Black 11" Medium Powis Parker Fastback LX Strips - M101LX
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Black 11" Medium Powis Parker Fastback LX Strips - M101LX

Part #: M101LX
Brand: Powis Parker
2 Questions, 2 Answers
  • Length: 11"
  • Width: Medium
  • Capacity: 126-250 (1/2"-1")
  • Quantity: 1 Box (100 Strips)
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Black 11" Narrow Powis Parker Fastback LX Strips - N101LX N101LX
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Product Description

These medium black 11" Powis Parker Fastback LX binding strips are specifically designed for use with the Fastback 9 binding system. These particular LX strips are a Super Strip, a standard of strength and versatility. These medium black Powis Parker Fastback binding strips use the same thermal adhesive technology as Fastback's other binding strips--meaning you can count on quick and durable results. Measuring 11" in length, these medium strips have a capacity of 126-250 pages (1/2"-1"). Fastback LX strips are also available in narrow width and a variety of colors. The product number for these medium black 11" LX strips is M101LX.

Product Details

  • Strip Type: Fastback LX Strips
  • Length: 11"
  • Color: Black
  • Compatible With: Fastback 9 Binding Machine
  • Width: Medium
  • Capacity: 126-250 (1/2"-1")
  • Quantity: 1 Box (100 Strips)
  • Part Number: M101LX

Demonstration Video

Transcript: Welcome to Mybinding video, today we are looking at the Powis Parker Fastback 9. This is the anatomy of an LX binding strip. This is an example of what a narrow LX binding strip looks like when finished. With a narrow binding strip you can bind a book that is anywhere from 3 ? 125 pages in length (about a half inch). This is a gray narrow LX strip. Not to be confused with an LX comp strip which has more of a leatherette feel (such as this green one above). One side is the textured color, the other side are lines of adhesive. Within those lines of adhesive you will notice some patterns and not ... Read More
Welcome to Mybinding video, today we are looking at the Powis Parker Fastback 9. This is the anatomy of an LX binding strip. This is an example of what a narrow LX binding strip looks like when finished. With a narrow binding strip you can bind a book that is anywhere from 3 ? 125 pages in length (about a half inch). This is a gray narrow LX strip. Not to be confused with an LX comp strip which has more of a leatherette feel (such as this green one above). One side is the textured color, the other side are lines of adhesive. Within those lines of adhesive you will notice some patterns and not in the center but towards the side if you pinch and squeeze you will make the fold in the binding strip. This is what you will need to do before placing it into the binding system. To assist you in learning how to properly fold and use binding strips within the Fastback 9 system be sure to check out our other videos at MyBinding.com

Sizing Guide

Length Size Width Capacity
11" Narrow 1/2" 10-125 pages
11" Medium 1/2" - 1" 126-250 pages
11" Wide (1"-1.5") 251-350 pages

Questions & Answers

Thank you for your question. The Fastback LX Strips are designed to be used specifically with the FastBack 9 binding machine. They would not work in a standard thermal binding machine.

Answered by MyBinding
7 years ago
Unfortunately it is not possible to order strips that are pre-printed with your company logo on them. However, it is possible to order these https://www.mybinding.com/powis-parker-lx-image-blanks-for-fastback-9.html image blanks for the Fastback 9. You can print any design that you want directly onto the strips and can even use the image blank creator tool that is found here https://www.mybinding.com/image-blank-creator.html to design your own look and feel to the strips.

Answered by MyBinding.com
8 years and 1 months ago ago

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