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- Hi there: We are a printing company. We routinely bind booklets that include a fairly heavy cover stock and various weights of text weight paper of up to 100 pound stock interior pages. Usually all of the paper is gloss coated. What gangster units would be most applicable to this application? Thank you!
The Expert: - For booklet applications the R106E Gangster is the correct stapler package. For heavier weight papers and glossy [hard] papers we suggest the R106E Gangster fitted with 44-series heads (With Gang Plank). The 44 head uses a heavier 24 gauge staple in place of the 26 gauge staple used by the standard 66-series head.
- Hi! We have a Rapid 105E Stapler and are having trouble stapling 16 pages. We are using the 66/6 210 staples. Is there a way I can use bigger staples in the machine to get a more solid staple? Thanks!
The Expert: - What is the type of the paper being stapled? Is it standard bond, or heavier card/cover stock? Also, are you using standard 210/6 1/4" staples presently?
If you are stapling up to 20 sheets of standard bond paper, the recommended staple is the 210/6 Electric Blue streak staple. A standard 210/6 staple will tend to buckle if used in the R105E to staple more than a few sheets.
If you are stapling heavier card stock, there is a 44-series
staple head available for the R105E. It allow the use of heavier
24G staples. The 44 head is a direct interchange for the 66/6-8 head
presently in your stapler. Its price is $90.65.
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