What exactly is a pouch laminator and what does a lamination pouch look like? What is the purpose of the rolls inside a pouch laminator?
Pouch laminators are laminating machines that use heat and internal rollers to laminate a wide variety of documents and paper. Pouch laminators use a pre-sized lamination pouch that is sealed on one side. The inside of the lamination pouch is coated with a heat-activated film that sticks to the product laminated as it runs through the laminator.
Rollers inside the machine help evenly distribute heat to provide a smoother, more professional look. Products laminated on a pouch laminator with only two rollers may take two passes to be properly laminated. Pouch laminators with at least four rollers will laminate a product on the first pass and provide a professional-looking, wave-free lamination. Pouch laminators come in different shapes and sizes. The most common sizes are four-inch and 12-inch wide pouch laminators.
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