We’ve had several requests in the past for GBC ProClick spines and now we can proudly say, “Sure, we can get those to you!” Both the loose ProClick Easy-Editing spines and the ProClick Pronto cartridges are now available from CFS.
What is ProClick you ask? It’s a binding method developed by General Binding Corp that allows you to open and close it for editing your booklets without the need for a machine. To me, it looks like a hybrid cross between plastic comb and double loop wire binding. Each of the 32 rings that pass through your pages is hinged and has a concealed locking tab that, well… clicks together. Conveniently, almost as if by design, ProClick splines fit the standard 3:1 pitch, 32-hole punch pattern created by double loop wire binding machines.
In the next few days we’ll also be adding ProClick binding machines by GBC to help speed along your ProClick booklet binding.
Got a question about this binding method? Ask away in the comments below, we’d love to hear from you.