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For Sale Rite 55" Cold Laminator for Sale (remaining payments only)

Discussion in 'Member to Member Classifieds • For Sale' started by Lee Ferris, Oct 22, 2019.

  1. Lee Ferris

    Lee Ferris New Member

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    Rite-Laminator - 55" Cold Roller with Take/wind up. A high quality, yet affordable solution to produce high quality finished graphics for several applications within the sign making process. e.g. pre-masking, lamination & mounting. This Laminator machine is an ideal add-on to any Vinyl Cutter, Printer or Printer/Cutter and can easily be setup in a small studio, basement, sign shop etc. Rite-Laminator features several easy to use functions at a cost that is affordable to any operation. Enhance your productivity as well as increase the quality of your finished graphics. Comes with foot pedal, liner take-up. Best sold Rite-Laminator 55" Cold, 0.5" in Canada/US large format digital graphic supplies space. Well priced laminator with a small floor footprint.

    Still under warranty, this laminator is only a 14 months old and in mint condition. Sold our sign shop recently or we'd be happily using this reliable hardware today.

    To add this like new laminator to your business, you can either assume the remaining payments (48 out of 60 @ $111.52+GST or pay the buyout total in full - $5527).

    Edmonton, Canada.

    Call Jen at 1-780-667-4744 for more information.
     

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  2. Gino

    Gino Premium Subscriber

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    Is that 1/2" height restriction... a full 1/2" ??

    edit: I'm sorry, I see you say 3/8" bit later you say .5" ​
     
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  3. Lee Ferris

    Lee Ferris New Member

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    Thanks for the enquiry. Yes, it's a full 1/2" (0.5) for the substrates/application process. I've updated the listing to clarify and appreciate you flagging this up.

    Please don't hesitate to ask if you have any other questions?
     
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