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• Matt or gloss

• Sizes up to A3

Prices start from 1.50


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Laminating

A clear improvement.


Laminating is the process of adding a transparent plastic layer to paper or card. It protects printed sheets and gives them extra rigidity. It can be particularly useful if the sheets are to be used outdoors.

Encapsulating scraps, trapping intact,
Sealing in, thickening the skin,
Protective slips, unrippable grips,
Preservative coats, invisible cloaks.

A Guide to Laminating


Stamford Engraving uses a thermal pouch laminator to encapsulate paper and card up to A3 size. The machine uses heat to melt the glue within a laminating pouch and it fuses to seal the document.

The pouches are available in a matt or gloss finish. The standard thickness is 250 micron but other options are available if required.

Laminated documents are waterproof and protected from spills and grease. Possible applications include certificates, ID cards, photos, report covers and recipes.

A hardened outlook, a stiffened resolve,
Invisible cloaks that won't crease or fold,
A rigid revision, a firmly-held view,
An ironed-out wrinkle, revitalised, new.