How to Debind a Book Bound Using Masterbind Atlas 300 or Atlas 150 ?

posted this on Mar 22, 2016

Watch this video and see a demonstration of how to debind a book bound with metalbind using the Masterbind Atlas 300 or Atlas 150.  Using the MasterBind debinder tool, you can easily add or remove pages in a bound book without damaging your materials.  This allows you to edit your document and rebind it without having to reprint the contents of your document.   Plus, the great thing about Masterbind binding is that the bind is incredibly secure.  if you don't have the debinder tool the book is almost impossible to disassemble making it agreat for important documents that you might not want your clients to edit or change.  Watch this video and give us a call or send us an email if you have any questions.

 


Here is the audio transcript for this video:

Welcome to MyBinding video. This video is designed to help you understand how to debind a book with the Atlas 300 and 150. With the number of different books and projects you will complete with the Atlas 300 and 150, there will be times you'll need to edit. Editing is no problem. Simply take the debinding tool, open the book, and slide it right into the crease as far as it will go. Then drape that whole thing right onto the front bracket. The right side goes in first and then followed by the left side. Pull it all the way back toward yourself. Then, with the clamp on the front, close it all the way to the right, just as if you were going to bind. Press down on the lever, back up, undo the clamp, and remove. At this point, remove the debinding tool from the book, close it up, and simply pull off the channel. Now you can make whatever subtractions or edits that you need to, then close the book back up, and in many cases you can use the same channel to rebind. And you do so in the same exact way as you did to start with. So a great looking book remains a great looking book even after editing. That's debinding on the Atlas 300 and 150. For more demos, reviews, and how-tos, check out MyBinding.com.

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