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Using Reverse Wound On A Seal 62 Ultra

Discussion in 'Miscellaneous Hardware' started by quikseps, Jul 7, 2007.

  1. quikseps

    quikseps Member

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    Buying a Seal 62 Ultra laminator and was wondering if there's any issues using reverse wound laminate on this unit such as Oracal? The company itself could not give me a straight answer.
     
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  2. chopper

    chopper Very Active Member

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    I have a seal image plus 62 and I use oracal laminate all the time,
    290, and 210, laminate with out issue, infact it works great I am not familiar with the ultra, but if you are using the cold laminate there shouldnt be a problem. all you would need to do is flip the roll when you load it depending on which way it is wound//chopper
     
  3. quikseps

    quikseps Member

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    Thanks....I thought it wouldn't be an issue but wanted to hear from someone with a Seal. One would think the tech at the company itself could answer this question.
     
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