Roll laminator can also be used to protect and preserve a car sticker in a similar way as a pouch laminator. Here are the steps to use a roll laminator for your car sticker:
Print out your desired car sticker design on vinyl paper.
Cut out the sticker design using a cutting machine or scissors.
Preheat your roll laminator and adjust the temperature according to the thickness of the vinyl paper.
Place the sticker design on a carrier sheet or backing material, which is then fed into the laminator machine.
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
LF1700-D4 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.
Feed the carrier sheet with the sticker design into the laminator, making sure it is aligned correctly.
Allow the laminator to seal the sticker design using the laminating film.
Once the sticker design has been laminated, trim any excess laminating film around the design using scissors.
Peel off the carrier sheet from the back of the car sticker.
Apply the car sticker on the car’s surface, and smooth out any air bubbles that may occur.
By following these instructions, you can effectively protect your car sticker from environmental damage, making it more durable and long-lasting. It’s important to ensure that the laminator machine you are using is suitable for laminating vinyl paper, and always follow the manufacturer’s instructions for safe and proper use.