Coverbind Black Ambassador On Demand Hard Covers
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Coverbind Black Ambassador On Demand Hard Covers

Brand: Coverbind
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  • Black hard covers leather bound with debossed area for customized labels
  • EVA glue on spine holds your projects securely
  • Available in 1/8" to 1" with max sheet capacities from 10 to 240
  • Comes in packs from 13 to 4 covers, depending on size
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Product Description

These black Coverbind Ambassador on Demand covers allow you to create/print your own customized hard cover documents in just minutes. Never before has hard cover binding been this easy. These covers are pre-formed so that all you need to do is drop your pages in and the machine will do the rest. The front of each black Ambassador on demand cover has a debossed area for a custom printed label (labels are included in the box). This allows you to create one-off customized documents in just minutes using your inkjet or laser printer. Each hard cover case has a strip of aggressive EVA glue in the spine that is embedded with book fabric for added strength. This eliminates the need for crimping. Promotional Pricing: Limited time only!

Product Details

  • Product Type: Thermal Covers
  • Style: Ambassador On Demand
  • Color: Black
  • Spine Size: 1/8" - 1"
  • Sheet Capacity: 25-225 Sheets
  • Cover Size: 8.5" x 11"
  • Quantity: 4pk - 13pk depending on spine size

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Demonstration Video

Transcript: Welcome to MyBinding video. This video looks at CoverBind’s Ambassador on Demand Thermal Cover. This attractive, hard bound thermal cover is all you need to meet a customizable on the go professional cover. With a built in adhesive right into the spine, thermal binding has never been simpler but the real strength of the Ambassador on Demand is the front cover has a debossed area for a custom printed label that’s included in the box. This allows you to create personalized hard covers using your inkjet or laser printer. The labels are standard 8 ½ x 11 sheet that you design and print off or even ... Read More

Welcome to MyBinding video. This video looks at CoverBind’s Ambassador on Demand Thermal Cover. This attractive, hard bound thermal cover is all you need to meet a customizable on the go professional cover. With a built in adhesive right into the spine, thermal binding has never been simpler but the real strength of the Ambassador on Demand is the front cover has a debossed area for a custom printed label that’s included in the box. This allows you to create personalized hard covers using your inkjet or laser printer. The labels are standard 8 ½ x 11 sheet that you design and print off or even photocopied on to. Remove the deep couches like you would any sticker and centering up using the debossed area as a guide. Go slowly, gently and spread out everything nice and smooth and you’re all set. That looks great for just a few minutes of work. Think of all the presentations or home or school projects that can be presented with extra flare with this and they work great in all the CoverBind thermal binding machines. That is Ambassador on Demand. For more demos, reviews and how to’s, check out MyBinding.com.

Spine Sizing Guide

SizePart NumberApproximate Capacity (20# Paper)Quantity
    
1/8"CB675870up to 25 Sheets13pk
    
1/4"CB675871up to 55 Sheets11pk
    
3/8"CB675872up to 85 Sheets9pk
    
1/2"CB675873up to 110 Sheets8pk
    
3/4"CB675874up to 170 Sheets5pk
    
1"CB675875up to 240 Sheets4pk

Questions & Answers

Thank you for your question. The Coverbind Black Ambassador On Demand Hard Covers have a texture that is similar to a Regency Leatherette or "Composition" cover. The have a vinyl like coating with a faux leather texture.

Answered by MyBinding
6 months ago
Thank you for your question. Any thermal binding cover will have issues with glossy stock. The coating on glossy stock inhibits it's ability to absorb the adhesive and form a secure bind. This limitation is for all thermal binding covers and not just these specific covers. We do not stock the Your Story Binder but these covers will work with most standard thermal binding systems. Reaching out directly to the manufacturer of the Your Story Binder will be your best to confirm compatibility.

Answered by MyBinding
7 months ago
Asked by Reuben
Thank you for the question. The number of covers per pack depends on the size spine that you order. The quantity of the select size appears in the product listing title, abbreviated by "#pk" .

Answered by MyBinding
1 years and 7 months ago ago
Thank you for your question. The Coverbind Ambassador On Demand Hard Covers are only available in black. We do have other hard covers that are available in white. All thermal hard covers benefit from using a crimper. The Hard Cover Crimper pinches the base of the book reinforcing the "grooved" look of hard cover books. The pressure it applies at the base of the spine which also helps get a secure bind.

Answered by MyBinding
2 years and 6 months ago ago
Thank you for your question. After speaking with the manufacturer, covers that work with A4 paper would require custom made covers. Please give us a call and we can assist you with getting a quote.

Answered by MyBinding
2 years and 9 months ago ago
Thank you for your question. We contacted CoverBind and unfortunately they do not have templates available for the labels or the specific offset for printing the labels.

Answered by MyBinding
3 years and 3 months ago ago
Thank you for your question. Wholesale replacement of all the pages of a previously bound book would not work because if you remove all of the pages, it would pull too much glue out with those pages to get a reliable second bind. Just removing a page or two doesn't pull enough glue out to be detrimental.

Answered by MyBinding
3 years and 3 months ago ago
Yes you should be able to print the labels for the front of these covers on most inkjet or laser printers. just run them through the printer and adhere them to the front of the cover.

Answered by MyBinding.com
3 years and 7 months ago ago

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