Today we have more Fastback 9 video helps for you! This video gives you an overview of the image strip. The image strip from Powis Parker allows you to have a custom spine printed with your image or logo that helps to brand your materials. Here we show you how it works and how to use it.
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Welcome to Fastback helps by MyBinding.com. Image strips give your projects a great-looking finish. Custom created image strips can help brand your company the way that you need. This video is designed to help you understand how the image strip works and how to use it properly.
All super strips for the Fastback 9 have grooves on the bottom that are adhesive, the largest of the grooves is where you make your crease. Pinch on the natural fold and slide your fingers all the way down. When you first get started, some people like to place it on a flat table to find your groove.
Using the top orange menu button, scroll through your selections until you find “Image Strip”. Then hit the green button for save. With the larger flap of the folded image strip, place it flat against the back of the machine. Keep in mind that your finished project will have the large flap on the front side of the book. So be sure to turn the book around with the front side toward the back as you load it onto the table. Press green for go, wait for the binding cycle to end and the screen to display “Remove Book”, and you’re all done, just wait for the book to cool. Because of the custom factor, image strips are a little more expensive to use but they make your projects look great.
Happy binding! This is the Fastback 9.