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In each office there is at least one stapler, which provides us with the ideal means of keeping many sheets of paper together, believing that many students have staplers at home. In fact, the earliest stapler is not a kind of office supplies, it is developed for the printing industry. Stapler, in addition to manual, as well as electric stapler, mainly for the product of the binding, forming. Electric stapler, can have a head, you can also long, long aligned. China's first multi-head electric stapler, is Da Fenbei electric stapler.
In each office there is at least one stapler, which provides us with the ideal means of keeping many sheets of paper together, believing that many students have staplers at home. In fact, the earliest stapler is not a kind of office supplies, it is developed for the printing industry. Stapler, in addition to manual, as well as electric stapler, mainly for the product of the binding, forming. Electric stapler, can have a head, you can also long, long aligned. China's first multi-head electric stapler, is Da Fenbei electric stapler.
The earliest use of the stapler may be King Louis XV. He used the staples are hand-crafted, printed on the royal logo, used to bind the royal documents together.
1868 Charles Gould (Charles Gould) won a wire stapler British patent. He made the material with wire, cut the wire into a certain length, the wire tip through the paper and then folded down. This is a direct prototyping of modern staplers.
In 1869,
Thomas Briggs, of Boston, Massachusetts, invented a machine that could serve. He founded a "Boston wire binding machine company" that manufactures and sells this machine. His machine rolled the wire and made it into a U-shaped, and then used it to nail the pages, and finally bent the book properly fixed. Briggs' initial stapler is quite complicated because it has so many steps to operate.
In 1894, he used a manufacturing process, the process of the first wire rolling and bending, made of a string of "U" -shaped staples. These nails can be put into a much simpler machine that can fit these nails into the paper. This machine is now the prototype of the stapler. Early "U" staple packs in paper, or individually loaded in staplers.
The use of staplers in the 1920s was gaining popularity, and at the time, the staples could have been glued to a long market.