Bindomatic 5000 is the "Standard in Document Binding"
It suits all users from the smallest office to the largest. It can bind anything from 1 to 540 sheets of 80 gsm paper. And it will do 1 book at a time or up to 20 books in one single binding cycle.
School offices will use it for all their binding needs, producing policies, BOT reports or manuals. It can easily look after their archiving needs at the same time, e.g. binding each months invoice copies in a single folder.
School offices / Government bodies can either place it in their in-house copy centre or use it as a departmental document finisher.
Copy shops / Digital printers will use it to produce clients documents.
As you can see the award winning design of the Bindomatic blends into the office environment perfectly. When you combine the quality documentation that modern laser printers and photocopiers provide with the professional binding of the Bindomatic System you have the means to present your product and services in the most professional way possible.
Bindomatic 5000 is what we call "our standard machine" because it can look after the binding need of any size office. It is the most versatile and can bind anything from A5 to A3, 1 - 540 sheets (1080 Pages).
A BIG advantage with the Bindomatic Document Finishing Systems is that you can easily add, remove or replace pages at any time. (Some limitations apply.) Have a look under "Why use Bindomatic" to learn more about this feature.
Free-standing cooling rack and user instruction included. 3 Year warranty
Your Bindomatic system is always ready to use and don't need any setup or special preparations to do its job.
Just insert your freshly printed document into a Bindomatic cover, put it in the machine, wait for the beep and it is done.
The Bindomatic process is free of mess, and is quick and easy for your operators to use. Punch-binding is a much slower process which creates paper waste as a result of the punching operation.
Editing Bindomatic documents is a very simple process.
This makes the process particularly well suited to reference books, where pages containing dated information need to be replaced.
It takes only about 60 seconds to bind one or several documents on a Bindomatic thermal binding system, regardless of the thickness of the document! In contrast, a 'punch-bound' document must first be punched in sections small enough to fit into the punch machine, then manually fed onto a plastic or wire comb. The thicker the document, the more time it takes to bind. In addition, thermal binding allows several documents to be bound simultaneously, thereby making a dramatic saving in staff time and cost. Again in contrast, punch-binding is a labour intensive operation where each document has to be bound individually, thereby dramatically increasing staff time and cost.