The process of applying a polyester film on the surface of any document and binding the document to the film by heating the film that bears glue is known as laminating. When plastic coating is added to any item it becomes tear-proof and waterproof, since the laminating film encapsulates the item completely by being bonded to both its sides. The film when heated melts the glue coated on the film which oozes onto the porosity of the paper document so as to bind it to the film
Lamination machines can be used to preserve and protect a wide variety of documents between the sheets of laminating film. These machines are available in a wide range, from those specially designed for small offices to heavy-duty machines used in industrial settings or commercial purposes. The commercial types of these laminating machines come in many kinds of format sizes to meet the requirements of in-house graphic departments, business service centres, print shops, copy shops, and so on.
Two of the most common types of lamination machines are Pouch Laminating Machine and Roll-Roll Laminating Machine. For Pouch laminators pre-cut pouches of various sizes and thickness from ID card to A3 size are used whereas in a Roll Laminator, the film comes in continuous rolls of specified width, length and thicknesses.
Designed for flexibility, quality, and convenience, laminating machines have various features like adjustable control of heat, variable control of speed, adjustable tension, and automatic shut down.
Amongst the various supplies required for laminating, one of the most important is the film. They come in a wide range of varieties such as Matte and Clear. Matte film has a non-glare matte finish, which is highly suitable for reading material. The Clear film used in laminating is the most popular, since it provides a sheen finish and helps to enhance the colors.
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