Coverbind Print on Demand Thermal Covers
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Coverbind Print on Demand Thermal Covers

Brand: Coverbind
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  • High gloss coated cardstock
  • Customize with any print with gloss paper capabilities
  • Available in 1/16" to 1" with max sheet capacities from 15 to 220
  • Comes in packs from 100 to 40 covers, depending on size
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Product Description

Thesewhite Coverbind Print On Demand provide quick and easy customizable covers for your next presentation. Preformed and compatible with digital printers, these thermal binding covers are made out of glossy white heavy stock. The adhesive and fabric spine is packaged separately. Just print on a digital printer set for glossy paper and attach the spine after the ink has settled, then bind! You can even print front and back for the ultimate customization. These white POD covers come with 100 sheets per carton. Promotional Pricing: Limited time only!

Product Details

  • Product Type: Thermal Covers
  • Style: Print on Demand
  • Color: White
  • Cover Size: 8.5" x 11"
  • Spine Size: 1/16" - 1"
  • Sheet Capacity: 15-220 Sheets of 20lb Paper
  • Quantity: 40pk - 100pk depending on spine size

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Demonstration Video

Transcript: Welcome to MyBinding video. Let's take a look at CoverBind's Print on Demand Thermal Covers. Surely they're not all that impressive by themselves but that's where you come in. Your design, your logo, your front cover printed directly right there on the front. If your digital printer or copier can handle 80 pound glossy stuff then you're in business. The covers themselves are constructed to present well, last a long time and not transfer ink. You can do front and back page design or a design that spreads over the entire document and then wrap up your insides with your newly created outside and ... Read More
Welcome to MyBinding video. Let's take a look at CoverBind's Print on Demand Thermal Covers. Surely they're not all that impressive by themselves but that's where you come in. Your design, your logo, your front cover printed directly right there on the front. If your digital printer or copier can handle 80 pound glossy stuff then you're in business. The covers themselves are constructed to present well, last a long time and not transfer ink. You can do front and back page design or a design that spreads over the entire document and then wrap up your insides with your newly created outside and you got the perfect presentation, totally customizable. These covers can handle up to 60 pages of paper and work great with any of the CoverBind thermal binding machines. The adhesive and fabric spine are packaged separately because you print first on the cover and then you install the glue. Be sure to crease the inside of this binder really well so the glue fits in there perfectly and then the inside of your book goes into the outside of your book, tamp it all down nice and even in flush, place it in whatever binding system you're going to use, wait for the appropriate cycle and you're all done. You've got a great, customized book. There it is, printing made easy by CoverBind. For more demos, reviews and how to's, check out MyBinding.com.

Spine Sizing Guide

SizePart NumberApproximate Capacity (20# Paper)Quantity
    
1/16"CB675835up to 15 Sheets100pk
    
1/8"CB675836up to 30 Sheets90pk
    
1/4"CB675838up to 56 Sheets80pk
    
3/8"CB675840up to 90 Sheets70pk
    
1/2"CB675841up to 115 Sheets60pk
    
5/8"CB675842up to 150 Sheets50pk
    
3/4"CB675843up to 180 Sheets50pk
    
1"CB675844up to 220 Sheets40pk

Questions & Answers

Asked by Brian
Thank you for your question. No. These are High Gloss covers.

Answered by MyBinding
2 months ago
Thank you for your question. The Coverbind Print on Demand Thermal Covers ( 80# cover stock) would be considered a soft cover. You would need to confirm with the printer manufacturer that your printer would be able to process a glossy sheet over 11" x 17" in size (these are a single piece cover including the front, spine and back cover) .

Answered by MyBinding
1 years and 4 months ago ago
Thank you for your question. The Coverbind Print on Demand Thermal Covers would work with the Fellowes Helios thermal binding machines.

Answered by MyBinding
1 years and 11 months ago ago
It requires a digital printer that can handle #80 cardstock and can feed through glossy paper.

Answered by MyBinding.com
3 years and 4 months ago ago

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