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In the first section to this guide, we looked at the different types of binders and document boxes and how to assemble a lay flat document box. We will now take a greater look into assembling a lay flat ring binder which you can assemble yourself to save both time and space.
Should you wish to be ordering this sort of product in bulk, it can be very costly in terms of space to have all these binders fully assembled in storage if you do not need them all straight away. Duraweld offers this option for their document boxes and ring binders. Document boxes make a great alternative to box files and flat ones can be stored ready to assemble when you have archiving to do.
This section will look at the different types of holes in your ring binder, how many holes you might need depending on your specific uses and caring for your ring binders.
This may seem a simple thing to do, but the variety of different choices on offer these days can make such a simple task seem a bit overwhelming, especially when you are buying larger quantities of stationery/office supplies. There are several things to consider to come to the best decision for you about which folders or ring binders you will need.
Today was scheduled to be ring binder guru, The Stationery Sage’s first trip to Manchester. The fictional character, depicted by a seated man with a coloured halo, was created by Duraweld Limited to embody the Duraweld commitment to give their customers helpful friendly advice.
Vinyl becomes hard and brittle when exposed to cold. So much so, that the material may actually crack or split if knocked. This effect is called ‘cold crack’ and the possibility of it happening rises when ring binders, or other vinyl products, are left in cold temperatures for an extended period of time. The binders chill, and if they are dropped or knocked when still frozen, they break. If the binders are allowed to warm up for a few hours before moving them, they should be fine.