1.7Mil Gloss Low Melt Laminating Film - 62" X 3000' (3 Inch Core)

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1.7mil Gloss Low Melt Laminating Film - 62" x 3000' (3 Inch Core)

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  • Shipping Weight: 133.2 pounds
  • Item Weight: 126 pounds
  • Product Dimensions: 9.5 x 9.5 x 62 inches
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
  • Grade: ☆☆
  • Material Type: Polyester
  • Heat Activated High Gloss thermal laminating film makes Images Pop (One Roll)
  • High Quality Durable Polyester (PET) surface
  • Improved Clarity and Bonding over standard films
  • Overall Diameter of Roll is approximately 9.5-inches
  • Adhesive Melts Faster than Standard Adhesive

NOTE: This listing is for just one roll, yet most 2 side roll laminators require 2 rolls for encapsulation. Please keep this in mind when ordering. Enhance your graphics with our durable, high-quality thermal polyester (PET) laminating films. Polyester is the most common thermal laminating roll film chosen for 2-side laminating applications when encapsulating is desired. Encapsulating encloses your print and leaves a small clear sealed border around all 4 sides of the print. Even though low melt adhesives activate at temperatures a little lower than conventional copolymer adhesives, the real advantage is that this adhesive melts faster than standard adhesive. This means low melt adhesive makes faster laminating speeds possible. Combine extra speed with better clarity and you know why low melt laminating films are the user’s choice in commercial and trade laminating shops where time and quality matters. TIP: The actual temperature required for ANY laminating film varies by laminator type (heated roller vs heat shoe), laminating speed, ambient temperature, type of paper and even the color(s) of the print being laminated. Low Melt lamination films are also a viable alternative on laminators with fixed speed settings that have difficulty adhering to prints. This is a common issue with small format school laminators, where Low Melt film may be the solution. Note: Low Melt adhesive does not adhere nearly as well for digital prints as SuperStick adhesive; however, is better than standard adhesives. Digital printer output typically requires slower laminating speed and lower temperature. Low melt adhesive does do well on inkjet output though, and very well on offset printing. Common Applications

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