Thermal Binding Machines

MyBinding.com is your premier source for thermal binding equipment. Most of these systems work much like a toaster. Place your book in the pre-formed cover, put the cover in the unit and when it pops you are ready to go (it usually beeps instead of popping but you get the idea). This revolutionary type of system is one of the fastest and most professional options for binding your documents. Plus, you can order covers that are fully customized to your brand or you can make your own using special thermal glue strips. Binding doesn't get any simpler than this. Check out the machines below and if you have any questions please feel free to give us a call or chat with one of our representatives.

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  1. Pro-Bind 1000 Professional Thermal Binding Machine

    • Simple one-touch operation
    • Convenient built-in cooling rack
    • 3/4" binding capacity
    • 1 Year Manufacturer Warranty
    Part #: PB-1000

    $149.00

  2. Pro-Bind Hard Cover Book Crimper

    • Simple operation
    • Needed for hardbound books
    • Can handle one book up to 2" thick
    • 1 Year Manufacturer Warranty
    Part #: BIHCCRIMPER

    $359.00

  3. Pro-Bind 2000 Professional Thermal Binding Machine

    • Auto Shut Off
    • Binds multiple documents at one time
    • 2" binding capacity
    • 1 Year Manufacturer Warranty
    Part #: PROBIND2000

    $695.00

  4. Pro-Bind 1000 Yearbook Binding Kit

    • Comes with Pro-Bind 1000 Thermal Binding Machine
    • Comes with Pro-Bind Hardcover Crimper
    • Comes with 50pcs Hardcover Binding Spines Designed for 8.5" x 11" Paper
    • Can be foil-stamped for an additional fee
    Part #: Yearbook1000

    $1,093.00

  5. Pro-Bind 2000 Yearbook Binding Kit

    • Comes with Pro-Bind 2000 Thermal Binding Machine
    • Comes with Pro-Bind Hardcover Crimper
    • Comes with 50pcs Hardcover Binding Spines Designed for 8.5" x 11" Paper
    • Can be foil-stamped for an additional fee
    Part #: Yearbook2000

    $1,633.00

  6. Pro-Bind 1000 Hardcover Binding Starter Kit

    • Comes with Pro-Bind 1000 Thermal Binding Machine
    • Comes with Pro-Bind Hardcover Crimper
    • Comes with 50pcs Hardcover Binding Spines Designed for 8.5" x 11" Paper
    • Can be foil-stamped for an additional fee
    Part #: Hardcover1000

    $1,093.00

  7. Pro-Bind 2000 Hardcover Binding Starter Kit

    • Comes with Pro-Bind 2000 Thermal Binding Machine
    • Comes with Pro-Bind Hardcover Crimper
    • Comes with 50pcs Hardcover Binding Spines Designed for 8.5" x 11" Paper
    • Can be foil-stamped for an additional fee
    Part #: Hardcover2000

    $1,633.00

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Thermal Binding Overview

Transcript: Welcome to MyBinding video. This video is designed to give you an overview of thermal binding, both the supplies and the equipment. Many thermal binding companies provide thermal binding covers. These can be soft-bound, hard-bound or have a steel spine. Some companies use adhesive tape in their thermal binding process. No matter how you do it, thermal binding is quick, it's very easy, impressive, allows you to open your book flat and, most of all, there are no holes punched and the bind itself is surprisingly strong. Now, let's have a look at some systems and machines. Some of them are very si... Read More
Welcome to MyBinding video. This video is designed to give you an overview of thermal binding, both the supplies and the equipment. Many thermal binding companies provide thermal binding covers. These can be soft-bound, hard-bound or have a steel spine. Some companies use adhesive tape in their thermal binding process. No matter how you do it, thermal binding is quick, it's very easy, impressive, allows you to open your book flat and, most of all, there are no holes punched and the bind itself is surprisingly strong. Now, let's have a look at some systems and machines. Some of them are very simple. Some are like a toaster with one little button. You simply take the insides of your book, put them into the thermal cover, jog everything into place and drop it like a piece of bread down into the slot. When the binding cycle is over, the glue has been warmed, you set it to the side to cool and it's all done. This is essentially the basis of all thermal binding. Other machines are a little bit more complex or stylish. Lifting up, stowing away and allow you, after you put your book into the slot, to choose a binding cycle that's best for your book. Some systems require that you use their binding covers and others allow you to use any cover that you can create on your own. More heavy-duty models, such as this ProBind 2000, can do both soft and hard cover and are great for book restoration. UniBind uses a system of magnets to heat instantly their metallic spine, and some systems allow you to process more than one book at a time. Powis Parker makes a fast back line of thermal tape binding. You simply place the tape into the trough the insides onto that tape, push the button and you're all set. This allows you the control to design any kind of cover you want and bind it together and can be used with hard backs as well. So whatever it is that you need, know that thermal binding is easy to do, very customizable and a great way to go. So click or call us and we'll help you find the right system for you. For more demos, reviews and how-tos, check out MyBinding.com.