Coverbind 1/2" Navy Ambassador On Demand Hard Covers 8pk - 675673
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Coverbind 1/2" Navy Ambassador On Demand Hard Covers 8pk - 675673

Part #: 08CBHCOD12NAV
Brand: Coverbind
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  • Color: Navy
  • Spine Size: 1/2" (up to 110 Sheets of 20lb paper)
  • Cover Size: 8.5" x 11"
  • Quantity: 8pk
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These 1/2" navy blue Ambassador on Demand covers from Coverbind are designed so that you can create your own fully customized hard cover documents. These AOD covers can hold up to 110 pieces of twenty pound 8.5" x 11" standard paper. The covers are pre-scored and formed so that all you need to do is drop your pages in and then use your machine to finish the binding process. Packaged 8 covers per box, the front of each navy blue Ambassador on demand cover has a debossed area for a custom printed label (labels are included in the box). This allows you to create personalized hard covers using your inkjet or laser printer. The spine of each cover includes a strip of glue embedded with book fabric for added strength. No crimping tool required. Part number 675673 (MyBinding part number CB675673).Promotional Pricing: Limited time only!

Product Details

  • Product Type: Thermal Covers
  • Style: Ambassador On Demand
  • Color: Navy
  • Spine Size: 1/2" (up to 110 Sheets of 20lb paper)
  • Cover Size: 8.5" x 11"
  • Quantity: 8pk
  • Old Part Number: CB675673
  • New Part Number: 08CBHCOD12NAV
  • List Price: $54.00

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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.

Questions & Answers

Thank you for your question. We do not have any half sized (5.5"x8.5") Thermal Covers as a stock item but it is something that would be able to ordered as a custom item. Please reach out to our Customer Service Team either through live chat,by e-mail at Sales@mybinding.com, or by phone at 1-800-944-4573 and we would be able to start the process of getting a quote for those from the manufacturer.

Answered by MyBinding
3 years and 4 months ago ago
Thank you for your questions. The Coverbind Navy Ambassador On Demand Hard Covers would work with the Pro-Bind 2000 Professional Thermal Binding Machine. You are able to reuse laminating pouch carriers many times.

Answered by MyBinding
4 years and 1 months ago ago

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