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Fastback 9 - Types of binds
Fastback 9 - Types of binds
Fastback 9 - Types of binds
Fastback 9 - Types of binds
Fastback 9 - Types of binds
Fastback 9 - Types of binds
Fastback 9 - Types of binds
Fastback 9 - Types of binds
Fastback 9 - Types of binds
Fastback 9 - Types of binds
Fastback 9 - Types of binds
Fastback 9 - Types of binds
Fastback 9 - Types of binds
Fastback 9 - Types of binds
Fastback 9 - Types of binds
Fastback 9 - Types of binds
Fastback 9 - Types of binds
Fastback 9 - Types of binds
Fastback 9 - Types of binds
Fastback 9 - Types of binds
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Fastback 9 - Types of binds

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http://www.MyBinding.com brings you this demonstration of the Powis Parker Fastback 9. The Fastback 9 is an excellent thermal binding system that leaves your documents looking crisp and professional. …

http://www.MyBinding.com brings you this demonstration of the Powis Parker Fastback 9. The Fastback 9 is an excellent thermal binding system that leaves your documents looking crisp and professional. For more details and product specifications, please visit:

http://www.mybinding.com/.sc/ms/dd/ee/26663/Fastback-Model-9-Binding-Machine

Take a look and if you have any questions feel free to give us a call toll-free at 1-800-944-4573. We have a huge selection of binding machines, supplies, and more from Fastback. You can also find us online on Twitter, Facebook, and our blog.

Twitter - http://twitter.com/mybinding
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  • This is Fastback 9 helps from MyBinding.com. While one book cools and cures, you can work on another one, even a different size.
  • This presentation looks at different types of binds that can be done on the Fastback 9.
  • An LX medium size strip works the same way as an LX narrow.
  • squeeze,
  • and pull along the line to make your crease,
  • and slide it into the throat of the machine,
  • making sure the small side faces toward the back.
  • Then place your book in, jog it all together, and hit the go button.
  • Since the Fastback 9 treats each book individually, you can run as many different patterns and kinds as you like.
  • Next up is an LX comp strip matched with a comp cover.
  • Give it a squeeze, drag it along the edge, place it into the throat.
  • Put the book on top of the tape, jog it over, hit the go button, and you're all set.
  • And in about 30 seconds, you have a perfectly matching cover and bind with a leather look.
  • Image strips are very sharp-looking and make an impact and there are lots of designs to choose from.
  • Simply select "Image Strip" on the machine and you're all set to go.
  • Images are excellent for branding purposes, because pretty much any picture or logo or anything you'd like in any file format can be printed on these image strips.
  • And then these books bound will certainly make an impression.
  • The binding process the same as with LX strips except for this time the long flat strip goes in the back.
  • So, you've got lots to choose from. Happy binding. This is the Fastback 9.
  • For more demos, reviews, and how-tos, check out MyBinding.com.
  • Transcript

    • 1. This is Fastback 9 helps by MyBinding.com. While one book cools and cures, you can work on another one, even a different size.
    • 2. This presentation looks at different types of binds that can be done on the Fastback 9.
    • 3. An LX medium size strip works the same way as an LX narrow. Pinch,
    • 4. squeeze,
    • 5. and pull along the line to make your crease,
    • 6. and slide it into the throat of the machine,
    • 7. making sure the small side faces toward the back.
    • 8. Then place your book in, jog it all together, and hit the go button.
    • 9. Since the Fastback 9 treats each book individually, you can run as many different patterns and kinds as you like.
    • 10. Next up is an LX comp strip matched with a comp cover.
    • 11. Give it a squeeze, drag it along the edge, place it into the throat.
    • 12. Put the book on top of the tape, jog it over, hit the go button, and youre all set.
    • 13. And in about 30 seconds, you have a perfectly matching cover and bind with a leather look.
    • 14. Image strips are very sharp-looking and make animpact and there are lots of designs to choose from.
    • 15. Simply select "Image Strip" on the machine and youre all set to go.
    • 16. Images are excellent for branding purposes, because pretty much any picture or logo or anything youd like in any file format can be printed on these image strips.
    • 17. And then these books bound will certainly make an impression.
    • 18. The binding process the same as with LX strips except for this time the long flat strip goes in the back.
    • 19. So, youve got lots to choose from. Happy binding. This is the Fastback 9 .
    • 20. For more demos, reviews, and how-tos, check out MyBinding.com.

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