Masterbind Atlas 300 Metal Bind Finisher with Debinding Blade - 1162-14000
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Masterbind Atlas 300 Metal Bind Finisher with Debinding Blade - 1162-14000

Part #: 1162-14000
Brand: MasterBind
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  • Patented metal channel requires little effort
  • CoverGuide System providing a easy binding process
  • Capable to bind and de-bind up to 300 sheets
  • Built with heavy duty metal frame
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Masterbind Atlas 300 binding machine with optional foiling machine add-on can provide a much more convenient work environment. The combination of channel binding and hot stamping machine into single equipment is capable to produce amazing and elegant products for photographic, copy shops and offices. Masterbind has changed the world of binding with the patented metal channel binding process; it provides a workstation that can be used in any setting. Binding with the Atlas 300 requires no glue, punching or electricity, just your materials and hands. Working with various materials are endless, from hard covers and soft covers as well as CD/DVD cases. With an impressive capacity up to 300 sheets or a monstrous 600 pages, there isn't a job that is too big for the Atlas 300. Special request with landscape or portrait covers? No worries, the machine can bind 11 x 8-1/2" portrait, 8-1/2 x 11" landscape to 11 x 9" oversize portrait and 8-1/2 x 11 -1/2" oversize landscape covers with ease. The Masterbind Atlas 300 is truly a one-of-a-kind machine that has the speed and productivity to produce beautiful and professional finishes. The additional hot stamping device , also known as the Imagepress, feature allows user to foil up to 3 lines of 5.5mm text in four positions or a logo on any 8.5 x 11" MetalBind hard and soft cover. The stamping device estimated about 4 minutes of preparation and foil blocking will take no more than 10 seconds. *Imagepress Device is sold separately

Product Details

  • CoverGuide System providing a easy binding process
  • Capable to bind and de-bind up to 300 sheets
  • Foil embossing for a more personalized customization
  • Optional Imagepress Hot Stamping Device (sold separately)

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Item Specifications

  • Bind Size: 11 x 8 1/2 portrait, 8 1/2 x 11 Landscape, 11 x 9 portrait oversize for tabs, 8 1/2 x 11 1/2 Landscape oversized for Tabs
  • Bind Rate: 10 sec per bind
  • Dimension: 11" x 16-1/2" x 2-1/2" (D x W x H)
  • Weight: 35 lbs
  • Part Number: 1162-14000

Demonstration Video

Transcript: Welcome to MyBinding video. This is the Atlas 300 Image, a metal binding system by Opus. Binding superior-looking books is incredibly easy on the Atlas 300 Image. This video will walk you step-by-step through that entire process of binding a book. Upon selecting your covers, find the beveled edges. This is where the spine, or the channel, will go and make the bind. Place your pages to be bound inside the book and jog it all nice and centered and into place. Use the channel width selector to help you decide the exact right size channel spine you need. You'll notice that one side is curved and t ... Read More
Welcome to MyBinding video. This is the Atlas 300 Image, a metal binding system by Opus. Binding superior-looking books is incredibly easy on the Atlas 300 Image. This video will walk you step-by-step through that entire process of binding a book. Upon selecting your covers, find the beveled edges. This is where the spine, or the channel, will go and make the bind. Place your pages to be bound inside the book and jog it all nice and centered and into place. Use the channel width selector to help you decide the exact right size channel spine you need. You'll notice that one side is curved and the other is straight. That curve side goes toward the back of the machine underneath the measuring tool and slid all the way to the right. When metal binding, make sure that the front cover is faced toward the back of the machine. Give your pages a little jog and center again, and place the whole thing down into the channel. Slide it all the way to the right and close it clamped shut with the wedge on the front. Pull the handle all the way down until it stops, release the handle, release the wedge, pull your book out, and you're all set; it's perfect. And that is how to bind a hard bound book with a metal bind on the Atlas 300 Image by Opus. For more demos, reviews, and how-tos, check out MyBinding.com.
Transcript: Welcome to MyBinding video. This video will show you how to use hot foil stamping with the Atlas 300 Image. It is as impressive as it is easy to stamp virtually anything on any cover. Step-by-step, here are the basics. This is the hot stamping heater, it slides right in the front carriage and hooks on by magnet. Once plugged in, you can power it on and adjust the temperature here with this dial; the ready light will go on when it reaches the temperature. Your Atlas 300 came with a starter kit of stamping tools. You'll need to use the rack as well as the tweezers and the screwdriver. Plenty of ... Read More

Welcome to MyBinding video. This video will show you how to use hot foil stamping with the Atlas 300 Image. It is as impressive as it is easy to stamp virtually anything on any cover. Step-by-step, here are the basics. This is the hot stamping heater, it slides right in the front carriage and hooks on by magnet. Once plugged in, you can power it on and adjust the temperature here with this dial; the ready light will go on when it reaches the temperature. Your Atlas 300 came with a starter kit of stamping tools. You'll need to use the rack as well as the tweezers and the screwdriver. Plenty of fonts characters, numbers, and designs can be purchased through MyBinding and can be stored in a special rack to keep things nice and clean and orderly. With the tweezers, remove individual letters and place them in the rack. Once you've spelled out your design and set it in place, screw it down to hold it in place with the two screws on either side. Double check your work and with the flat side facing you, put the entire carriage down over the slots on the sides. Use caution; hold it by the plastic handles, because if you've already turned the heating unit on, it will be hot. Select the color of hot stamping foil that you'll use; pull one sheet out. With the color side facing you, lay it down just beyond the stamp and before the back wall. Use the small magnet to hold it into place. And then, with your previously bound book, place the front cover facing toward you exactly where you want it, close the wedge in the front, and complete the process by pushing down on the lever all the way, hold for a couple of seconds, and release the lever, release the wedge, slowly peel back the foil, and you're all done. There it is, that's hot foil stamping on the Atlas 300 Image. For more demos, reviews and how-tos, check out MyBinding.com.

Questions & Answers

Thank you for your question. While a solid binding option, metal channel binding is less popular than the binding options that involve punching such as coil and comb. One of it's greatest strengths is that the binding process doesn't involve prepunching the stock which cuts down on the time and labor of the binding process.

Answered by MyBinding
3 years and 6 months ago ago
Thank you for your question. This price is for the Metal Bind Finisher only. The Hot Stamping Device is sold separately.

Answered by MyBinding.com
5 years and 3 months ago ago

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