Wire Binding Machines

MyBinding.com carries a huge selection of twin loop and wire-o binding machines. Choose from systems manufactured by Akiles, GBC, Renz, Tamerica, DFG and Rhin-O-Tuff. Whether you need a machine that does 3:1 pitch for smaller books, 2:1 pitch larger books, or a combination system such as the Akiles Duo Combo, we have what you need. For smaller volumes check out options with a manual punch or if you do a lot of binding you might want to consider an electric system. We even have options for print shops and binderies as well as stand-alone wire closers and closing devices. Also, be sure to check out our huge selection of supplies and covers to go with your system. Browse the options below and don't hesitate to call us or email us if you have questions.

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  1. Tamerica EZ-Wire 34 Manual 3:1 Wire Punch and Bind Machine

    • Max Punching Capacity: 20 sheets
    • Max Binding Capacity: 120 sheets
    • Disengageable Pins: 34
    • Adjustable Punch Depth: Yes
    Part #: EZ-WIRE34

    $169.00

  2. Akiles WireMac 2:1 Manual Double Loop Wire Binding Machine

    • 20 sheets single punching capacity (20 lbs paper).
    • 14" width punching capacity with open sides for even wider documents.
    • All dies can be independently disengaged, to allow the punching of any size document while preventing partial side-end perforation.
    • Closing capacity: From 3/16" to 1 1/4"
    Part #: AKWIREMAC21

    $342.00

  3. Akiles WireMac 3:1 Manual Double Loop Wire Binding Machine

    • Punch Capacity: 20 Sheets
    • Bind Length: 14"
    • Bind Capacity: 120 Sheets
    • Disengageable Dies: Yes
    Part #: Wiremac31

    $335.16

  4. Zutter Bind-it-All V2.0 Punch and Bind Machine

    • Punch Capacity: 5 Sheets
    • Bind Capacity: 150 Sheets
    • Color: White
    • Punch Pattern: Wire
    Part #: ZUT2811

    $53.70

  5. Tamerica TPW-3200 3:1 Pitch Twin Loop Wire Punch & Bind Machine

    • Bind Length: 11"
    • Bind Capacity: 120 Sheets
    • Punch Capacity: 12 Sheets
    • Manual or Electric: Manual
    Part #: TPW-3200

    $152.31

  6. Renz ECO S 360 2:1 Pitch Ring Wire Binding Machine

    • Punching capacity sheets per hr: 12,000
    • Bind Capacity: 340 sheets
    • No. of calendars output per hr: 160
    • No. of books output per hr: 200
    Part #: RECOS360

    $827.00

  7. Akiles WireMac-EX 3:1 Pitch Electric Wire Binding Machine w/ Wire Closer

    • Punching Operation: Electric (Foot Pedal)
    • Punching Capacity: Up to 25 sheets (20 lbs. paper)
    • Hole Size: Square (4mm x 4mm)
    • Pitch: 3:1
    Part #: WireMac-EX31

    $939.00

  8. Akiles 2:1 OffiWire Manual Wire Binding Machine

    • Punches up to 10 sheets of 20lbs. bond paper.
    • Harden Steel Dies Provide a clean and precise punch every time, even when punching delicate or hard to punch materials, such as PVC, Poly Covers, Polyester, etc.
    • "U" Shape Handle: Maximizes punching-strength, for an effortless perforation.
    • Strong Metal chassis and high quality components guarantee durability and reliability.
    Part #: offiWire21

    $243.99

  9. Rhin-O-Tuff 4000W3 Large Office Electric 3:1 Wire Binding System

    • Die with easy disengageable pins - Included
    • Manual Inserter - Included
    • Punches up to 20 sheets of 20 lb paper
    • Automatic and Manual Reverse feature to reduce jamming in the punch
    Part #: 4000W3

    $3,165.86

  10. Tamerica TW2100 2:1 Pitch Twin Loop Wire Binding Machine

    • Bind Length: 14"
    • Bind Capacity: 100 Sheets
    • Punch Capacity: 20 Sheets
    • Manual or Electric: Manual
    Part #: TW2100

    $275.38

  11. James Burn Wire-O Bind WOB 3500 Semi-Automatic Binding Machine

    • Min Binding Format: 2-1/2" x 3-1/4"; Max Binding Format: 14" x 14"
    • Binding Speed: 500-1000 books/hour depending on format, paper quality, & operator skill
    • Wire-O Diameters: All 3:1 and 2:1 Pitch from 1/4" to 1-1/4"
    • Designed to work with Alpha-Doc MK4 and DocuPunch Plus Automatic Punches
    Part #: 04JBWIREOBIND

