Lamination

Lamination

Document lamination takes 2 primary forms : Celloshene and Encapsulated.

Laminating protects your documents from moisture, dirt, weather and other sources of contamination. It is ideal for menus, maps, certificates, signs, glossy photos and instruction sheets.

Lamination film comes in gloss or matt.  Gloss lamination enhances the colours whilst matt lamination can slightly dull off the colours. 

Lamination takes place by using polyester substrate coated with low melt copolymer adhesive. This helps protect prints from damage and adds strength to the print. 

Encapsulate Lamination
Encapsulate Lamination

Encapsulate lamination fully encloses the printed item leaving a plastic border around the edge.
Available in matt or gloss.
This form of lamination adds considerable thickness and stiffness to the printed item.

Matt Celloshene Lamination
Matt Celloshene Lamination

Celloshene is a very thin plastic layer that adheres to the full surface of the item.
Unlike encapsulate lamination there is no plastic border for the printed items.
Often used on business cards to add protection.
Adds to the thickness and stiffness of the item but not to the extent of encapsulated lamination.
Available 1 or 2 sides.
Available in matt or gloss.
Gloss enhances and brightens colours. Matt tends to slightly dull-off the colours

Gloss Celloshene Lamination
Gloss Celloshene Lamination