Fellowes 3/8" Black Linen Thermal Binding Covers 10pk - 5256101 - Clearance Sale

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These high-quality 3/8" black linen thermal binding covers from Fellowes are designed to work with the Fellowes TB series but will essentially work with any thermal binding machine on the market. These 3/8" Fellowes thermal binding covers have a transparent front that helps you to highlight your title page and a solid black linen back and spine to help you create a finished professional look. Simply drop your sheets into the thermal binding cover and insert the cover into your machine. These 3/8" thick black linen covers can hold up to 90 sheets. You can also choose from white and navy thermal covers. This particular black linen 3/8" thermal binding cover is designated with the product number 5256101.
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  • Item Number: 5256101
  • Cover Type: Standard Thermocovers - Clear PVC front, Black Linen Back
  • Color: Black
  • Item H x W x D: 11.12" x 9.75" x 0.37"
  • Sheet Capacity: 61-90 Sheets
  • List Price: $16.90
  • Quantity per Pack: 10pk
  • UPC Code: 043859570904

Demonstration Video

Everything There Is To Know About Thermal Binding 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 ...