Cold laminators use a pressure-sensitive adhesive that does not need to be heated. The laminators use rollers that push the sheets of lamination together. Cold laminators are faster and easier to use than hot laminators, and they are safe for nearly all flat items. For sign shops, architects, document houses and commercial print shops a wide format cold laminator is a necessity.
How to assemble Cold Manual Laminator?
How to use Manual Cold Laminator?
AUTO WARM LAMINATOR
Typhoon E Warm series is an entry-level full-auto roll to roll warm assist model with ABS tooling side cover construction; the precise CNC metal cutting program secure align laminating and excellent finishing; Ideal for broad format laminating or mounting applications.
This 63" Full - auto Wide Format Roll Heat Assisted Laminator with Stand is ideal for pre - masking vinyl graphics, mounting prints on substrate, over laminating inkjet prints, and other applications. The heated laminator is used after printing. Available for photographic, advertising, and copy shop lamination work, including putting a protective coating to book covers, photographs, color pages, papers, charts, drawings, indoor advertising items, and so on. Full - auto laminator machine (automatic take - up roll for both printed pictures and back paper by one person), with electric single sided roll laminating and mounting features.
Flatbed laminator is suited for one person to laminate on paper sheets or mount on rigid substrates such as KT board, acrylic aluminum composite panel, wooden board, and so on. The roller may be raised or lowered with ease using an air compressor. What you need to do is run the roller with one hand while peeling off the liner with the other; it simplifies laminating and mounting.
Pneumatically controlled roller that automatically adjusts to different substrates.
Flatbed worktable with a one-of-a-kind self-healing cutting mat.
Roll holder for pre-masking tape and laminate on the gliding beam.
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