The sliding mechanism of a binder typically refers to how the binder rings or clasps operate to open and close, allowing you to add or remove sheets of paper. While there are various types of binders available, the most common ones use one of the following mechanisms:
1. Ring Binders:Ring binders typically feature a series of rings, commonly known as binder rings or binder spines, that hold the sheets of paper together.The rings are often made of metal, such as steel or nickel-plated steel, for durability and strength.The sliding mechanism is facilitated by a lever or a trigger positioned along the binder's spine. The exact location may vary depending on the binder design.When you engage the sliding mechanism by pulling or pushing the lever or trigger, it triggers the release of a latch mechanism connected to the rings.As the latch is released, the rings open up, allowing you to insert or remove sheets of paper.Once the desired papers are in place, you can close the rings by pushing them together until they snap shut, securing the contents of the binder.
2. Lever Arch Binders:Lever arch binders employ a lever mechanism that operates a clasp and an arch-shaped metal bar to hold the papers.At the bottom of the binder's spine, there is a lever handle that you can pull upward.As you pull the lever, it releases the clasp mechanism inside the binder, disengaging it from the metal bar.With the clasp released, the metal bar swings open, creating a gap to add or remove sheets of paper.After inserting or removing the desired papers, you push the lever handle downward, causing the clasp to engage the metal bar tightly.This action closes the bar, securing the papers between the arch and the binder's covers.
3. Post Binders:Post binders utilize metal posts or rods that pass through holes punched in the paper.The sliding mechanism involves the removal and insertion of a top cap attached to the post.To open the binder, you unscrew and remove the top cap from the post, which relieves the pressure holding the papers together.Once the cap is removed, you can freely add or remove sheets of paper.To secure the contents, you slide the cap back onto the post and tighten it by screwing it down firmly.The pressure exerted by the cap compresses the papers between the cap and the binder's base, keeping them in place.
It's important to note that while these sliding mechanisms are commonly used, there may be other types of binders or variations that Plastic Slide Binder manufacturers
employ different mechanisms for securing and manipulating the contents. The design and operation can vary across different binder brands and models.
PLASTIC BINDING STRIP/ SLIDE BINDER
COLOR: Black/ White/ Clear/ Colorful.
SPEC: 4-16mm, usual 4mm/6mm/8mm/10mm/12mm, Triangle/ Round back.
SIZE: 297mm/310mm (others can be customized)
PACKING: White corrugated box/ Color box/ in bulk.