Believe it or not, laminating machines come in all shapes and sizes for home and office needs. But which one is the right choice for you? Read this guide to help you choose the best quality laminator for your needs.
By laminating, you are protecting and preserving your print. This could be anything from a certificate awarded to children at school, to a vehicle wrap advertising your company on a fleet of vans.
Lamination also improves appearance by enhancing almost any type of printed materials. It deepens & brightens colours and improves contrast.
Laminated materials also provide a higher quality finish, an important factor to so many businesses throughout the world as a professional looking brochure, leaflet or business card can improve a companies image and help to generate more sales.
Types of Laminators
We could divide the laminators into different groups. By number of rollers, the laminators could be labelled as 2 rollers or 4 rollers. By entry width, the laminators could be divided into 9″ or 13″ . Also there are other methods to distinguish different laminators. Here the table below could help you have a rough idea of laminators
Number of Rollers
|Heating Method||Hot shoe||
|Temperature Control Method||Thermostat||
Thermal Pouch Laminators are widely used in schools, colleges and universities to laminate certificates, report covers and ID cards. They can also be used in the office to protect documents and in the home for photos and recipes.
One of the most popular and best sellers is Marigold 9″ Thermal Laminator (LM905). This laminating machine is well designed with the reliable technology of NTC+IC chip to control the temperature, plus hot-shoe heating method to provide stable working heat.
Also, Scotch, Fellowes and Swingline Laminators enjoy good reputation in the marketplace by providing high quality of laminators as they always do.