Spiel Associates's Sterling Coilmaster III plastic coil binding system creates plastic coil from plastic filament, automatically inserting it into the book from the first hole onwards and then automatically cutting and crimping. This machine eliminates the need to store plastic coil. The cost savings of producing 12-inch lengths of coil from filament is more than 50 percent, reports the company. The Coilmaster III incorporates the latest advances in automatic plastic coil binding, including an angled roller for speedy jam free binding, a spreading device that allows for any size margin, and the ability to bind books with any pitch with round or oval holes. The Coilmaster III delivers the capability of binding books up to 40 mm in diameter at speeds of up to 700 books per hour.