Smead U-Clip Bonded File Fasteners

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Smead U-Clip Bonded File Fasteners

2" Capacity - Red/White - 100/ Box - View Complete Details

Product Number: SMD68260

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Smead U-Clip Bonded File Fasteners - Unique design allows folders to function like ring binders. Flexible fastener lets pages lie flat for easy viewing and copying. Heavy-duty plastic tubing bends as pages fold so adding and removing pages doesn't mean removing and replacing any of the other pages. Self-adhesive base attaches to any folder.

  • Unique design allows folders to function like ring binders.
  • Flexible fastener lets pages lie flat.
  • Plastic tubing bends as pages fold so adding and removing paper is easy.
  • Self-adhesive base attaches to any folder.
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    How does this work? Do you need to punch holes in the paper? What would you use to do given where the holes are on the page. Do the clips work without punching holes in the paper. Is there a way to get a sample. I have been pondering purchasing this for some time maybe 2 years, but do not understand how it works.
    Asked on 6/22/2015 by DLC from NC

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      The Smead U-Clip requires the pages be punched with a standard two-hole punch distance (2.75" center-to-center).

      Answered on 6/23/2015 by Adam from Columbus, Wisc.
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