Coil Binder Makes In-plant a 'Hero'January 2013 By Chris Bauer
Burns adds that he chose the Coilmaster Jr. because it could handle round holes, while competing machines were only designed to handle oval holes. He also remembers watching two different coiling machines being demonstrated at a trade show.
“That was the tipping point,” Burns says. The Coilmaster Jr. seemed easy to use and the demonstrator was “just rattling through the books,” he recalls. Meanwhile, he saw a competing machine continually “bind up.”
“It was a clear choice,” he concludes.