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These are common office tools that used to create holes in sheets of paper, often for the purpose of collecting the sheets in a binder or folder.
Note: When using either of the Paper Punches in modelling (e.g. to make card axle holders for working models), it is a good idea to hold them upside down so you an see exactly where the hole will be punched.
Features and Uses
|Two Hole Paper Punch||A common piece of office equipment used to punch holes in paper so that they can be held in a Ring Binder or Filofax type organiser. The mechanism is a good example of a Class 2 Lever.|
|Single Hole Paper Punch||These Pliers type devices can punch through thicker card and versions are available which punch out decorative shapes (e.g. sun, moon and stars). Pliers type tools are examples of Class 1 Levers.|