Rhin-O-Tuff Onyx PAL-M and PAL-14 added to OD4012 Punch Demo

posted this on Mar 29, 2016


 


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Welcome to MyBinding video. Let's take a look at the Onyx PAL-M and PAL-14 Piks-a-Lift modules working in tandem with the Onyx OD4012 punch by Rhin-O-Tuff. The PAL-M is a manual picker that picks packets of paper for you that are perfect for your size punch. Simply dial in the size pack you need, less or more, and make your punching most efficient. And since the entire module can sit on top of your punch, it makes your space also efficient, moving from one step to the other in a single movement. The PAL-M also works great as a standalone unit for two operators, but for one, it's all nice and neat right here. Using the MK2000 module mounting kit, you can mount this to any OD or HD Rhin-O-Tuff punch. Likewise with the PAL-14, it sits right on top of the punch and bolt right down and automatically picks lifts for you set for what you need for your machine. The sensors in this machine automatically pick the next packet for you while you make your punch. These Piks-a-Lift modules are built for efficiency. Combined with Rhin-o-Tuff's Onyx punches, it is unstoppable. And everything Onyx comes with a solid three-year warranty. For more demos, reviews and how-tos, check out MyBinding.com.

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