Wide format lamination machines are used for laminating large documents, such as banners, displays, posters, and other signage. These machines can accommodate widths of up to 60 inches or more, making them ideal for wide format printing applications.
The lamination process involves using adhesive film to cover and protect the surface of the printed material. The machine applies heat and pressure to activate the adhesive, creating a durable and long-lasting protective layer that helps to prevent fading, scratches, and other damage.
When choosing a wide format lamination machine, it’s important to consider factors such as the type of laminating film that will be used, the thickness and width of the materials being laminated, and any additional features that may be needed, such as adjustable rollers or temperature controls.
Wide format lamination machines come in various types, including roll-to-roll laminators, pouch laminators, and flatbed laminators. Roll-to-roll lamination machines are commonly used for printing shops that require high-volume and continuous lamination of banners or other large media formats. Pouch laminators, on the other hand, are typically used for smaller documents and paper sizes. Flatbed laminators are ideal for laminating rigid materials such as foamboard or MDF.
Model: LF1700-D2 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: 28 M/Minute
Roller Up and Down: Pneumatic Pressure
LeFu LF1700-D2 Automatic Hot and Cold Laminator Max Lamination Width: 1630mm, Max Lamination Temp: 0~60°C/0~140°F (0~120°C/0~248°F Optional), Max lamination Speed: 28 M/Min.
In addition to the basic features like heat and pressure controls, some wide format lamination machines may have additional features like auto-feed mechanisms, adjustable speed, and cooling fans. The auto-feed mechanism allows for easier loading and unloading of media, while adjustable speed can help optimize the lamination process for different materials and finishes.
When using a wide format lamination machine, it is important to ensure proper maintenance and upkeep. This includes regular cleaning and inspection of rollers, replacement of worn parts, and monitoring of temperature and pressure settings. Following proper lamination procedures will help prolong the lifespan of the machine and ensure consistent and high-quality results.
Wide format lamination machine is an essential tool for printing businesses and marketing departments that require professional and durable printing solutions for their large-format media.