Akiles DuoMac C41ECI Electric Coil Binding Equipment
- Akiles DuoMac C41ECI electric coil binding equipment with special die disengagement pins for versatile punching
- Makes the punched document highly tear-resistant with the Punching Margin Control
- Easily punches long documents with Open Punching Throat and Continuous Punching Guide
- Features Side Margin Control for better alignment of the punched holes along the document’s length
- Features 4:1 Pitch Coil Pattern capable of punching up to 43 holes (.250 Pitch)
- Possesses foot pedal-operated Electric Coil Inserter that keeps the users at ease
- Accompanied by additional coil selector & coil crimpers
The Akiles DuoMac C41ECI electric coil binding equipment is the tool you need to consider this season for the most adept coil binding. Its simple layout and the most sophisticated features are what make it exceptional. The Akiles DuoMac C41ECI features die disengagement pins which make this machine versatile and capable of punching differently sized holes. In one go, this Akiles electric coil binding machine can punch up to 20 sheets of 20 lbs. paper with a special 4:1 coil punch die. Some of the most coveted features of DuoMac C41ECI include foot-switch, built-in electric coil inserter, coil crimpers, a continuous punching guide, a coil selector, open punching throat and side margin control. This amazing machine also features 4:1 Pitch Coil Pattern capable of punching up to 43 holes (.250 Pitch).
|Product Name||Akiles DuoMac C41ECI Electric Coil Binding Equipment|
|Punch Length (inches)||14|
|Punch Pitch||4:1, 9/16|
|Paper Punch Volume (lbs.)||20|
|Binding Operation||Electric (Coil) & Manual (Comb)|
|Binding Type||Coil Binding|
|Binding Capacity (Diameter")||Comb (1/4 - 2) , Coil (1/8 - 1-7/8)|
|Binding Capacity (Sheets)||Comb (30 - 425), Coil (25 - 450)|
|Number of pitches||2|
|Paper Size||Legal Size|
|Punch Hole Size (mm)||4|
|Included Accessories||Coil Crimpers With Any Coil Combination & Comb Spreader With Any Comb Combination|
|Country of Origin||Taiwan|
|Disengageable Pins||Comb (54) , Coil (5)|
|Punch Hole Shape||Round|
|Number of Holes||53|
|Punching Capacity (Sheets)||20|
Q1) What is coil binding and why should it be preferred?
Coil binding is same as the spiral binding. In this you can thread plastic coils through the holes of the document till the end. As a result you will give them a professional and a unique look. For regular use this binding method is perfect as it can be conducted electrically as well as manually.
Q2) What is meant by pitch that are usually stated as 2:1, 3:1, 4:1 and 5:1?
The pitch actually refers to the number of holes per inch.
Q3) What should I do to stop the coil from spinning out of the document?
For this you will have to buy a coil crimper which will cut off the extra coil in the end and will bend it too. This will prevent the coil from spinning out of the document.
Q4) What pitch is best for coil binding?
4:1 pitch hole pattern is commonly used as it allows to bind more sheets. Also this pattern does not give a tight look as the 5:1 pitch hole which is perfect for thin documents.