- Deli hole punch ensures the confidence and control of a secure stiletto
- Durable construction with a unique exterior style
- It has ample weight for its size, and a nice bottom to keep it from slipping
- Unique design and legendary performance
- Offers the added versatility of pinning and tacking
- Spe: 10pgs/80g
- Diameter: 6mm/0.23in
- Drilling Depth:9mm/0.38in
- The smooth top and sides of this heavy duty hole punch make itself become a comfortable up nail device to handle
- This paper hole punch is characterized by the durable construction with a unique exterior style
- This 4 hole punch has ample weight for its size, and a nice bottom to keep it from slipping
- Unique design and legendary performance of this 4 hole punch offers the added versatility of pinning and tacking
- Ensured the confidence and control of a secure stiletto, this Deli-0121 10Papers 4 Hole Punch is quite wise choice for you
The History of the Paper Punch
- A paper punch is a relatively simple device also called a hole punch, that is often found in the office or school room, that punches holes in paper.
- The purpose of the humble paper punch is to punch holes in paper, so that sheets of paper can be collected and stored in a binder. A paper punch is also commonly used to punch holes in paper tickets to prove admission or usage.
- The origins of the humble paper punch has yet to be determined, however we have found two early patents for the paper punch, a device that is designed to punch holes in paper.
The History of the Paper Punch - Benjamin Smith's Hole Punch
- In 1885, Benjamin Smith of Massachusetts invented an improved hole punch with spring-loaded receptacle to collect the clippings U.S. patent number 313027). Benjamin Smith called it the conductor's punch.
The History of the Paper Punch - Charles Brooks' Ticket Punch
- In 1893, Charles Brooks patented a paper punch called a ticket punch. It had a built-in receptacle on one of the jars to collect the round pieces of waste paper and prevent littering. View the full patent issued to Charles Brooks for his ticket punch.