Swingline Lever Handle Heavy Duty Hole Punch - 74350
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Swingline Lever Handle Heavy Duty Hole Punch - 74350

Part #: SWI-74350
Brand: Swingline
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  • Durable all-metal construction
  • Adjustable for diverse punching applications
  • 32 Sheet Punching Capacity
  • 90 Day Manufacturer Warranty
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Product Description

Durable all-metal construction and exceptional flexibility make this punch a consistent and versatile long-term performer. High-quality, sharp cutting punch heads for clean 9/32" holes. Seven punch head capacity - totally adjustable for diverse punching applications. Margin depth and paper guide for control. Punches up to 32 sheets of 20 lb. paper.

Product Details

  • Useful lever handle makes manual punching of larger stacks of paper easier
  • 32 sheet paper punch capacity; punches 9/32" holes
  • Able to punch 9/32", 11/32" or 13/32" holes. Additional/replacement punch heads are available.
  • Adjustable 7-hole punch capability, margin depth and paper guide
  • Replacement punch head item number A7074866 in 9/32" size, A7074867 in 11/32" size and A7074868 in 13/32" size
  • Limited 90-day warranty

Item Specifications

  • UPC: 050505743506
  • Centers: Fully Adjustable
  • Detailed Color: Black
  • Material: Metal
  • Number of Punch Holes: 2-7
  • Performance Guarantee: No
  • Period of Warranty: Limited 90-day
  • Punch Hole Size: 9/32"
  • Punching Capacity: 32
  • Dimensions: 10 1/4"L x 5 1/2"D x 7"H

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Demonstration Video

Transcript: Welcome to MyBinding video. Let's have a look at Swingline's Lever Handle, a heavy duty punch. For offices that do a lot of three-hole punching, this is a great buy. Its all-metal construction makes it heavy duty and a strong adjustable fence allows for any size sheet of paper. Once everything is lined up, place your papers into the machine and pull down the lever, left or right handed. On the top of the machine is a small dial that you can turn on or off that middle punch, going from three to two punch in an instant. The punch capacity of this heavy duty punch is 35 sheets of 20lb paper in a ... Read More
Welcome to MyBinding video. Let's have a look at Swingline's Lever Handle, a heavy duty punch. For offices that do a lot of three-hole punching, this is a great buy. Its all-metal construction makes it heavy duty and a strong adjustable fence allows for any size sheet of paper. Once everything is lined up, place your papers into the machine and pull down the lever, left or right handed. On the top of the machine is a small dial that you can turn on or off that middle punch, going from three to two punch in an instant. The punch capacity of this heavy duty punch is 35 sheets of 20lb paper in a single punch. It does take a little effort but it makes it through clean. For as solid as it is, it's pretty lightweight. And the no-slip rubber foot on the bottom pulls off to dump your punches. That's it, that's Swingline's Lever Handle heavy duty punch. For more demos, reviews, and how-tos, check out MyBinding.com.
Transcript: Welcome to MyBinding how-to videos. This video shows you how to replace the punch head on a Swingline Heavy Duty Punch. Here at MyBinding, we sell all kinds of punch heads and punch head replacements. This one is a pretty simple one to replace. On the left side of the lever shaft is a small round ring. Pop it open with a screwdriver. Careful, that ring will shoot across the room. The lever shaft is then free to slide out through all the punch heads. You could replace one or all of them at this point. Remove the chop tray cover on the bottom and with the screwdriver and your fingers, si ... Read More
Welcome to MyBinding how-to videos. This video shows you how to replace the punch head on a Swingline Heavy Duty Punch. Here at MyBinding, we sell all kinds of punch heads and punch head replacements. This one is a pretty simple one to replace. On the left side of the lever shaft is a small round ring. Pop it open with a screwdriver. Careful, that ring will shoot across the room. The lever shaft is then free to slide out through all the punch heads. You could replace one or all of them at this point. Remove the chop tray cover on the bottom and with the screwdriver and your fingers, simply twist off the nut head. To turn it back top side, simply remove the old punch and replace it with the new punch. Put the lever bar back into place, screw everything back on from the bottom, tighten with the screwdrivers, and you’re on your way. There it is. It’s that simple. For more demos, reviews, and how-to’s, check out MyBinding.com.

Staff Review

Swingline Lever Handle Heavy Duty Hole Punch Review

When selecting a hole punch, you should always get one with a high punching capacity so that you'll be able to get your work done as soon as possible. The Swingline 74350, otherwise known as the Lever Handle Heavy-Duty Hole Punch, can help you out. This device has a great punching capacity, durable construction, and adjustable punch heads. And it has some other features as well. Here's a look at what it has to offer so you can determine if it's the right punch for you.

  • If you're looking for a device that can punch a bunch of sheets at once, the 74350 is the perfect choice. This punch can handle up to 32 pieces of 20 lb. bond paper at a time, so you'll be able to get a lot of paper punched in a hurry. This would be a good device to get if you need to process a lot of paper and desire to do so quickly.

  • The 74350 has seven punching heads that are completely adjustable. You can create a number of different hole patterns thanks to the heads so you can use this device for probably all of your punching needs.

  • The punching heads themselves are high-quality and extremely sharp. They're able to cleanly put 9/32" holes in your documents so the pages will turn freely once they're in a binder.

