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Red 11" Fastback Speed Strips

Red 11" Fastback Speed Strips

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Red 11" Fastback Speed Strips

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This Red Speed Strip is formulated to bind a book in approximately 10 seconds--that's about 240 fully assembled books per hour. Consequently, these red narrow Speed Strips have the fastest binding cycle of any thermal binding strip on the market.

Product Details

  • Strip Type: Fastback Speed Strips
  • Length: 11"
  • Color: Red
  • Width: Narrow
  • Capacity:250-350 pages (1"-1.5" Inch)
  • Quantity: 1 Box (100 Strips)


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Questions & Answers
How are these faster than normal super strips, when the binding process is the same?
Asked by Raelynn B. 1 years and 4 months ago ago
When the fastback 15 originally came out the bind time wasn't as fast with traditional super strips as some users would like. Powis Parker released speed strips as a solution which allowed for a much faster bind time. However, with the release of the 15xs the bind speed was actually increased for super strips to match that of speed strips. For quite some time speed strips have been available for users of original model 15 units who needed the extra speed. However, Powis is in the process of discontinuing these and when current stocks run out there will not be any more produced. If you have an original model 15 you should really consider upgrading it to a 15xs or replacing it with a newer model 20.

Answered by MyBinding.com 1 years and 4 months ago ago
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