Master DP20 Duo Hole Punch by Martin Yale
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Master DP20 Duo Hole Punch by Martin Yale

Part #: DP20
Brand: Master
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  • One side is dedicated 2-hole punch, one side is dedicated 3-hole punch
  • Punches up to 20 sheets of 20 lb. bond paper
  • Punches two holes with the standard 2.75" from the centers of the holes.
  • High-capacity chip pan
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Product Description

On this Master DP20 Duo Hole Punch by Martin Yale, no screwdrivers or thumbscrews needed, no adjustment required. Its one side is dedicated 2-hole punch, one side is dedicated 3-hole punch. The Master DP20 Duo Hole Punch can punch up to 20 sheets of 20 lb. bond paper with a standard 2 3/4" center on 2-hole punch, 9/32" on 3' hole center and a high-capacity chip pan.

Product Details

  • One side is dedicated 2-hole punch, one side is dedicated 3-hole punch.
  • Punches up to 20 sheets of 20 lb. bond paper.
  • Punches two holes with the standard 2.75" from the centers of the holes.
  • High-capacity chip pan.

Item Specifications

  • Hole Diameter: 9/32"
  • Number of Holes: 2 and 3
  • Sheet Capacity: 20
  • Battery Operated: No
  • Electrical: No
  • Product Dimensions: 5.4 L x 10.8 W x 4.8 H in (14.0 x 28.0 x 12.0 cm)
  • Product Weight: 7.0 lbs (3.2 kg)

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Master DP20 Duo Hole Punch

Transcript: This is the Master DP20 Duo Hole Punch!

To start, unlock the lever where it says “lock” on the unit. Push the handle down and push the metal tab to the side. I am first use the 3 hole punch.

Now we can punch up to 20 sheets of paper at a time! Use the left edge as a guide for the 3 hole punch to center your 11” paper. Push down on the handle and you have some perfectly punch pages.

To use the 2 hole punch, unlock it as well—and re-lock the 3 hole punch.

We’ll now use the other side of the unit. Again, insert up to 20 pages and make your punch. But this time there is a line you have ...
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This is the Master DP20 Duo Hole Punch!

To start, unlock the lever where it says “lock” on the unit. Push the handle down and push the metal tab to the side. I am first use the 3 hole punch.

Now we can punch up to 20 sheets of paper at a time! Use the left edge as a guide for the 3 hole punch to center your 11” paper. Push down on the handle and you have some perfectly punch pages.

To use the 2 hole punch, unlock it as well—and re-lock the 3 hole punch.

We’ll now use the other side of the unit. Again, insert up to 20 pages and make your punch. But this time there is a line you have to align your pages to.

Punching 20 pages isn’t too difficult either.

From time to time you’ll also want to empty out the waste catcher. Just pull off the bottom pad and remove the trimmings.

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325B 9/32" 2 to 7 24 No Manual
5325B 9/32" 2 to 7 32 No Manual
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