Fastbind Express Blank Cases (Portrait) for Perfect Binder with White End Papers
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Fastbind Express Blank Cases (Portrait) for Perfect Binder with White End Papers

Brand: Fastbind
  • Case Size: 8.5" x 11"
  • Orientation: Portrait
  • Spine Size: 1/4", 3/8", 1/2", 5/8" or 3/4"
  • Comes with a matching white end papers.
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Make your own hard covers and cases quickly with these letter size (portrait) Express Blank Cases for Perfect Binder. The method is very easy. Simply place and wrap the printed graphics around the Express Blank Case, and your cover is done! These letter size (portrait) blank cases are 1/4" - 3/4" thick. Get 10 Sets of Express Blank Cases for Perfect Binder on every order.

Product Details

  • Case Size: 8.5" x 11"
  • Orientation: Portrait
  • Spine Size: 1/4", 3/8", 1/2", 5/8" or 3/4"
  • Comes with a matching white end papers.
  • For use with Fastbind Case Express.

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Fastbind Blank Cases

Transcript: Instead of making a binder from scratch every time, you can order blank cases for your Fastbind projects.

Simply align and center the case onto your custom printed tacking sheet, and lay it down. Now cut the corners of the tacking sheet at a 45 degree angle, 3 millimeters from the corner. Rub the ends and wrap the sheet around the case. By purchasing cases, you do not need a casematic to perform these steps, though it would certainly help to have one.

For more details on properly making a hardcover, check out one of the Casematic machines.
Instead of making a binder from scratch every time, you can order blank cases for your Fastbind projects.

Simply align and center the case onto your custom printed tacking sheet, and lay it down. Now cut the corners of the tacking sheet at a 45 degree angle, 3 millimeters from the corner. Rub the ends and wrap the sheet around the case. By purchasing cases, you do not need a casematic to perform these steps, though it would certainly help to have one.

For more details on properly making a hardcover, check out one of the Casematic machines.

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