Jeff McRitchie

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A Guide to the Most Common Types of Fiber Optic Connectors

08th June 2012
Unlike Category-5 network cables, which have a standardized connector setup, fiber optic cables can employ any number of connector schemes in order to make connections with patch panels, switch boxes, and the various network implements that comprise a dat... Read >

The Differences Between VGA, S-Video, and Composite Video

08th June 2012
Though mostly superseded in the past decade by digital video connectors that can handle more data and provide a clearer picture, analog video connectors are still employed on numerous legacy devices and still form an integral portion of many video display... Read >

How to Get the Most Out of Your Three-Ring Binders

12th April 2012
Three-ring binders are perfect for document storage and they can also make a good impression during important meetings. Using three-ring binders is easy - after all, most people start using them in junior high school - but there are a number of things you... Read >

How to Enhance Your Documents with Decorative Foil

05th April 2012
Have you ever wanted to make your documents stand out by enhancing them with foil? If so, you'll be glad to know that using foil is surprisingly easy and you can apply it to your work with a pouch laminator. Foil fusing can add a bit of class to your lett... Read >

How to Use the GBC HeatSeal H220 Pouch Laminator

16th March 2012
If you need to protect your documents, using a pouch laminator is one of the best ways to achieve it. The GBC HeatSeal H220 is one machine that can definitely help you with this task. This laminator looks sleek and has an easy-to-read user interface, maki... Read >

How to Use the GBC BindMate Comb Binding Machine

15th March 2012
GBC makes some of the most popular binding machines on the market. In fact, the company's name is more or less synonymous with document finishing, especially comb binding. One of GBC's most innovative comb binding machines is the BindMate. It's a small de... Read >

Hardcover Books: How to Make Your Own

01st April 2011
If you've ever wanted to make your own hardcover books, you'll be glad to know that it's actually pretty easy to do. All you need is the right materials, a thermal binding machine, a cold laminator, and some instructions. This article will guide you throu... Read >

Frequently Asked Questions About the Fellowes EXL 45-2 Laminator

30th March 2011
People always have questions about document finishing machines and supplies. This is especially true when it comes to pouch laminators. We get a lot of questions about the Fellowes EXL 45-2 which is one of the smallest laminators on the market. Here are s... Read >

Paper Handling Equipment: What the Term Means

25th March 2011
If you've ever seen the term "paper handling equipment" you've probably wondered what it meant. Paper handling equipment consists of a lot of different devices that are used to prepare and finish off documents. This category includes cutting tools (such a... Read >

An Introduction to GBC Badgemates

21st March 2011
The General Binding Corporation, GBC, is known for high quality binding machines, shredders, and laminators. However, their superior craftsmanship is also applied to ID badges and supplies. Their line of Badgemates provides a selection of ID making items ... Read >

The Advantages of Cold Lamination

17th March 2011
Over the years, laminators have most often become associated hot melting plastic that covers and protects a variety of materials. We think of big roll laminator machines seen in schools or the small devices used to create ID badges and driver's licenses. ... Read >

Do You Need A Multimedia Shredder?

10th March 2011
In any office, a paper shredder has become a necessary, even legally required, piece of equipment. Not having one could pose a security risk. But what about a multimedia shredder? While they are convenient, not every office needs one. Read on to figure ou... Read >

Reviewing the Drytac ML25 Manual Cold Laminator

19th August 2010
When it comes to laminators there are really only two kinds: hot and cold. Both have their advantages and disadvantages, but if you're looking for a cold one, you should consider the Drytac ML25. It's a manual device that's great for a number of uses. Her... Read >

The Strengths and Weaknesses of the Drytac JM26 Electric Cold Laminator

19th August 2010
Cold lamination is a terrific way to strengthen your documents while also protecting them. You can even create visual aids for a variety of uses. One cold laminator to check out is Drytac's JM26. Let's take a look at its strengths and weaknesses. Strength... Read >

Reviewing the GBC HeatSeal H320 Laminator

11th June 2010
Do you need to produce professional-looking laminated documents in a hurry? If so, you'll want to check out the super fast GBC HeatSeal H320 Laminator. Here's what you need to know about this device to decide if it's the right laminator for you. The H32... Read >
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