Stitching Wire #24, 5 lb. Spool


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    The Right Size Stitching Wire for the Job:

    The majority of the stitching wire used in today’s binderies and in-line stitching operations is 24 and 25 gauge. The difference in size from 24 Gauge (.023”) to 25 gauge (.0204”) is .0026”. This small amount may seem insignificant, but means a lot in terms of yield.

    A 24 Gauge wire has 8,496 inches per pound of wire and 25 Gauge has 10,800 inches per pound. This amounts to a 21.3% difference in product yield, which translates into 21.3% more staples if you use 25 Gauge over 24 Gauge. In simpler terms if you imagine a staple or stitch being 1 inch, you would have 2,304 more staples by using the 25 Gauge wire over 24 Gauge

    Choose the right wire for the job.

    25 gauge stitching wire’s recommended thickness of work is 1/16 to 7/32 of an inch

    24 gauge stitching wire’s recommended thickness of work is 1/16 – ¼ of an inch

    These are only suggestions as paper type, density, coatings, and stitcher set up can change the stitching wire size required.

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