Black Standard Thermal Hard Cover Cases
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Black Standard Thermal Hard Cover Cases

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  • Black leatherette hard cover cases
  • Fits 8-1/2" x 11" sheets
  • Available in 6 different spine thicknesses
  • Sheet Capacity: 33 - 280 Sheets
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Product Description

Black standard thermal hard cover cases are the perfect addition to your thermal binding system. By using these black cases along with a thermal binding machine, you can make hardbound photo books, yearbooks, or coffee table books. Plus, there is no crimping required. Our black covers are also available in navy, maroon, and white.

Product Details

  • Size: For 8.5" x 11" Paper
  • Thickness: 1/8" - 1"
  • Sheet Capacity: 33-280 Sheets
  • Color: Black
  • Quantity: Varies (Depending on Spine Size)

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Demonstration Video

Transcript: Welcome to MyBinding video. This is everything you need to know about thermal binding. If you are looking for a binding that's quick and simple to make, then thermal binding may be a good option for you. The one piece cover has a glue strip in it and all you have to do is place your pages in. Depending on the size of your books and the machine, you can bind multiple books at the same time. You can find different size hard covers to carry up to 500 sheets and soft covers up to 100. Your pages should closely fit the size of your binding, otherwise you might find yourself with awkward gaps. There ... Read More
Welcome to MyBinding video. This is everything you need to know about thermal binding. If you are looking for a binding that's quick and simple to make, then thermal binding may be a good option for you. The one piece cover has a glue strip in it and all you have to do is place your pages in. Depending on the size of your books and the machine, you can bind multiple books at the same time. You can find different size hard covers to carry up to 500 sheets and soft covers up to 100. Your pages should closely fit the size of your binding, otherwise you might find yourself with awkward gaps. There are different colors and customizations available for your thermal binding covers. Using a standalone glue strip works within the same binding machines. Cut it to length to repair worn book spines or make your own covers. As you can see, this is a permanent solution. There's no easy way to edit your books once it's complete. And that is thermal binding. For more demos, reviews and how-to's, go to MyBinding.com.

Sizing Guide

Spine SizePart NumberSheet CapacityQuantity
1/8”BITHC180BK33 Sheets13
1/4”BITHC140BK65 Sheets11
3/8”BITHC380BK98 Sheets9
1/2”BITHC120BK130 Sheets8
3/4”BITHC340BK220 Sheets5
1”BITHC100BK280 Sheets4

Questions & Answers

Thank you for your question. Unfortunately all of the thermal covers all are sold with only a single size and color per box, there is not a variety pack available.

Answered by MyBinding
1 years and 8 months ago ago
Thank you for your questions. Thermal covers are not going to be brand specific and these covers would work with a Fellowes Helios 30 thermal binding machine. The crimper is a optional tool that can help set the bind and reinforces the "crimped" look of traditional hard cover books but it is not required. We do ship internationally. If you put items in your cart and view the cart, you can enter your country and postal code to get the shipping cost.

Answered by MyBinding
2 years and 6 months ago ago
Thank you for your question. The Black Standard Thermal Hard Cover is only available in quantities of 20. We do have other hard covers available in smaller numbers ( you can find all of our thermal hard covers here ) but we do not have any thermal hardcovers sold individually.

Answered by MyBinding
3 years and 3 months ago ago
These covers actually come with glue strips built into them. The only time you would need to purchase glue strips would be if you were making your own cover. If you used a parent sheet and a creaser to make your own covers, you would insert the glue strip in the spine to bind your book.

Answered by Mybinding.com
3 years and 7 months ago ago
We would be glad to help you have your logo added to these. Most of our customers prefer to have the logos printed in gold or silver foil. However, there are a lot of different options and colors available. Give our customers service department a call and we can grab your artwork and give you a quote on the quantity of covers that you need.

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4 years and 6 months ago ago

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