    $34,455.00

  12. Renz SRW 360 ComfortPlus 3:1 Pitch Electric Wire Binding Machine

    • Binds up to 135 sheets.
    • Punching capacity sheets per hr: 16,000
    • Punching operation: Electric
    • Pitch: 3:1
    Part #: RSRW360-COMFORTPLUS

    $2,345.00

  13. Renz ECO 360 ComfortPlus 2:1 Pitch Electric Wire Binding Machine

    • Binds up to 340 sheets.
    • Punching capacity sheets per hr: 16,000
    • Punching operation: Electric
    • Pitch: 2:1
    Part #: RECO360-COMFORTPLUS

    $2,345.00

  14. Akiles WireMac-EX 2:1 Pitch Electric Wire Binding Machine w/ Wire Closer

    • Punching Operation: Electric (Foot Pedal)
    • Punching Capacity: Up to 25 sheets (20 lbs. paper)
    • Hole Size: Rectangle (4 x 5.5 mm)
    • Pitch: 2:1
    Part #: WireMac-EX21

    $939.00

  15. Renz WBS 360 Modular Manual Wire Closer

    • Manual Closing Machine for Wire Binding
    • Closes wire elements from 3/16" to 1-1/2" in diameter
    • Bind up to 250 sheets of paper with a 1-1/2" diameter wire
    • Change diameters in seconds
    Part #: RZWBS360

    $445.71

  16. MINIWIRE Manual 3:1 Pitch Wire Binding Machine

    • 11" Punching width.
    • 8-10 sheet punching capacity.
    • 9/16" maximum binding size.
    • Adjustable margin depth.
    Part #: MINIWIRE

    $114.95

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Twin Loop Wire Binding Overview Video

Transcript: Welcome to MyBinding video. This is a video on twin loop wire binding, both the machines and the systems. Inexpensive and impressive, wire binding is very popular. The process is pretty straightforward with three different steps. First is the punching. This can be done electronically or manually. The final two steps are the binding process. First, you thread your punched project onto the wire. This can be a little tricky but you get used to it over time. The third and final step is closing the wire. This is done with a wire closer. An adjustment is made for the size wire that you're using with... Read More

Welcome to MyBinding video. This is a video on twin loop wire binding, both the machines and the systems. Inexpensive and impressive, wire binding is very popular. The process is pretty straightforward with three different steps. First is the punching. This can be done electronically or manually. The final two steps are the binding process. First, you thread your punched project onto the wire. This can be a little tricky but you get used to it over time. The third and final step is closing the wire. This is done with a wire closer. An adjustment is made for the size wire that you're using with your project and you clamp down, the wire is closed, and your project is all finished. If done correctly, the seam of the wire is hidden between the back cover and the back page.

A very common feature is side margin control. This allows all punches to be consistent and centered. Disengageable die pins is a great feature that allows you to process virtually any length sheet of paper. Depth of margin control knob allows you to select a thinner or thicker margin; thicker ones are better for thicker books. All wire closers adjust to the size wire that you're using. However, not all wire closers can accommodate the same size wire. Many wire binding machines have built-in wire closers. But there are also separate, modular units that make the process faster or more versatile. This should be taken into consideration if you have a lot of binding to do or if you have a wide range of thicknesses for your books.

As with all binding systems, wire binding has a great range in size and price for machines and systems used. Some machines are very small, personal, great for the home office and low volume work, as well as extremely portable. Units like these can run under 40 dollars and upwards to about a hundred. As productivity needs increase, so do the size and options of the machines. Almost every machine is a built-in, all-in-one unit that has both punching and binding capabilities. As you move into metal machines that are more heavy duty and can handle larger projects and volume loads, the price goes up into the 100 to 400 dollar range. Another determining factor in price is the electric or manual punch. With smaller workloads, manual is no problem. But if you're going to be doing a lot of binding, the electric punch sure is helpful.

As you move into larger, more heavy duty and industrial machines, you can punch a lot more a lot faster with a greater sense of accuracy, as well as the closer is able to handle and accommodate much larger books. Some of these machines are all-in-one units that do both punching and binding, but there are a few machines on the market that work with modular units. There's a base model that does the punching and the closer is a modular that you add to it, on the side for a separate operator or on top of for a single operator. These more industrial machines can run from 1,000 to 5,000 dollars.

Whatever your binding needs and budget are, we have a solution. For all kinds of demos, reviews, and how-tos, check out MyBinding.com.