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We R Memory Keepers 71050-9- Sistema de encuadernación (A4) multicolor

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MarcaWe R Memory Keepers
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Número de pieza del fabricante71050-9
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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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Amazon.com: 4.3 de un máximo de 5 estrellas 98 opiniones
86 de 88 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Love, hate relationship 4 de enero de 2015
Por Sara B. Tarpley - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I have made a couple of photo books and several calendars with my Cinch. When it's good, it's very good; but when it's bad...The biggest problem I have had is with misalignment and misplacement. I couldn't figure out why I was getting misaligned holes on the long side of 8-1/2 by 11 inch paper. Then I realized that the slide that is not pulled out when you start punching that length was not pushing all the way in. It turns out that some of the punched bits of paper were stuck at the end and were causing a slight misalignment. Similarly I was having trouble pushing the paper all the way in and discovered that bits of paper were stuck at the back edge and were keeping paper from going as far into the punching mechanism as they should. This occurred even when the bin that holds the punched bits was not overly full. For this reason, I recommend keeping a good stack of scrap paper nearby and testing frequently as I used up a lot of expensive paper because of this problem. A straightened paper clip is useful for "unsticking" the Cinch.

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.
24 de 24 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great tool! 20 de marzo de 2016
Por Stephanie Jones - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I've loved this tool. It's easy to use and the possibilities are endless. It cuts right through chipboard and I've even cut felt with it to make a felt covered notebook. Fun tool to have.
11 de 12 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas I love it! 2 de abril de 2016
Por Amazon Customer - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I just purchased this machine. I received it last week.. Last year my daughter bought me the Zutter binding machine. I have used it for almost a year. I don't have much strength in either arms and using the lever to punch the holes was beginning to be too hard for me to manage. I researched the Cinch Bookbinding tool and read most of the reviews on it. I decided to take a chance and buy it. The Cinch is so very much easier to use. The hole punching bar is so wide and easy. I can use two hands if I need to. Which I don't. I can move it very easily with one hand. I have used it six times now and I couldn't be happier. The instructions are simple and very easy to follow. By the way whoever said you can't use the Zutter OWires with the Cinch was wrong. The six projects I just finished with the Cinch I used the Zutter Owires that I already had. They work perfectly. I find I like the round holes in stead of the square holes from the Zutter. All in all I would give this more stars if I could.
4 de 4 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas LOVE this Machine 26 de diciembre de 2015
Por kimpee1 - Publicado en Amazon.com
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LOVE this Machine! I had an older GBC binding machine years ago that I couldn't bring with me when we moved cross country. I wanted to make journals and so after a lot of research I decided to try the Cinch. I love the way it works, it isn't as large as my old machine and I like the wire binding better than the GBC. I've already made 5 journals and plan to sell them. There's also lots of Youtube videos that show you how to use it and give you ideas of all the things you can make with it. I'm a happy customer!
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2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas I don't like this, but there are not many suitable alternatives 25 de julio de 2016
Por AmznAddict - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I'm not crazy about this product at all. I bought this so I could make my own journals and make journals for friends, but I had a ton of difficulty using this product. My biggest problem is the fact that it is not obvious when your stack of sheets has been pushed all the way back. I've had to throw away many pages because the machine gives you resistance so you think the stack has hit all the way in the back, making you believe it is safe to punch the holes and have them be aligned. Because you can't punch through all the holes you need for half-letter sized pages, you will end up with misaligned holes if you are not careful. Also, if you are punching chipboard (for hardcover books), the holes get stuck inside very easily and you will end up with misaligned holes. Finally, once you punch through a stack of sheets, the paper will often get stuck. You have to very carefully wiggle out the stack, which means it will take a very long time to do a whole book.

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.