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Difference between Flatbed Laminator and Roll to Roll Laminator

2023-09-14 16:26:30

LF1325-B4 Flatbed laminator and roll-to-roll laminators are two different types of laminating machines with their own distinct features and purposes.

LF1325-B4 Flatbed Laminator:
A LF1325-B4 flatbed laminator, as the name suggests, has a flat surface where the materials to be laminated are placed. The laminating film or pouch is applied onto the material manually or with the help of a motorized roller. It is commonly used for smaller and irregularly shaped items such as ID cards, photographs, small signs, and documents that require precision and control during the lamination process.

LF1325-B4 Flatbed Applicator (1.3*2.5m)
Model: LF1325-B4 Flatbed Applicator
Max Lamination Width: 1300mm/51.18″
Max Lamination Length: 2500mm/98.42″
Max Lamination Thickness: 50mm/1.96”
Lamination Temp: 0~60°C/0~140°F
Roller Up and Down: Pneumatic Pressure.

– Suitable for laminating various sizes and shapes of materials.
– Offers precise, controlled lamination.
– Ideal for small-scale or individual lamination needs.
– Can handle thicker materials.

– May not be suitable for large-scale production.
– Manual operation can be time-consuming for bulk lamination needs.

LF1700-D4 Roll-to-Roll Laminator:
A LF1700-D4 roll-to-roll laminator operates by feeding materials from a roll through the machine for continuous lamination. The material is automatically guided through the laminating process and comes out laminated on the other side. This type of LF1700-D4 laminator is commonly used for larger items such as posters, banners, labels, and continuous prints.

LF1700-D4 Auto Laminator (8 m/min)
Model: LF1700-D4 Automatic Roll Laminator
Rear Trimmer: 3 Pcs
Max Lamination Width: 1630mm/64″
Lamination Temp: 0~60°C/0~140°F
Max Lamination Speed: 8 M/Minute
Roller Up and Down: Pneumatic Pressure

– Well-suited for large-scale production and high-volume lamination.
– Provides efficient and faster laminating speeds.
– Automatic feeding and continuous laminating save time and effort.
– Ideal for roll-based materials such as vinyl, fabric, and paper.

– Limited in terms of material size and shape variations.
– Less precise compared to LF1325-B4 Flatbed laminator.
– May not be suitable for individual or small-scale lamination needs.

In summary, LF1325-B4 Flatbed laminator offer more flexibility and precision for smaller and irregularly shaped materials, while LF1700-D4 roll-to-roll laminators are designed for high-volume and continuous lamination of larger items. The choice between the two depends on the specific requirements and scale of the laminating project.

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