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Re: [BKARTS] info wanted about hole puncher



Timothy Moore makes a wonderful one that costs $385. I got it when I started teaching a lot of workshops and love it. Never use it for binding single books though. Too much work to set up.

More info see: <http://www.timothymooretools.com/>.

p.

At 07:49 PM 2/21/2006, you wrote:
Hi, all...
I saw a signature hole puncher at a workshop, and would like to know
where I might get one...it had multiple holes where one could set
needles, to accurately punch holes in the folds of signatures, with each
signature being punched identically...
it was made of wood, and seemed really handy...
MJ


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