Fastbind BooXTer Zero Max Binding System
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Fastbind BooXTer Zero Max Binding System

Part #: FBBXZMX
Brand: Fastbind
  • Complete workstation for highly economical and effective binding.
  • Easy to use positioning guides for most common formats.
  • Ergonomic design with shelves to store supplies.
  • Compatible with: Fastbind Case Makers, Fastbind Presso.
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The BooXTer Zero Max is a compact workstation compatible with the most commonly made books (presentations, yearbooks, manuals, etc), from miniature to SRA3+ up to 20 mm (0.78") thick. You can make printed hard and soft covered books, strip-back books, and more. The BooXTer Zero Max system will bind the largest amount of pages in the BooXTer family. It includes a professional heavy duty stapler - rugged yet lightweight. The table is designed with built in book block spacing system to make the placement of the book block in the cover perfect every time!

Product Details

  • Complete workstation for highly economical and effective binding.
  • Easy to use positioning guides for most common formats.
  • Ergonomic design with shelves to store supplies.
  • Compatible with: Fastbind Case Makers, Fastbind Presso.

Item Specifications

  • Compatible With: Fastbind Case Makers, Fastbind Presso
  • Book Thickness:up to 20 mm (0.78")
  • Book Format:up to 305 x 305 mm (12 x 12")
  • Warranty: 1 Year On All Parts
  • Part Number: FBBXZMX

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Demonstration Video

Binding a Hardcover Book - BooXTer Zero Max

Transcript: This is the Fastbind Booxter Zero Max!

To start, take your pages and place on a
Booxter end sheet. Make sure the soft end is where your spine will be. Align both sides.

Next, use the guides to choose the correct size staple. You want to use the smallest size possible for your project. Select the proper size staple.

Push on the back button to release the staple tray and insert your staples. Push the tray back into place.

Next, use the edge guide and ensure all your pages are aligned. When aligned, center the project with the stapler and make the first staple. Make sure to press dow ...
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This is the Fastbind Booxter Zero Max!

To start, take your pages and place on a Booxter end sheet. Make sure the soft end is where your spine will be. Align both sides.

Next, use the guides to choose the correct size staple. You want to use the smallest size possible for your project. Select the proper size staple.

Push on the back button to release the staple tray and insert your staples. Push the tray back into place.

Next, use the edge guide and ensure all your pages are aligned. When aligned, center the project with the stapler and make the first staple. Make sure to press down all the way.

With your first staple in, slide the project to the next staple guide on the surface. Make your next staple, then slide the project to the next guide and continue to staple. Use the same method with the other side. Your pages are now held securely together.

With stapling complete, place the plastic bar against the side--this will help the cover lean back and stay open. Then use the first magnet to align the cover. Place your pages in. Use the second magnet to hold the pages in place. Now, center the pages to the cover.

With it centered, peel back half of the release liner of the first end sheet. Now, bring down your cover, but make sure to align the corners together before pressing it on. Press it down, then flip the book over and repeat.

Use the guides once more, peel back the liner, align the corners, and press the board to the end sheet.

Next, reach into the book and peel the release liners completely out.

As a final step, lay the cover flat onto the machine and rub the end sheets smooth to ensure they have tacked completely to the cover.

You now have a complete hardcover project using the Booxter Zero Max.

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