Lamination is the process of applying a thin layer of plastic film to paper or card sheets to enhance and protect the printed matter.
Lamination can be either thermal lamination or wet lamination. Wet lamination is often used on lower grades of paper as the process offers more control, resulting in the higher quality finish.
Lamination is often used for packaging, business cards and other printed items. Wet lamination is ideal for perfect bound objects such as book covers and brochures as it experiences less lift.
A wide range of lamination options are available but the most common types of laminate are gloss, matt and silk. Celloglas offers an ever-growing range of innovative laminates which have other benefits. For example, cellotouch offers a soft touch finish, cellogreen is an environmental alternative and Linen has a linen texture.
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