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KW-triO KW-trio-952 150-Sheet Heavy-Duty 2-Hole Punch

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Here what you are viewing is our high quality and durable KW-trio-952 150-Sheet Heavy-Duty 2-Hole Punch.Hole Punch has ample weight for its size, and a nice bottom to keep it from slipping. Unique design and legendary performance of th...
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Specifications:


  • 150-sheet hole punch ensures the confidence and control of a secure stiletto
  • Hole Punch has durable construction with a unique exterior style
  • Two Hole Punch has ample weight for its size, and a nice bottom to keep it from slipping
  • Unique design and legendary performance
  • Sheet Hole Punch offers the added versatility of pinning and tacking
  • Stiletto Thickness: 150 sheets
  • Hole Number: 2

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KW-triO KW-trio-952 150-Sheet Heavy-Duty 2-Hole Punch



  • Unique design and legendary performance. 150-sheet hole punch ensures the confidence and control of a secure stiletto

KW-triO KW-trio-952 150-Sheet Heavy-Duty 2-Hole Punch

KW-triO KW-trio-952 150-Sheet Heavy-Duty 2-Hole Punch


  • Two Hole Punch has ample weight for its size, and a nice bottom to keep it from slipping

 


Types of Hole Punches:


  • A hole punch is a piece of equipment that makes holes in paper, allowing documents to be conveniently stored in ring binders. The hole punch was invented in Germany in 1886 and today is a common fixture in offices and schools. The hole punch comes in a several different models which vary in the number of holes they punch, the number of sheets they can punch at one time, and the way they operate.

Manual Hole Punches


  • hole punch image by Christopher Hall from Fotolia.com Manual hole punches are more common than electric ones. You use a manual hole punch by inserting a few sheets of paper into a slot and applying pressure to the top handle until it clamps down on the paper and punches a hole in it.

Electric Hole Punches


  • An electric hole punch is operated with a push-button control. Electric punches are useful for tasks where many sheets of paper need to be punched throughout the day. Some of the pricier models feature a jam-clearing mechanism.

Four Hole Punches


  • The four hole punch is not as common and is mainly used to punch holes in paper that is placed into a four-ring binder. Some office supply stores sell four-hole extensions that can be attached to an existing two or three hole hole punch.

Three Hole Punches


  • Three hole paper punch image by Scott Williams from Fotolia.com The most popular type of punch is the three hole model. It is used to punch holes in paper for use in the ubiquitous three-ring binders. This type of punch is available in manual and electric models. Some three hole punches allow the punch heads to be adjusted by loosening a screw, sliding the head along a track, and tightening the screw to secure the head in place.

Two Hole Punches


  • Red hole puncher image by dana nicolescu from Fotolia.com Two hole punches are not as common as the three hole models, but they are widely used in the legal and medical professions, where two hole clipboards and clipboards are common. A two hole punch usually takes less effort to operate because less pressure is required to punch two holes than three or four.

Single Hole Punches


  • Hole punch image by robert mobley from Fotolia.com The single hole punch is typically used for custom punching and punching a single hole in the top corner of a stack of documents for convenient binding. Casinos use single punches to render decks of cards useless by punching a hole in each card. This prevents cheaters from substituting or marking cards from old decks

How to Sharpen a Hole Punch:


Any scrapbooker knows that hole punches are an invaluable resource. Whether you have a three-hole punch that you use to organize your pages, a single-hole punch or several dozen decorative punches in different shapes, you know how useful they are. You may also know how frustrating it is when your punches no longer do their job. Maybe you have punches that catch on the paper and leave ragged edges or punches that tear paper instead of punching through. Perhaps your punches refuse to cut any longer at all. In any case, don't worry. There is a simple way to sharpen your punches and avoid buying new ones


  • Clean your punches of paper scraps before you sharpen them. The scraps could be why your punches don't work, or if your punches are dull, paper scraps will prevent the punches from cutting the foil effectively
  • Choose scrap paper to test your sharpened punches. Pick the paper you use your punches on most often--for instance, if you punch through poster board all the time, don't pick typing paper as your test. If you punch many kinds of paper, choose a scrap piece of each type
  • Pull off a piece of aluminum foil. For a three-hole punch, make sure the foil is long enough to cover all three holes so the blades are sharpened easily. For one-hole and decorative punches, pull off enough to sharpen all the punches at once
  • Put the foil under the teeth of a three-hole punch, making sure it covers all three holes. Punch holes in the foil, then test the punch on scrap paper. If the punch is still dull, punch it through the foil several more times and test it again
  • Punch through the foil with a single-hole or decorative punch and test it on paper, as above. Remove the foil cut-out from the decorative punches before testing on paper so they do not interfere with your test

Package Included:


  • 1 x Hole Punch