1/5th Cut 3-Hole Punched Mylar Coated Straight Collated Copier Tabs (Sample Pack) - 50 Sheets

1/5th Cut 3-Hole Punched Mylar Coated Straight Collated Copier Tabs (Sample Pack) - 50 Sheets
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1/5th Cut 3-Hole Punched Mylar Coated Straight Collated Copier Tabs (Sample Pack) - 50 Sheets

Item #: 10SIXT5RC3HPS
Brand: Spiral
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Description

These straight collated copier tabs are the finest tabs in the industry for on-demand printing. These are Mylar coated tabs for added stength, Mylar is toner receptive. There are 5 tabs per set in this straight collated copier tab selection that have been pre-drilled in a 3 hole pattern. Print custom tabs on demand in high speed copiers or laser printers to organize and highlight bound documents. Make manuals easier to use, proposals more powerful, and information easier to find with straight collated tabs. They work with all leading copier/printers including Xerox, Canon, IBM, Ricoh, Heidelberg, Oce and others. Refer to the latest Tab Capable Equipment List for more details. They are the market leader with more variety, capabilities and experience than anyone. You can choose to have a reinforced edge for your copier tabs if you need but, please note that this added approximately 1 week to the production time. Every box of tabs is accurately cut and collated to ensure trouble free production. Straight collated tabs are boxed in space saving cases that ensure your products arrive clean and undamaged for easy loading into your printing device.

Specifications

Item #10SIXT5RC3HPS
ManufacturerSOUTHERN INDEX, INC.
Manufacturer Item #XT5RC3HPSAMPLE
Tab Size8.5" x 11" Body with 1/2" Tab Extension
Paper Weight90lb Index
Brightness92 Bright
CollationStraight Collated
Tab Cut1/5th Cut (5 tabs on 11 inch edge)
Punching3-hole
Tab CoatingToner receptive Mylar
Quantity50 Sheets

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