  • The 74350 has an adjustable margin depth control as well as a paper alignment guide. The guide will help you accurately line up your paper for punching the holes will be in the right place. Meanwhile the adjustable margin depth control will allow you to place the holes as close to or as far away from the edge of the sheet as you want.

  • The 74350 has a lever handle that makes punching easy - at least for right-handed people. The handle is located on the right side of the device, so using this particular punch might be a bit challenging if you're left-handed.

  • This is a very durable punch thanks to its all-metal construction. You'll be able to get a lot of use out of this punch for a long period of time so it's a good investment.

  • The 74350 comes with a 90-day warranty just in case you experience any problems with it right after you purchase it. The warranty will enable you to get it repaired or replaced if necessary.

As you can see, the Swingline 74350 has just about everything you could want in a hole punch. It has an excellent punching capacity, a paper alignment guide, and you can even adjust the margins so the paper will be punched right where you want. This product is solidly constructed and very durable, and its adjustable punching heads will enable you to produce different hole patterns. While it would be nice if this device was designed with both right- and left-handed people in mind, overall the 74350 is worth your consideration if you need something that can help you process your pages quickly.

Questions & Answers

Although we don't stock parts here, we are able to get the parts you need on most machines. Please call our toll free number at 800-944-4573 with the part number you are looking for and we can research it and get the price. We are available from 6am to 5pm PST.

Answered by MyBinding
1 years and 6 months ago ago
Unfortunately, the Swingline Lever Handle Heavy Duty Hole Punch - 74350 does not have a 7/64" die available.

Answered by My binding
1 years and 7 months ago ago
Thank you for your question. The second demo video on the product page for the Swingline Lever Handle Heavy Duty Hole Punch shows the processes to replace and for adjusting the position of the punching heads.

Answered by MyBinding
3 years and 4 months ago ago

1. The punch has two 'S' shaped margin guides that snap onto the back ledge of the punch, behind the punch heads.2. Position the guides toward the outer two punch heads for the best results.The margin can be adjusted to either 3/8" or 1/2" margins.

Answered by MyBinding.com
5 years and 1 months ago ago
If you need 13/32 punch heads, you can order them separately. The item number is A7074868. Unfortunately, the punch does not come with this size.

Answered by MyBinding.com
5 years and 1 months ago ago
Replacement punch head item number A7074866 in 9/32" size, A7074867 in 11/32" size and A7074868 in 13/32" size.

Answered by MyBinding.com
5 years and 1 months ago ago
This punch does not lock. After opening, remove the plastic wrap around the punch handle and it will spring up. Be sure to press down on the handle as you remove the plastic wrap to help get it off.

Answered by MyBinding.com
5 years and 1 months ago ago
1. Remove chip tray from punch base
2. Remove the screws from the punch head from underneath the base
3. Use a flat screwdriver to pry open the flat "C" shape retainer located at the end of the round metal shaft.
4. Slide the round shaft out until it has freed of the punch heads
5. Put the new punch heads into place and slide the round metal shaft back into its original position
6. Re-position the punch heads. Replace the screws into the base of the punch heads, position the heads and tighten.
7. Make sure that all the punch heads are in place
8. Mount the 'C" shape retainer back into its original position.

Answered by MyBinding.com
5 years and 1 months ago ago
The "on/off" sticker is on top of the center punch because you can turn the center punch off if you only wanted to have 2 holes. If you turn it to the left, this enables the center punch. If you turn it to the right, this disables the center punch and allows you to only punch two holes.

Answered by MyBinding.com
5 years and 1 months ago ago
1. Remove chip tray from punch base
2. Remove the screws from the punch head from underneath the base
3. Use a flat screwdriver to pry open the flat "C" shape retainer located at the end of the round metal shaft.
4. Slide the round shaft out until it has freed of the punch heads
5. Put the new punch heads into place and slide the round metal shaft back into its original position
6. Re-position the punch heads. Replace the screws into the base of the punch heads, position the heads and tighten.
7. Make sure that all the punch heads are in place
8. Mount the 'C" shape retainer back into its original position.

Answered by MyBinding.com
5 years and 1 months ago ago
All our adjustable hole punches have hole locations on the punch which you can move the punch heads to.Unfortunately, this punch does not space the holes 43cm apart. We do have 1 hole manual punches that may help you to get the holes 43cm apart.

Answered by MyBinding.com
5 years and 1 months ago ago
The Swingline® Lever Handle Heavy Duty Punch is compatible with the following punch heads:
A7074866 - 9/32" holes
A7074867 - 11/32" holes
A7074868 - 13/32" holes

Answered by MyBinding.com
5 years and 1 months ago ago
1. Remove chip tray from punch base
2. Remove the screws from the punch head from underneath the base
3. Use a flat screwdriver to pry open the flat "C" shape retainer located at the end of the round metal shaft.
4. Slide the round shaft out until it has freed of the punch heads
5. Put the new punch heads into place and slide the round metal shaft back into its original position
6. Re-position the punch heads. Replace the screws into the base of the punch heads, position the heads and tighten.
7. Make sure that all the punch heads are in place
8. Mount the 'C" shape retainer back into its original position.

Answered by MyBinding.com
5 years and 1 months ago ago
The on/off sticker on the center punch head pertains to the center punch. You can turn it 'on' so the punch punches through paper or 'off' if you don't need as many holes. Since you have lost the sticker, you can twist it and punch down to see if the center punch is engaged or not.

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

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