Loose and disorganised piles of paper are not compatible with an efficient workplace. In order to prepare documents for filing or reuse, they often need to be organised and bound. As a binding system in everyday office life, plastic binding has established itself as a cost-effective and uncomplicated binding method with which you can optimise your desk organisation. At SPRINTIS, you not only receive high-quality binding devices and binding spines for this purpose, but also comprehensive advice to help you find the right equipment for your needs.(This text has been machine translated.)
Production and uses of plastic bindings
Plastic bindings can be produced using plastic binding machines or spiral binding machines. The difference lies in the permanence of the binding: spiral binding machines produce permanent bindings. Documents created with a plastic binding machine can be opened and closed at a later date.
The areas of application for plastic binding are very extensive. It is ideal for creating scientific papers, dossiers, presentations, project reports and much more. But plastic binding can also be used in other areas, for example to create photo albums, recipe collections or calendars.
The high-performance binding machines from SPRINTIS offer excellent punching and binding capacity and can also produce thick plastic bindings cleanly. They also have practical additional functions, such as a removable waste bin for punching waste or a centring system that prevents skewed punching of paper. This ensures that your documents are visually perfect at all times.
Advantages of plastic binding
Plastic binding joins paper together in a fixed order and prevents individual pages from slipping or disappearing. You will find a large selection of plastic binding sp ines and spiral binding spines in our range. Both binding spines have their advantages: spiral binding spines allow the sheets to be turned through 360° flat to save space. Spiral binding is a durable and virtually indestructible binding (e.g. for school calendars). Classic plastic binding spines, on the other hand, can be opened and closed at a later date and are suitable for changeable content.
The right type of binding for the desired purpose
There are differences between the binding spines, particularly with regard to their areas of application and price ranges: brochures with a spiral binding spine can be folded particularly quietly and smoothly due to the spiral shape and smooth surface. They are therefore ideal for college notebooks and sheet music. Plastic binding spines, on the other hand, have a low purchase price and are above all financially lucrative. Due to the longevity and reusability of the binding spines, plastic binding guarantees an attractive price-performance ratio.
Customisation and formats
Documents bound with plastic binding look timeless, elegant and professional. In the SPRINTIS range, our customers can choose between many different diameters, lengths, colours and shapes of binding spines, whereby the diameter of a binding spine determines how many sheets it can bind. The length of the binding spine is based on the standard paper formats (A4, A5). The use of different colours enables our customers to individualise and categorise their plastic binding. This means that the binding documents can be organised and designed entirely according to your wishes. However, if something is missing from the existing range, SPRINTIS will always ensure a perfect result tailored to your needs with customised products!
As a SPRINTIS customer, you also benefit from fast 24-hour dispatch, fair conditions and excellent customer service at all times.(This text has been machine translated.)