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Heat Laminator

There is 2 kind of laminator machine, first is heat laminator. Heat laminator use heat to make plastic film and paper stick together with thickness up to 32 micron. This kind of laminating machine is used more than cold laminator in offset printing. Heat laminator can cover almost all paper kind with thickness more than 80gsm.
Heat laminator manufactured in many size of width. You choose which one is the best laminating machine.

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