LAMCOIL has specialized in lamination for nearly 25 years. Our production capacity makes us one of the largest laminators in Canada.
The company has achieved this enviable status by building a large fleet of laminators and cultivating precision-focused expertise and a constant drive to innovate and improve our processes.
Lamcoil Lamination Equipment
LAMCOIL is proud of our state-of-the-art equipment, which includes six automatic laminators that can be adjusted for a multitude of applications. The specifications below will give you a sense of the company’s production capacity.
|3 x||40”||Conventional offset printing|
|1 x||30”||Conventional offset printing|
|2 x||20”||Digital printing*|
*These are dedicated laminators for digital work. They can reach maximum speeds of 295 feet/minute, allowing for larger volumes and better service.
Lamcoil lamination equipment
Laminating is the process of covering your printed document with a thin layer of clear plastic (film) in order to extend its life and enhance its appearance. Laminating should not be confused with plasticizing, which makes the paper stiffer and yields a different finish.
Many items can benefit from lamination:
Certificates and diplomas, photos, printed material, restaurant menus, business cards, identification cards, notices, danglers, tent cards, signs, etc.
LAMINATING SERVICES: SPECIFICATIONS AND CAPACITY
|Size||8″ X 8″||40″ X 56″|
- Standard films: Polypropylene, polyester, AGX, Lay-Flat, Scuff-Free, digital
- Specialized films: Printable films, Soft Touch from the LTD Collection
- Three finish options: Gloss, matte, sensory
Allow a ½” margin on all four sides of the printing board.
- Avoid anti-offset spray, even if this technique proves to be less and less used.
- Always allow a minimum of 12 hours before any other operation on the laminated sheets.