Laminators are essential machines that can come in handy in a variety of work environments especially offices and schools. There are essentially two types of laminators (pouch and roll) and they’re both made by some first-rate manufacturers. These companies range from well-known ones (Fellowes, GBC) to ones that aren’t too familiar to people outside the document finish industry (Drytac, Tamerica). If you’re looking for a laminator, there are some names you should for. Here are seven of them. Check them out so you can learn which names are the best in one area of the document finishing industry.
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Akiles Products Inc. is one the premier manufacturers of Binding Equipment, Laminators, Binding Supplies and Binding Covers in the world. Based in Ontario California, Akiles manufactures and distributes some of the highest quality desktop binding equipment in the world. Their most famous brands include the Akiles Wiremac Wire Binding Machines, Akiles CoilMac Coil Binding Machines and Akiles Megabind Comb Binding Machines. They also produce a line of Combination Binding Systems under the DuoMac name that offer two ore more binding styles in a single machine. In addition to the binding equipment that they produce, they have also developed a line of Akiles ProLam Pouch Laminators, Roll@Blade Trimmers, Diamond Corner Rounding Machines, and the BookletMac Booklet Maker. If you have any questions about the equipment and supplies that are offered by Akiles you can feel free to give us a call or send us an Email. We will be glad to help any way we can.
When you need to protect your documents from overhandling, tears, and spills, there’s no better way to do so than by using a pouch laminator. These devices are terrific for a variety of environments including the home, the office, and schools, but you should know a bit about them before investing in one. That said, here’s an article that’s all about pouch laminators. There’s even a brief tutorial on how to use one of them. Let’s get started….
Hot and cold lamination. Pouch laminators are thermal devices that heat up to melt the adhesive in sheaths which are known as laminating pouches. Hot lamination is good for most items, but there are times when you might need to use a cold device. Cold lamination is best for items like ink-jet printouts and photographs because these items can be easily damaged by heat. If you plan on regularly working with these materials, select a machine with a cold setting so you can laminate them using self-adhesive pouches.
Lamination is popular for a lot of reasons. For one thing, it can make your documents more durable so they can be handled repeatedly. Also, laminating them can make them look fantastic, especially if you use a machine like the Akiles Pro-Lam Ultra. A lot of people have questions about this machine, so here’s a handy FAQ. Be sure to continue reading to see if your question is answered.
MyBinding.com, one of the country’s leading Internet retailers of binding machines and supplies, recently added the Akiles CoilMac ECP series binding equipment to their website.
MyBinding.com has a long history of working with Akiles. Currently they offer a huge selection of Akiles binding machines, laminators, corner rounders, supplies, and more. The decision to add the CoilMac ECP series to their extensive Akiles inventory was an easy one for MyBinding.com.
It’s Friday and do you know what that means? It’s time to take advantage of the last day of MyBinding.com’s Bestsellers Sale! We have some of our best-selling products available at rock bottom prices, such as:
- The GBC HeatSeal Creative Laminator. This versatile laminator is ideal for home, office, and classroom use. It can alminate items that are up to 9” wide such as certificates and photographs. This handy device can be yours for just $39.95.
- Laminating pouches and rolls of film. If you have a laminator, you definitely need supplies for it. We have a wide selection of laminating pouches and rolls of film on sale, with 100-packs of pouches going for $9.95.
- Coil binding machines and supplies. Documents bound with coils look professional, so why not give coil binding a try? You can get the user-friendly Akiles RubiCoil for just $149.95 and get 100 black coils for a mere $3.95.
- And don’t forget that you can use coupon code “FEB2012” to take 12% just about everything else we sell.