video. Bookbinding projects come in many different lengths. A benefit of Rhin-O-Tuff's interchangeable dies is that all the pins are fully disengageable. You can remove any or all pins for your size project. This video will show you just how easy that is and it's the same for all of them.

Step one is to depress the pin retainer. Press down through the notch on the spring and disengage, or lift, the pin capture. And that is step two. Step three, remove any and all pins that you need just by pulling them straight up out of the slot. Finally, press down again on the pin retainer and replace the pin capture.

The different dies may punch different shaped holes and different punch patterns. However, their removal is essentially the same for every single kind. And as you know, replacing the die into the machine is as easy as can be. And that is easy die pin removal for a Rhin-O-Tuff die. For more how-tos, demos, and reviews, check out MyBinding.com.
Transcript: Welcome to MyBinding video. Different looks and different books require different kinds of spines. With Rhin-O-Tuff, in a single machine you can have plenty of options. Within their binding systems, Rhin-O-Tuff has manufactured over 20 different interchangeable dies. Among the most common are 3:1 wire, 4:1 coil, and plastic comb binding. They are built solid, like all Rhin-O-Tuff items, and the fully disengageable die pins are all easily removed, so you can work with any size document that you need. And when a different project requires a different punch pattern, simply slide the old one out a ... Read More
Welcome to MyBinding video. Different looks and different books require different kinds of spines. With Rhin-O-Tuff, in a single machine you can have plenty of options. Within their binding systems, Rhin-O-Tuff has manufactured over 20 different interchangeable dies. Among the most common are 3:1 wire, 4:1 coil, and plastic comb binding. They are built solid, like all Rhin-O-Tuff items, and the fully disengageable die pins are all easily removed, so you can work with any size document that you need. And when a different project requires a different punch pattern, simply slide the old one out and the new one in, it's that easy. And that's Rhin-O-Tuff. For more demos, reviews, and how-tos, check out MyBinding.com.
Transcript: Welcome to MyBinding video. Bookbinding projects come in many different lengths. A benefit of Rhin-O-Tuff's interchangeable dies is that all the pins are fully disengageable. You can remove any or all pins for your size project. This video will show you just how easy that is and it's the same for all of them.

Step one is to depress the pin retainer. Press down through the notch on the spring and disengage, or lift, the pin capture. And that is step two. Step three, remove any and all pins that you need just by pulling them straight up out of the slot. Finally, press down again on the pin re ...
Read More
Welcome to MyBinding video. Bookbinding projects come in many different lengths. A benefit of Rhin-O-Tuff's interchangeable dies is that all the pins are fully disengageable. You can remove any or all pins for your size project. This video will show you just how easy that is and it's the same for all of them.

Step one is to depress the pin retainer. Press down through the notch on the spring and disengage, or lift, the pin capture. And that is step two. Step three, remove any and all pins that you need just by pulling them straight up out of the slot. Finally, press down again on the pin retainer and replace the pin capture.

The different dies may punch different shaped holes and different punch patterns. However, their removal is essentially the same for every single kind. And as you know, replacing the die into the machine is as easy as can be. And that is easy die pin removal for a Rhin-O-Tuff die. For more how-tos, demos, and reviews, check out MyBinding.com.

Questions & Answers

Thank you for your question. We do not stock them but are able to the pin as a part separate from the entire die set that includes the carrier. Give us a call at 1-800-944-4573 and we can get you a quote on the cost of the pins as a part from Rhin-O-Tuff.

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3 years and 4 months ago ago

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