How does lamination come about
What is laminating?
Laminating is the process of joining paper or carrier material and film.
With cold lamination, the film is coated with an adhesive that has normal adhesive properties at all temperatures. In the connection between paper and film, the adhesive acts like a double-sided adhesive tape. Depending on the size of the laminated prints, lamination can be done without a laminating or laminating machine.
The film is fixed on one side and slowly stuck onto the picture by spreading it evenly over the print.
no machines are required for lamination
one-sided lamination possible
the laminated product does not become stronger
the edge peels off faster
Before the laminate comes into contact with the paper, the laminate is heated to between 80 ° C and 120 ° C, depending on the laminate thickness and laminating machine. The heating creates an irreversible bond between the paper and the laminate. There are a few digital printing machines with silicone-containing inks that allow the laminate to peel off.
waterproof with foil edge
high strength (depending on the laminate thickness)
Single sided lamination:
The laminating film is only attached to one side of the paper. This is only possible with cold lamination. In the case of a hot laminate, the carrier material would roll. The one-sided lamination is used as a protective laminate - conditionally, this can also be a UV protective film.
The paper is pulled on from both sides with foil. Hot laminate is mainly used for this. The document is thus protected from both sides. The lamination is possible with a foil border or borderless.
Further processing options:
the laminated printed matter can have round or pointed corners
The laminated prints can be punched in large quantities with special drills
eyelets are also possible
special bracing for hanging up the laminated posters
Other trade names known on the market that can vary in type and function are, for example: Printsafe, Papersafe and Paperguard.
The laminating rolls are used on semi-automatic laminating machines or on fully automatic laminating lines. Large editions are processed fully automatically - in sizes from DIN A6 to DIN A1. The laminating rolls are available for posters up to a width of 140 cm (135 cm max. Paper format).
This option offers inexpensive lamination for small runs. The two foils are connected to one another approx. 1-2 mm on one side. The film is unfolded and the document is placed in the middle. After folding, the laminate film is let through a table laminator.
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