Re: Thermal Binding (Carol Schaafsma) Ann Ercelawn 03 Jan 1997 00:32 UTC
Date: Thu, 02 Jan 1997 10:10:53 -1000
From: Carol Schaafsma <carols@HAWAII.EDU>
Subject: Re: Thermal Binding (Rose LaJudice)
Comments: cc: Lynn A Davis <firstname.lastname@example.org>
We used a similar system several years ago and liked it very much BUT we
were forced to discontinue use because we could not provide the
ventilation which our campus OSHA officer said was required.
Unfortunately we could not find any proof that special ventilation was NOT
required (the difficulty of proving a negative!). If you have information
about a system which specifically doesn't require special ventilation, I'd
love to know about it. If not, just be sure that you are aware of the
> Date: Fri, 27 Dec 1996 16:12:00 -0800 (PST)
> From: "LaJudice, Rose" <rlajudic@HS1.BUFFALO.EDU>
> Subject: Thermal Binding
> I have some information about desk top thermal binding that you can do
> yourself. I thought it might be an alternative for newsletters and odds
> items we do not send to the bindery.
> One machine (349.00) can bind up to 1" and the other machine (799.00)
> naturally can bind up to 2".
> I was wondering if anyone else has such a system and if so what are some of
> the advantages and disadvantages.
> Thank you for you help.
> Rose M. LaJudice
Head, Collection Services Division
University of Hawaii Libraries