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Question Recommended Laminator?

Discussion in 'General Chit-Chat' started by SignShopSteve, Jul 8, 2020.

  1. SignShopSteve

    SignShopSteve New Member

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    Currently we have a Seal 54" Base Top Heat assisted laminator. We are looking to get a new one but 62-65". So I wanted to ask you guys whats the best option out there in your opinion.
     
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  2. greysquirrel

    greysquirrel Active Member

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    GFP 300 or 500 series best bang for the buck. Both top roller heat assist.
     
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  3. PHILJOHNSON

    PHILJOHNSON Sales Manager

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    I would agree that the GFP 363TH or 563TH would both be great options. We offer both and I can send you some additional info and pricing for those two models if that would be helpful. Feel free to PM me or email me if you would like to pick my brain on the different options.

    Best regards,

    Phil Johnson
    Airmark Corporation
    (800)527-7778, ext 112
    philj@airmark.com
     
  4. signman315

    signman315 Signmaker

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    There's other better laminators out there than GFP, but they also cost significantly more. And being a laminator you don't really need any bells and whistles, end product is the same from laminator to laminator, making GFP is really wise purchase for the money.
     
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  5. CCSG

    CCSG Premium Subscriber

    AGL laminators are top of the line
     
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  6. jfiscus

    jfiscus Map Wraster

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    If you really need 65", be sure your laminator you're purchasing can do it. I know we've done some 62" a couple times, but not sure on larger (or even sourcing laminates) on any machine.
    I recommend the GFP 563th, ours have been awesome.
     
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