Laminate is applied to both sides of a sheet allowing for a small, sealed edge to ensure full encasement inside the plastic film for protection from stains, tears, moisture, and many other elements that can damage or destroy the sheet altogether.
The thickness of the laminate required depends on the environment it will be used in and the desired rigidity.
Lamination is used in a wide variety of print projects. It is highly recommended for documents constantly being handled, including menus, price lists, maps, reusable tags, educational materials, bookmarks, membership cards and signs of all types such as safety signs and operating instructions. Lamination adds strength and stiffness to a printed piece with the added benefit of making colours appear more vibrant.
There is no minimum quantity required, and laminate is available in 80, 100 or 125-micron thickness.
Laminate is available in clear matt or gloss finish. Gloss laminating adds a high silk sheen to your document. Matt laminating forms a protective coating but without the high shine impact of Gloss laminating. If your laminate sheet is being used outside, you may consider using a matt finish to minimize reflection.
Laminating is a great option for quick production runs. It is important to deliver your printed material uncollated to Twin Loop. If you need your delivery in a hurry, reach out to Twin Loop today, and we will find a solution to meet your deadline.
We stand by our excellent customer service and look forward to assisting you with your laminating job.
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