Are there binding workstations or tables I can use?

posted this on Jul 7, 2015

If you’ve already purchased your binding machine or laminator, you’ve probably opened the box and faced a daunting question: Where to put your new machine? Making room for your new device on an existing surface might be difficult or even impossible depending on how crowded your office is and the size of the machine. In that case, you’ll need to order a new table or workstation for your new machine. Here are four you should consider….

  1. The Binding System Workstation. This product is a good choice if you need a roomy surface on which to place your binding machine. It has a strong metal frame to withstand heavyBinding System Workstation use and there are two locking casters so you can move the table to anywhere you need it. This table has six drawers in which you can store your supplies as well as clear plastic compartments that are great for keeping smaller items handy. The surface has a white epoxy finish and the device as a whole has the following dimensions: 36″ (height) x 18″ (depth) x 30″ (width).
  2. The Heavy-Duty Binding Utility Station. This station is heavy-duty and will provide you with years of use. It has a large 36-inch wide work surface and a lot of shelves for storage of all of your supplies. In fact, there are three shelves under the table and two above, so you’ll have a ton of room for your supplies. The legs all have casters at the ends of them and the legs are metal so they’ll easily support the weight of your binding system. You can also use this product with laminators, guillotine and rotary trimmers, and so on. Plus, you’ll be able to assemble it easily without tools.
  3. The Laminating Workstation. If you own a roll laminator such as the GBC HeatSeal Ultima 65 or the Tamerica TC2700 27″ Roll Laminator, this is the workstation you need. It has metal racks that can store laminating film that’s up to 27″ long and it’s perfect for machines that use that size of film. The work table has a strong finish and your finished documents will be stored under the table until you remove them. This device has locking casters for easy transport and it can even be used to store a binding machine and supplies if you prefer. Its dimensions are 42″ (height) x 26″ (depth) x 29-1/2″ (width).
  4. Rhin-O-Tuff RTT42 Adjustable-Height Ergonomic Binding Table. This table is adjustable so you can work at a height that’s comfortable for you and reduce the risk of work-related injuries. The height can range from 25″ to 44″, allowing you to punch and bind while either sitting or standing. There’s an optional side table you can use if you need a larger work area. The table is large enough to house any Rhin-O-Tuff punch or binding machine, and you can use devices from different manufacturers as long as they’re under 200 pounds.
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