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  1. Does a lamination film exist rough texture

    Hi all, I am wondering if there is a laminating film that will give the printed material a rough feel. I have a sample of Drytac's Sand Laminate but that is way smoother than I'm looking for. I want to feel big bumps or something like that. Any ideas? Thanks so much! -Amber...a newbie
  2. Laminator question

    It is always something.... What is causing this mess with my older Seal 600c Laminator. It now does this more times than not, It is costing me a fortune eating sheets of vinyl like a flock of birds to seed. It is not a heat assist, I have checked feed in, making sure it is feeding straight...
  3. For Sale Mutoh 1204 and Star 44 Laminator for sale

    I have some old equipment I need to get rid of. $800 takes both. The Mutoh printer is fully operational and has a media take up roll on it but it needs a new print head and lines. I used this printer up until a few months ago but not daily so little by little the head became clogged and it has...
  4. Anyone using Xlam Laminator 1600 Cold 2.0?

    Hello, anyone using Italian Xlam 1600 Cold 2.0? I am looking to buy one and want some reviews.
  5. Manual cold laminator

    I'm looking for a cold laminator that can help me do one-offs. I currently have a 60" Royal Sovereign laminator but I don't want to have to switch out the rolls when I have a one-off type job. Does anyone have any feedback on a manual cold laminator like this one...
  6. New laminator

    Hi all! We are in the market for a new 60" laminator. Heat not necessary, but will be considered. We currently have a seal 54 base that loves to skew left. We need to upgrade size anyway so we can lam 60" vinyl for wraps. Suggestions of what brands to look at and what to stay away from...
  7. TX Looking for Roll Printer and Laminator

    Hello, We are looking for a roll printer and a laminator. Cold or hot is fine. Please contact me if you have these items for sale. We are located in Houston, TX. Will travel in about a 5 hour radius for these items. Thank you! Christina - christina@builderdisplay.com
  8. What type of laminator to get?

    Hello all, I am needing some suggestions on which type of laminator to get. The company I work for purchased a Roland TruVis VG2-540 and I am extremely new to using it. Well anyways, I have been trying for months to get them to purchase a laminator because we will be printing 20x10 second...
  9. EndurLam2 breaker issues

    I have an Endurlam2 54'' laminator and it is having issues tripping it's breaker on the back. It will turn on and but as soon as you hit the foot control to run material through it trips the breaker. I switched out the speed controller box and the fuses but this didn't fix the issue. Let me...
  10. TX Arkane 1650 65" Laminator For Sale

    I have a Arkane 1650 65" that was purchased new for $14k. Still in excellent condition 240v - so heats up to 240degrees and has more pressure than the 110V Kala Arkane. Its at a great price point at $8250 and can be converted if someone does not want to run the 240v Pickup in North Texas...
  11. looking to buy a new laminator

    I am looking at buying a new laminator. We do a lot of vinyl prints for vehicle wraps, decals, etc... also a lot of mounting onto Alupanel sheets from 4X8 to 5X10. We presently use an EZ Taper that has served us well over the years. What is everyone using for vinyl wraps and board mounting and...
  12. Replace Drytac Laminator?

    Hello All - When we first started 10 years ago, we purchased a Drytac JM 63 Pro MD, it's been a great machine over the years, and for the price, it was a great investment. Now, the JM 63 Pro MD is ready to retire, and I'm wondering if anyone has a recommendation for a replacement machine in...
  13. 363TH Laminator wrinkling jobs

    Hello all, We are about ready to drop our laminator off the edge of a cliff into the ocean! About half the time the laminator works fine, but then the other half of the time we get wrinkling in the media parallel to the rollers, and it is almost always in the last half to last quarter of the...
  14. Seal Image 600 Laminator

    Seal Image 600 Laminator. 60", Dual Heated Rollers. Good working condition. Upgraded and no longer needed. Will not ship, must pickup. Zip code for pickup is 30513. Willing to trade for? Copies of FlexiSign maybe? Make offer, just need gone so I can have the space. Let me know what have.
  15. For Sale Rite 55" Cold Laminator for Sale (remaining payments only)

    Rite_Laminator by Lee Ferris posted Oct 22, 2019 at 1:41 PM Rite-Laminator - 55" Cold Roller with Take/wind up. A high quality, yet affordable solution to produce high quality finished graphics for several applications within the sign making process. e.g. pre-masking, lamination & mounting...
  16. Suggestions rolls roller or Roll Over?

    I am looking at a new laminator and I have narrowed my search to the Rolls Roller or Roll Over. We do a lot of mounting and some vehicle wraps and general everyday signs. Rolls Roller claims to be the best, hence a higher purchase price. Roll Over claim to be the best with a 5 yr warranty. Rolls...
  17. Plotted Electrocut Film

    We have to make a couple of large street name signs for a Signal Project. One sign is 2' by 11' and the other one is 2' by 7ish'. Anyways, we normally outsource this but i was wanting to do this in-house. I laid the White HIP on an aluminum sheet and then plotted some green electrocut. First...
  18. Seal Ultra 62 C Misalignment

    Hey all. So we had a technician come in and check out our laminator, which was working okay but would get wrinkles in it on a long enough lamination. Well, he came by and made some adjustments (couldn't watch what he did unfortunately, was also training on our new HP printer the same day) and...
  19. Seal 62 ProS Help

    Over the last few months or so, our laminator has decided to start leaving a line the whole width of the roll and if we don't pay attention it will ruin the print by leaving a bubble line all the way across our prints. Before, it only happened if the laminator sat for more than 30 minutes or so...
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