|Applicable Industries:||Manufacturing Plant,Machinery Repair Shops,Retail,Printing Shops,Advertising Company|
|Type:||hard cover maker machine|
|Place of Origin:||Guangdong China|
|Voltage:||220V single phase|
|After-sales Service Provided:||Video technical support,Online support|
|Item name:||SK-A 100K A3 book hard cover making machine|
|function:||making album cover machine|
|packing way:||wooden case|
|Selling Units:||Single item|
|Single package size:||94X64X34 cm|
|Single gross weight:||50 KG|
|Package Type:||Standard by export wooden case SK-A 100K A3 book hard cover making machine|
The SK-A 100K A3 book hard cover making machine takes use of the principle of reflection and refraction of light to position the cover at the central area, so one can see the position of the book spine clearly.
The positioning speed and precision is greatly improved.
There is also assistant sucking device under pressure to make the cover flat and not move, so there will be no air bubbles.
The cover, cardboard and central spine board can be adjusted and positioned accurately.
The adaptable thickness of cardboard is 0.5-6 mm.
Suitable for making hard cover books, CD and DVD boxes, ring binders, photo albums, restaurant menus, etc.
How to make hard cover (case book):
Step One: Insert your chipboard or card stock in the rotating arm of the machine and turn on the machine light.
Step Two: Print your image on inkjet printable back adhesive plastic sheet (If you don't have back adhesive plastic sheet, you can also use double-sided adhesive tape and stick on image). You can optionally laminate the sheet by using bopp film for protection. Peel off the pressure sensitive backing and lay the sheet face down on the machine table.
Step Three: Rotate the machine arm, which lowers the card stock onto the plastic sheet in the precise position. Trim the corners at 45 degrees and fold over the four edges.
Step Four: Run the cover through the laminator to cold pressure press out any paper bubbles or wrinkles. Your hard cover is now ready for binding!
Step Five: Place a hard cover fly-sheet on each side of your book block. Bind the book on a binding machine and then peel out the backing from the fly sheets. The inside chipboard is now covered. If you wish, you can pre-print on the inside of the cover fly-sheets to give your book that extra professional touch.
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