Press Sheet Laminating

To service the print industry, Display Laminating has two high-speed thin film laminators designed exclusively for laminating press sheets. From perfect bound book covers to kit folders, laminating film enhances the look and protects against ink cracking along folds
and scores.

Our popular films are polypropylene, nylon and polyester in both gloss and matte finishes. If you need a gluable/stampable film, we have it. From 60 lb. coated stock up to 24 pt. board in sizes from 8 1/2 x 11 up to 30 x 40, we can laminate one or two sides.

Please note that we required a minimum of 3/4 of clear paper (without aqueous coating) all around the final trim area.

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