Need the speed and freedom to laminate a variety of different documents? Get ready to roll with GBC.
Are you laminating a high volume of documents? Will they range in size and shape? A roll laminator is probably your best choice. Versatile and speedy, roll laminators handle everything from individual tags to large banners with continuously moving, smooth roller action.
With roll laminators, two rolls of laminating film are loaded into the machine—one on top, one on bottom. The laminator feeds your documents between the two rolls. Then, it uses heat and/or pressure to form a lasting seal. Once the seal is made, you can trim the excess film—and you’re done.
The machine you choose comes down to a few factors, including:
Read on to learn more.
Laminating shouldn’t be difficult or time-consuming for teachers. School days are hectic already. Our full line of 27" and 12" roll laminators earn high marks with fast processing times, user-friendly features and auto shut off safety options. Our Ultima 65 and Pinnacle series are among the top in their class.
Desktop laminators are compact yet powerful. Our Catena series includes some of our most popular machines. Efficient and easy to operate, they can laminate your documents and also mount them directly on foam board up to 1/4" thick. They run hot or cold to produce high-quality results every time.
Make sure the message can’t be missed. For laminated banners, tradeshow graphics or window displays, our wide format laminators are ready for the job.
Laminators like our Spire III series come with laminating and mounting capabilities. Create and protect breathtaking graphics up to 64" wide. Using our foot pedal controls keep your hands free and increase productivity.
Keep pace with your clients’ demands. We make machines for commercial printing and in-house production. Fully automated lamination systems like the 5031 series are the perfect fit for heavy-duty production environments. Adding other solutions like GBC feeders and cutters maximize every minute.
Not sure you want to mess with a hot laminator? You can still laminate with GBC pressure-sensitive film. During the lamination process, a release liner is slowly pulled away from the film, which uses pressure – not heat – to seal your document.