Plastic Laminating

Two-sided plastic laminating is known as encapsulation laminating. This process is ideal for menus, placemats, maps and educational material. An overlap (lip) of the plastic around the edges will give protection from moisture.

We carry four thicknesses of film in both a gloss and a matte finish. We can laminate from a business card size up to 60 wide x 100' length.

 
 

   
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