The Cinch Book Binding Machine, Version 2 by We R Memory Keepers | Teal and Gray
- PUNCH PERFECT HOLES WITHOUT MEASURING: Bind any size project using alignment pegs and customizable hole-punch knobs.
- NO PROJECT IS TOO BIG OR TOO SMALL: Punch a single sheet or up to 20 sheets of lightweight paper at one time.
- VERSITILE: Create everything from scrapbooks, mini books, school projects, journals, gifts and so much more.
- BIND PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS INEXPENSIVLEY: Create that professional look at a fraction of the cost.
- BINDINGS ADD AN ELEGANT TOUCH TO ANY PROJECT: The Cinch cuts perfect holes for use with any size binding wire .325-1.25 inch. All sizes of We R Memory Keepers Binding Wire available on Amazon, sold separately.
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The Cinch Book Binding Machine by We R Memory Keepers makes booking binding quick, easy and affordable. It is the best binding tool on the market for home, school and office projects. Punch perfect holes with customizable hole spacing on any size project. The Cinch is great for making mini albums, recipe books, presentations and more. Find out for yourself why scrap bookers, crafters and mix media artists are trading in their old binding systems for the Cinch.
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Oh yes there is a learning curve. So if the holes you punch are not completely centered, which will sometimes happen, flip the back cover before punching, when you put it on it will match perfectly. No mismatch covers.
I always use paper that is 1/4inch smaller than the cover. This means that the pages won't bulge. I move the pages in 1/8inch when punching so they will line up with the cover.
I hope these tips help!
I have made several journals, I have attached pictures.
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.