Re: Comb binding looseleaf?
I have an old document that is comb bound. The trouble is that
it barely fits in the largest size available, which is 2". The
doc really needs about 2-1/2". Further, the combs aren't really
sturdy enough for something that thick. I remember seeing a few
years ago looseleaf notebooks that had 19 comb-style rings
instead of the conventional 3 rings. However, I've looked and
looked and found nothing like that. Can anyone help?
Try Velobind. It isn't possible to change pages once they have been bound, however, all other aspects are superior to other methods I've found for heavy docs. Binding services are sometimes offered by the distributer of the machines. Here in Canada, Gestetner is one supplier.
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- Re: Comb binding looseleaf?, Meg Halter
Comb binding looseleaf?: From: Meg Halter
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