HOT LAMINATION





Hot laminators are probably the ones that you are most familiar with. Hot laminators work by heating an adhesive material and binding it to a surface. This is a very durable method of lamination and it is used in many different offices around the world. One of the major disadvantages of hot lamination is that the temperature of the machine can reach as much as 300 degrees Fahrenheit. Some materials can be damaged at such high temperatures, or colors may appear to fade out due to the high heat. Special protective covers and specific types of lamination pouches can help reduce this effect. Only specific materials should be used with a hot laminator.


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