Tools needed are pretty simple:
either: Elmer's School Glue with a
Glue Tip ( I got mine here)
Or: Roxanne Glue Baste It (you can find this at most quilt shops)
And: Your iron (no steam)
Sew your binding to the front of your quilt as you usually do and join the ends. (I cut my binding 2 1/4" and stitch it at 1/4".) (You can also "baste" your binding to your quilt with the glue and your iron before sewing.)
add dots or small line of glue
press for 3 - 5 seconds
back of quilt after binding is glued and pressed
I pulled it apart a little so you could see the stitching.
You are finished. Here is the back of the quilt. The glue washes right out when you wash your quilt.
Here is a link to another method of machine binding that I use: http://maryonlakepulaski.blogspot.com/2011/05/binding-is-it-by-machine-or-is-it-by.html
Please let me know if you have questions on either method - I'd be happy to answer them.