Wednesday, April 27, 2016

[uewlvzdn] Binder with plastic sleeves

A 3-ring binder with each paper page encased in a clear plastic sleeve seems to be a sturdy method of book binding, not requiring special tools or equipment.  (In contrast, putting three-hole punched paper directly into a binder is extremely fragile: almost analogous to the humorous write-only memory or write-many read-once memory.)

Of course, very expensive per page.

How long-lasting is it?  Potential issues: ink from the page transferring to the plastic sleeve.  Degradation of plastic sleeve.  Plastic becoming not clear.  Cracking or tearing around the binding holes on each sleeve.

Not available in sizes other than letter paper.

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