Lamination is bonding 2 or more films or other substrates together using an adhesive or a layer of molten plastic producing a multilayered structure. Lamination is useful where one surface is printed and then covered by a protective layer of film that prevents oils or abrasions detracting the quality of the rotogravure print.
Dry Bond Lamination Machine
The Dry Bond Laminating Machine uses adhesive to bind the layers of substrates. They are dried up immediately by passing the printed substrate with adhesive in a drying tunnel, with the help of a catalyst that accelerates the drying process.
Solventless Lamination Machine
Unlike solvent based lamination, the adhesive used in this process contains no solvents, thus eliminating the need for the oven. The machine runs faster and the adhesive laydown is thinner compared to drybond lamination.