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Welcome to MyBinding presentation. Lets take a look at the BookletMac, a semi-automatic booklet maker by Akiles.
Super easy controls right here on the top of the machine areall you need to operate the BookletMac. Two dials on the topal...
With your settings all in place and locked down, its time to                       fold and staple.
With your packets ready to go, jog them into place so theyre                     nice and square.
Selecting the manual setting allows you to decide when the                      machine starts.
Your packet will just slide right into place,
hit the manual start button, and the machine does its work,
folding and stapling perfectly,
two staples right on the fold.
By selecting automatic mode, the machine will process each       packet as you slide it in, up to 800 booklets of         ...
Should you have a need for stapling only and not folding, asmall lever on the left hand side of the machine is pulled out ...
The staples are centered and punched clear through.
The BookletMac is versatile. A turn dial on the back of themachine and a graph on the front allow you to set for legal,   ...
Speed and consistency do not change      no matter what the size.
Its virtually maintenance-free and changing the staples                 is as easy as lifting the lid
and loading them in.
Thats it, its that quick and simple to make many booklets                 with the BookletMac by Akiles.
For more demos, reviews, and how-tos on this product and         many more, check out MyBinding.com.
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http://www.MyBinding.com brings you this demonstration of the Akiles BookletMac, a semi-automatic booklet maker. This device efficient device is simple to operate and works well in both manual and automatic modes. For more details and product specifications, please visit:

http://www.mybinding.com/.sc/ms/dd/ee/2062/Akiles-BookletMac-Semi-Automatic-Booklet-Maker

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  • Welcome to MyBinding presentation. Let's take a look at the BookletMac, a semi-automatic booklet maker by Akiles.
  • Super easy controls right here on the top of the machine are all you need to operate the BookletMac. Two dials on the top allow you to set the guide so it's consistent for every project.
  • With your settings all in place and locked down, it's time to fold and staple.
  • With your packets ready to go, jog them into place so they're nice and square.
  • Selecting the manual setting allows you to decide when the machine starts.
  • Your packet will just slide right into place,
  • hit the manual start button, and the machine does its work,
  • folding and stapling perfectly,
  • two staples right on the fold.
  • By selecting automatic mode, the machine will process each packet as you slide it in, up to 800 booklets of 80 pages per hour.
  • Should you have a need for stapling only and not folding, a small lever on the left hand side of the machine is pulled out and the folding unit is disengaged.
  • The staples are centered and punched clear through.
  • The BookletMac is versatile. A turn dial on the back of the machine and a graph on the front allow you to set for legal, letter, or any custom size you may need.
  • Speed and consistency do not change no matter what the size.
  • It's virtually maintenance-free and changing the staples is as easy as lifting the lid
  • and loading them in.
  • That's it, it's that quick and simple to make many booklets with the BookletMac by Akiles.
  • For more demos, reviews, and how-tos on this product and many more, check out MyBinding.com.
  • Transcript of "Akiles booklet mac semi automatic booklet maker demo"

    1. 1. Welcome to MyBinding presentation. Lets take a look at the BookletMac, a semi-automatic booklet maker by Akiles.
    2. 2. Super easy controls right here on the top of the machine areall you need to operate the BookletMac. Two dials on the topallow you to set the guide so its consistent for every project.
    3. 3. With your settings all in place and locked down, its time to fold and staple.
    4. 4. With your packets ready to go, jog them into place so theyre nice and square.
    5. 5. Selecting the manual setting allows you to decide when the machine starts.
    6. 6. Your packet will just slide right into place,
    7. 7. hit the manual start button, and the machine does its work,
    8. 8. folding and stapling perfectly,
    9. 9. two staples right on the fold.
    10. 10. By selecting automatic mode, the machine will process each packet as you slide it in, up to 800 booklets of 80 pages per hour.
    11. 11. Should you have a need for stapling only and not folding, asmall lever on the left hand side of the machine is pulled out and the folding unit is disengaged.
    12. 12. The staples are centered and punched clear through.
    13. 13. The BookletMac is versatile. A turn dial on the back of themachine and a graph on the front allow you to set for legal, letter, or any custom size you may need.
    14. 14. Speed and consistency do not change no matter what the size.
    15. 15. Its virtually maintenance-free and changing the staples is as easy as lifting the lid
    16. 16. and loading them in.
    17. 17. Thats it, its that quick and simple to make many booklets with the BookletMac by Akiles.
    18. 18. For more demos, reviews, and how-tos on this product and many more, check out MyBinding.com.
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