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understand it is very hard to make a simple buyer guide to answer
all your questions and concerns, so If
you couldn't find answer from this "Buyer Guide", please
give us a ring at 407-812-6618, and we'll be glad to answer your
concerns over the phone directly.
here to see the comparison of all the models we offer.
In this article, we will
answer the following questions:
1. Analyze what you need.
2. What is your budget.
3. What size (width)
laminator should I have.?
4. Roll to Roll feature.
5. One handle adjuster
models VS two knobs models
Understand our warranty.
We have large selections
of laminators in stock. We are sure we have at least one model
to fit your needs.
In order to choose the right one for you business, here are few
important things you need to figure out clearly before you buy.
what you want in this laminator.
Here are some of the
popular things you might want to do with this laminator that
you're going to purchase.
A. I want to do vehicle
B. I want to do mounting
prints on substrate.
C. I want to apply premask
D. I want to apply color
vinyl on substrate.
E. I want to overlaminating
F. I want to overlaminating
my prints before processing print & cut.
and so on.
The factor is, not all the laminators on the market can do the
all things in one unit, many of our competitors laminators are
only good for overlaminating but mounting. Want to know why?
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your budget limited.
We all want to get more and payless. When it comes with add a
valuable equipment to your business, this is still true. Once
we have mind set budget in place, then we can go to real world
to find out if we can something that match our desired price tag.
With our laminator, you can always make your money worth. Why
you need spend 3 or 4 times money to get other brand, while you
can get ours with much less prices?
- Size (width)
Yes, you need choose the right size laminator to better fit our
business today or even future.
So what is the right size laminator for you? Normally the right
size laminator will at least match your current printer size (width)
When you read the manufacturer's specifications, the efficient
working width is the one that you should pay attention to.
If you have a 54" printer:
Then you choose a efficient working width at least 55" or
even 63"/64" laminator if prices are not significant
different. General speaking, 55" and 65" normally have
about $100 to $400 prices difference. From our sales experience,
most of our customer will choose bigger one instead of 55".
If you have a 64" printer:
There are two situations:
A. If you always use 61" print media even your printer is
capable to run 64" full length media. Then you can choose
at least efficent woring width at 63"; if prices is not a
issue for you, then choose 64" laminators.
B. If you run 64" print media on your machine, then you are
going to have to get our efficent woring width 64" laminators.
As a matter of fact, we're the only few manufacture who makes
this full 64" working media width laminators in USA. Most
of the manufacturer claimed that they can take 64" media,
but after you take the clamps and such, that cut the efficient
width and you probably can fit 62" media only. Many of our
customer learn this in a hard way after they got our competitor's
- Roll to Roll feature
Roll to Roll feature is a great
feature for volume and heavy users. What it does, is, you can
print all your prints at once, it could be 20ft or more. then
you bring prints to the laminator.
In the front of the laminator, it has a shaft to hold your prints,
and while the laminator run your project and on the rear side,
it has a auto motor-drive re-wind shaft, and re-wind your finish
project back to the paper tube at the same time.
If you are volume and heavy printing warehouse, this is the feature
you must have.
Currenty, we have PRO 65C/55C, DC650, TX-600, PRO 65S/55S, has
this advanced feature.
- One Handle
adjuster VS two knobs models
Our MJ and AK series are entry level models,
and with two knobs on each side to raise and low top roller.
Our VT, DC, PRO C, PRO S, TX models are using one handle adjuser
to raise the top roller.
One handle adjuster is much easier and friendly for operator.
Especially when you do a lots laminating during the day, you will
see one handle adjuster will save you tons of time.
all our laminators instock in Orlando FL.
Normally we'll ship out your order next day afer full payment
We have in place service center setup in Orlando, FL. All the
parts are instock locally in USA.
We can overnight shipping any parts within USA whenever such service
We also provide you the best service and support in the industry
not quite clear what you need?
Please give us a ring at 407-812-6618 and we'll be glad to answer
your question over the phone.
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