I am a teacher at a local elementary school and need to laminate some maps and posters. Money has been approved for purchasing a laminator, but I need help selecting a model.
If you need to laminate posters and large maps, we recommend a roll laminator. This will allow you to not only laminate these items, but also laminate report covers, signs, student projects and more.
When shopping for a roll laminator, be sure the model you choose accommodates your widest document. Because length is not an issue with roll laminators, go with the shortest side of the poster or map for measurements.
Most of our customers working in education typically do not need anything wider than 25 inches. If your poster is exactly 25 inches, we recommend you get a laminator a little wider to give you some room to work with. The reason is, if your poster or map is fed into the laminator slightly askew, it could bind up in the rollers and cause a jam.
The Educator laminator has always been a favorite with schools. This laminator measures at 25 inches in width and was actually engineered by Banner American after they received feedback from various educators and teachers.
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