The GBC ProClick P210e is a great binding system for a medium to large office. It functions as an all-in-one punching, binding, and editing device. Here is a look at how to use the ProClick P210e.
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Welcome to MyBinding video. Today we’re looking at the ProClick 210e by GBC, an electronic ProClick punch and binding machine. Built for medium to large offices, the P210e is a great complete binding system. Step-by-step, let’s watch it in action.
Turn it on with the power switch in the back, let’s begin with the covers. Place them into the throat of the machine. Use the tray to make adjustments for either 11 inch or oversized documents. Place them flat and flush and press the button. Continue to punch through the rest of the sheets for your entire project. And all the punched chips can be removed from the tray in the back right. When all punched and assembled, you’re ready for the binding.
Place the ProClick spine into the hooks on the top of the machine. It’s a little tricky at first, but you’ll get used to it. Be sure to get that spine all the way underneath the nibs. Before you thread your project onto the teeth of the spine, there’s a little trick that helps to hide the seam in the finished product. Bring the last page around so that the back of the back faces the front of the front. And then thread your project over the teeth of the spine. It’s all set, it’s time to close. This is where that little black plastic tool comes into play. Place your project on a flat surface. Use the spine closer to close all the teeth by running it along the entire spine while putting pressure on the back end. And because of the little trick we did earlier, the seam of the spine is hidden between the back page and the back cover.
Should you need to make an edit or add a sheet last minute, ProClick spines are designed for editing at ease. The spine closer tool doubles as a spine opener. Simply insert the triangular end in, slide it all the way the length of the spine, everything pops open. You can either disassemble your entire project and make lots of edits or just remove the pages that you need to place in your new one. Punch holes into the new pages, add them into your project, and reuse the same spine again. Place it into the machine, thread your project on, and close it with the tool. It’s that simple.
So there it is. Binding and editing with the GBC ProClick P210e. For more demos and reviews of this product and many more, check out MyBinding.com.