The laminating process of an automatic roll laminator typically involves the following steps:
Load the lamination film roll: The operator will load the laminating film roll onto the machine, ensuring that the film is properly aligned and free from wrinkles or creases.
Adjust the settings: The operator will set the laminating temperature, speed, and pressure according to the type and thickness of the materials being laminated.
Feed the materials: The operator will feed the print or other materials to be laminated into the machine, ensuring that it is aligned and straight.
Model: LF1700-D1 Automatic Roll Laminator
Rear Trimmer: 3 Pcs
Max Lamination Width: 1630mm/64″
Lamination Temp: 0~60°C/0~140°F (0~120°C/0~248°F Optional)
Max Lamination Speed: 18 M/Minute
Roller Up and Down: Pneumatic Pressure
LeFu LF1700-D1 Automatic Roll Laminator Can Avoid Any Bubbles and Folds during Lamination. Up and Down Roller use Silicon and Solid Seamless Steel Tube. Silicon Roller Has Long Time Service Life under High Temperature Lamination.
Lamination: The machine will automatically laminate the materials using heated rollers to apply pressure and activate the adhesive on the laminating film.
Cut and trim: After the lamination process is complete, the machine will automatically cut and trim the laminated material to the desired size.
Output: The finished laminated item is ejected from the machine and can be collected by the operator.
It is important to note that the specific steps of the laminating process may vary depending on the type and model of the automatic roll laminator being used.