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Big squeegee + Cast Overlaminate

Discussion in 'Laminators' started by Design it Graphics, May 27, 2013.

  1. Design it Graphics

    Design it Graphics Member

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    Hello All,

    I have been using the big squeegee to laminate all of my prints and for "simple" cast products such as window letterings / smaller storefront signage I've been using Arlon 3220 G (cast) 30" overlam.


    I am curious if any one has used Avery DOL 1060 Overlam with the big squeegee. I need a 36" wide roll of laminate for a job I am working on. I purchased 3m 8518 but never had worked with 8518 I was ignorant to the plastic release liner. I'll pass on doing the ocal210/290 3" core method with the big squeegee for this print.


    In the next month I will be for sure purchasing a Royal Sovereign Cold Roller as our volume has picked up faster than we expected (only 2 months as a business).

    Thanks to any replies in advance.
    -Brent
     
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    Design it Graphics Member

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    Did some more searching and round that the Avery DOL 1060 has a 72lb kraft release liner.

    I think I should be alright as I'm proficient with the BS lam tool as it gets used many times every day, But still looking for anyone that has had hands on experience.
     
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