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Akiles Prolam Ultra X6 Laminator
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Akiles Prolam Ultra X6 Laminator

Akiles Prolam Ultra X6 Laminator

Akiles Prolam Ultra X6 Laminator

Part #: AKPLULTRAX6
Brand: Akiles
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ProductDescription

The Akiles ProLam Ultra X6 laminator possesses superior quality and functionality combined with a commercial grade design. The Ultra X6 has a 6 roller system that produces professional, crystal-clear and bubble-free pouches every time. Other features of the Ultra X6 include programmable memory settings, auto shutoff, LCD control panel and a large 13" opening for larger pouch laminating.

Product Details

  • Commercial Grade 6 or 10 Roller Laminators with Programmable Memory Settings
  • Programmable Memory Settings: Allows you to save the ideal temperature and speed for your most frequent projects.
  • Auto Shutoff: Automatically cools and shuts down the machine after usage, to prolong the life of your laminator.
  • Removable Cover: Allows quick acccess to the roller with easy-to-remove thumb screws.
  • LCD Control Panel: Backlit LCD display with labeled keypad makes it easy to operate.
  • Setting Guide: Shows the recommend temperature and speed settings for different pouch thicknesses.
  • 13" Capacities: The large 13" allows the machine to laminate a wide array of pouch sizes.
  • Air Cooling System: Patented internal cooling system ensures the laminator stays cool to the touch while in use.
  • Programmable Memory Settings: Memorize the ideal temperature & speed settings for your most frequently used pouches.

ItemSpecifications

  • Throat Capacity: 13" (330 mm)
  • Max Laminating Speed: 59" / min
  • Max Pouch Thickness: 14 mil (350 mic)
  • Max Laminating Thickness: 1/8" (3 mm)
  • Heated Roller System: 4 Hot / 2 Cold
  • Memory Settings: 2 Programmable (Temperature & Speed)
  • Speed Control: 9 Settings
  • Operating Temperature: 32°F - 284°F
  • Dimensions: 21" x 10.5" x 5"
  • Weight: 35 lbs (16 Kg)
  • Power Consumption: 1050 W
  • Warranty: 1 Year

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DemonstrationVideo

Transcript: Welcome to Mybinding video. What you see before you is the Akiles ProLam Ultra X6 Pouch Laminator. This is a heavy duty great workhorse of a machine. This pouch laminator will work with all kinds of laminating pouches of different thicknesses and different brands. Here at Mybinding.com, we recommend that you always use a carrier with your pouch laminators. It preserves the life of your investment. And with Mybinding brand pouches, we always include a carrier. The throat opening and therefore max width on this machine is 13” wide, great for all standard pouches. Although it has variab... Read More
Welcome to Mybinding video. What you see before you is the Akiles ProLam Ultra X6 Pouch Laminator. This is a heavy duty great workhorse of a machine. This pouch laminator will work with all kinds of laminating pouches of different thicknesses and different brands. Here at Mybinding.com, we recommend that you always use a carrier with your pouch laminators. It preserves the life of your investment. And with Mybinding brand pouches, we always include a carrier. The throat opening and therefore max width on this machine is 13” wide, great for all standard pouches. Although it has variable speeds, the X6 can run up to 59” per minute and it can handle a pouch thickness from 3 all the way up to 14 mil. It has 6 separate rollers, 4 for hot, and 2 for cold. A great machine that can handle both hot and cold lamination increases its versatility and saves you money in the long run. The ProLam Ultra X6 has a great LCD panel. It’s all touch screen and some of the features are hot and cold lamination, programmable memory, 9 different speeds, a backlit LCD, and push button temperature control. It’s pretty much jam free as it’s an easy machine to use but should you have a jam, there’s a reverse button right here on the front of the panel. You compress it, back out your project, and start again. A nice feature is the built-in permanent guide right on the machine itself. Print it right there on the middle so no need to use your manual around. Built to meet all kinds of laminating heeds, the ProLam X6 is a great investment. For more demos, reviews, and how-to’s, check out Mybinding.com.
Transcript: Welcome to MyBinding video. This is a quick video comparing the different ProLam Ultras by Achilles. Let's take a look at the Ultra X10, the XL, and the X6. Of primary concern are the number of rollers. The X10 has 10 rollers, 6 Hot, 4 Cold, and the XL and X6 both have 6 rollers, 4 for Hot and 2 for Cold. In terms of throat opening, therefore the size of pouch you can use, the X10 and X6 both have a 13" throat. The XL has an 18.9" wide throat. The number of rollers and size of motor equals speed. The X10 can blaze at 142" per minute, the XL travels up to 47" per minute, and the X6, 59"... Read More
Welcome to MyBinding video. This is a quick video comparing the different ProLam Ultras by Achilles. Let's take a look at the Ultra X10, the XL, and the X6. Of primary concern are the number of rollers. The X10 has 10 rollers, 6 Hot, 4 Cold, and the XL and X6 both have 6 rollers, 4 for Hot and 2 for Cold. In terms of throat opening, therefore the size of pouch you can use, the X10 and X6 both have a 13" throat. The XL has an 18.9" wide throat. The number of rollers and size of motor equals speed. The X10 can blaze at 142" per minute, the XL travels up to 47" per minute, and the X6, 59" per minute. And finally, when it comes to pouch thickness, all three machines have a max pouch thickness of 14 mil or 350 microns. All three are excellent hot and cold laminating machines will serve you well. Give us a call if you have any questions. For more demos, reviews, and how-to's, check out MyBinding.com.
Questions & Answers
Q:
Another question - is it necessary to leave the 3/16" border around the edges or is the glue firmly set onto the paper so that I can trim it to the edge of the paper?
Asked by Fran Meehan 3 months ago
A:
Thank you for your question. Although thermal laminating pouches have adhesive that is activated by the lamination process the glue stick better to itself than to the paper. You can trim it down but if it is trimmed down to the edge of the page it does break the seal around the edge and there is the potential for it to peal. This is a situation i would recommend making a sample testing how well the adhesive will stick to the stock you are using.

Answered by MyBinding 3 months ago
Q:
I am using your 10 mil pouches and the settings on the machine 248 degrees @ 4 speed. The paper is card stock. The edge of the laminate around the paper is not clear. Does that mean I need to make it hotter and/or decrease the speed?
Asked by Fran Meehan 3 months ago
A:
Thank you for your question. If you are getting cloudy results generally speaking it is because the laminate isn't getting hot enough for long enough. Both options are potential fixes, but there is not a specific resolution for all situations. I would first lower the speed and if you are still seeing cloudy results gradually increase the temperature. Running it at too hot of a temperature can cause the laminate to melt too much so be sure raise the temperature in steps and test each step to find the ideal temperature for your specific project.

Answered by MyBinding 3 months ago
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