Reddit mentions: The best plier & clipper staplers

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Top Reddit comments about Plier & Clipper Staplers:

u/Lt_Birbington · 3 pointsr/socialism

Here's what I use for making my own comics/zines - it requires a bit of investment for tools, but once you're set up it's SUPER easy.

Scribus (open source) for layouts/typesettings

Adjustable length stapler

Paper slicer

If you make your booklets as a standard "fold in half and staple" type of book, then you won't even need the slicer, which can be a little pricey if you don't find it used. The hardest part is honestly just the setup to make sure that when you print and bind it, that the pages are all in the correct order. Feel free to send me a message if you have any questions. Good luck!

u/IAmVeryStupid · 2 pointsr/Flipping

I sell mostly vintage when it comes to books. I seal them in 100ga polyofelin shrink, cover in 5/16" bubble wrap, then roll
2" corrugated into a "box" around it, sealed with 3" 3.5mil tape lengthwise and 1/4" staples on the ends. If it is a really flimsy/flexible book, I will also put it between two sheets of matte board (this stuff, but I get it for free from CL/dumpsters/store closings/etc) before making the roll so that it won't bend.

u/-more_fool_me- · 2 pointsr/CrossStitch

I tried doing a basting stitch by hand for my first project with it, but it took hours and left me cramping up for days afterward. When starting my current project, I wound up getting frustrated and breaking out my long-reach stapler (pretty sure it's this one, but I'm not at home right now to check). It's working surprisingly well. I was afraid it'd tear the Aida if I put too much tension on it, but it's been on there close to six weeks and I haven't noticed any issues.

u/LouieKablooie · 1 pointr/CoolCollections

I've got one of the swing line ruler staplers, if you pay shipping I'll donate to your collection.

https://www.amazon.com/d/Office/Swingline-Stapler-Adjustable-Locking-S7034121P/B0006HUPRA