Rhin-O-Tuff Wire Hanger for HD8000
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Rhin-O-Tuff Wire Hanger for HD8000

Part #: 110066S
Brand: Rhin-O-Tuff
  • Works with the HD8000 Wire closer
  • Increse productivity
  • All metal construction
  • Simple operation
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Rhin-O-Tuff Wire Hanger is the perfect addition attachment to the HD8000 Wire Closer . The wire hanger will assist and help the process of inserting wire prior to setting into closer to crimp the wire. By having this feature, the operator will know the exact length to crimp for the picture-perfect finish. (HD8000 Wire Closer Sold Separately)

Product Details

  • Product Type: Wire Hanger
  • Designed for: HD8000 Wire Closer
  • Quantity: 1
  • Product Number:11290

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Demonstration Video

Transcript: Welcome to MyBinding video. What’s missing here? The Rhin-O-Tuff Wire Hanger for your HD-8000. Why this piece doesn’t come with the machine? We’re not sure. But here it is. If you don’t have a wire hanger somewhere else, you’re going to need it. Two screws put it right on the front. And as with all screw sets, put them in first and then tighten them down, good and tight. And make sure that fence is leaning out, not toward the machine. It’s now binding time. Place your wire over the fence, remember than the loops, the small loops face up and out and then carefully, gently, in small batches at a ... Read More
Welcome to MyBinding video. What’s missing here? The Rhin-O-Tuff Wire Hanger for your HD-8000. Why this piece doesn’t come with the machine? We’re not sure. But here it is. If you don’t have a wire hanger somewhere else, you’re going to need it. Two screws put it right on the front. And as with all screw sets, put them in first and then tighten them down, good and tight. And make sure that fence is leaning out, not toward the machine. It’s now binding time. Place your wire over the fence, remember than the loops, the small loops face up and out and then carefully, gently, in small batches at a time, drape your project over the teeth of the wire. When you’re all threaded through, lift it up and off and you’re ready to close it, but you already know that. You have the HD-8000. And that my friends is the wire closer for the HD-8000. For more demos, reviews and how-to’s, check out MyBinding.com.

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