Unibind Machines use a patented thermal binding process called SteelBinding. No other company offers the same product in the market. Unibind machines are designed specifically to perform a thermal binding process that used heat to melt the patented SteelBinding binding channel. Developed by Peleman Industries, Unibind machines are perfect for creating high-end printed presentation material without having to outsource the process to binderies or printers. Unibind machines are offered in a range of sizes that start with a basic heat binding machine and evolve to machines that can bind multiple hardcover books with a 340pg capacity.
How to use a Unibind machine
Follow these simple instructions to learn how to use a Unibind machine and get the most from your binging system. First, power on the machine by plugging it in. The UniBinder 60 and UniBinder 120 models do not have an on/off switch. They are always ready-to-go when the unit is plugged in. The UniBinder 8.2 and 8.1 have an on/off switch next to the power supply. This is how to use a Unibind machine; first, gather your pages and place them neatly inside your desired Unibind cover. Next, place your document on the Unibind machine's heating element, with the metal spine side down. You will hear a click and a red light will indicate that the machine is binding. The light will turn green when the heating cycle is complete, and now you can move the document to the crimping tray or cooling tray. Let the document sit for at least a minute to allow the glue to set.