Monthly Archives: July 2013

Foil Lamination Services

Foil lamination consists of combining a sheet of aluminum foil with one or more other materials, such as paper and plastic films, using an adhesive, pressure, and heat for controlling adhesive viscosity, drying, and thermo-setting the bonding agent. The resulting product is a sandwich of three or more layers (solidified foil, adhesive, and paper or...

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Fabric Lamination Services

Most fabrics, including chintz and sateen, can be laminated with a light plastic coating in order to ward off stains, spills, and mildew. Modern fabric lamination methods have become so sophisticated that a person often cannot tell that a fabric has been laminated until it has been touched. Today’s laminated fabrics do not have the...

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Self Wound Laminate

As it pertains to self wound laminates, the following information will describe the benefits of its use, and why you might need to start using this type of laminating product sooner than later. Advantages: Simple Converting Process – self wound laminates are designed to convert as easy as traditional laminates, able to wrap around products with ease. Perfect...

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