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We R Memory Keepers 71050-9- Sistema de encuadernación (A4) multicolor
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WE R MEMORY KEEPERS-Cinch Bindery Tool: Version 2. Bind your projects in 3 easy steps! Just punch holes, thread sheets, and cinch wire. The Cinch allows you to punch the perfect holes without measuring and your projects will lay flat while punching up to 20 sheets of copy paper at once! Bind from .325 up to 1.25 inch using double O wires or spiral binders (not included). Hole pitch: 2:1. This package contains one Cinch Bindery Tool measuring approximately 11-1/2x8x5 inches and instructions. Imported.
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Tips I have learned in the short time I have been using the Cinch:
1. Trust the guide on the left side and be sure your paper is lined up flush and parallel with it.
2. Make sure that the paper is pushed all the way to the back of the punching mechanism and check visually if you have any doubts.
3. Getting the wires closed takes practice. I have found it helpful to have some kind of support under the pages when closing the wires. A book of the correct depth will work. I read someone else's tip to first close the wires with the recommended diameter and then push again with a slightly smaller diameter setting. Even so, I have sometimes resorted to closing the wires further with my fingers, and I still do not always get perfectly rounded wires.
4. To avoid wasting ink as well as paper, punch your pages in advance of printing when possible.
5. Don't punch too many sheets at once, and be particularly careful with thicker paper.
6. Pay close attention to the instructions that come with your Cinch, and watch online videos if necessary.
In spite of these problems I am not sorry that I bought the Cinch, and I think that with practice and with what I have learned so far it will get easier to use.
For now, I will stick to this annoying piece of contraption because I don't have anything else I can use.
Update (12/6/2016): The more I use it, the more I hate it... I hate the binding system, I recommend finding something other than their wire binders, disc clips maybe. This feels more like a glorified hole puncher that is very inconvenient to use. I'm thinking I might explore other methods... probably an electric hole punch that can punch many holes like this, if they even make it. I just hate how the paper gets stuck and you have to spend so much time wriggling it out.