Cracked Ice Transparent Holographic Laminating Foil
|Cracked Ice Transparent Holographic 8" x 100' Laminating Foil||Item Number : FF-TP-170-8||Price : |
Your Price: $70.19
|Cracked Ice Transparent Holographic 12" x 100' Laminating Foil||Item Number : FF-TP-170-12||Price : |
Your Price: $108.79
|Cracked Ice Transparent Holographic 24" x 500' Laminating Foil||Item Number : FF-TP-170-24||Price : |
Your Price: $444.89
Finally you can produce impressive and stylish foil imprinting without the trouble and expense of foil die creation with Cracked Ice Transparent Holographic Laminating Foil. Imagine it foil stamped business cards, invitations, greetings cards, certificates, the possibilities are endless. Anything you can feed through a laser printer can be imprinted with the incredible new Foil Laminating process. All you need is a laser printer (toner based printer), and a substantial pouch laminator such as the GBC H600, H700, or the Speedy Lam Pouch Laminator and you can create flawless foil imprints on anything from event tickets, to formal wedding invitations. Imagine the time saved if you could provide a foil stamped proof to your design client in minutes. With the foil laminating process you can. Contact MyBinding.com today to discover how this revolutionary process is making foil imprinting easier and more economical to incorporate into your design process.
- Type: Holographic Laminating Foil
- Style/Color: Cracked Ice Transparent
- Width: 8", 12" or 24"
- Roll Length: 100' or 500'
- Core Size: 1/2"
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Questions & Answers
Will this work with traditional media? Not digitally printed stuff but rather stuff created with marker, paint etc?
Asked by Stefanie 29 days ago
Thank you for your question. Lamenting foil is designed to work with a toner based print. The foil adheres to the toner on the page and does not stick to unprinted areas of the page. Unfortunately the foil doesn't adhere to anything other than toner from a laser printer.
Answered by MyBinding 28 days ago
Hi! So is the foil lightly tacky? Does it have a light adhesive for cutting/positioning before laminating? Thanks!
Asked by Cassie Hester 2 months ago
Thank you for your question. Laminating Foil itself is not tacky so you would be able to re-position it as much as need before processing. When run through a appropriate pouch laminator the Laminating Foil binds to the printed areas ( only works with laser / tone based printers) .
Answered by MyBinding 2 months ago
It says to use it in a pouch Laminator does that mean I must laminate both sides of what I'm running through the machine or can I just apply it to the top?
Asked by terra 6 months ago
Thank you for your question. You are able to use the lamination foil with a pouch laminator that gets hot enough to work with 10 mill pouches. You would be only foiling on one side of the sheet. You would put the stock that has been printed on by a tone based printer into a carrier with the foil on top of the print. Passing it through the laminator causes the foil to adhere to the printed areas.
Answered by MyBinding 6 months ago
Hi there - I was curious about how to possibly apply one of your products to a pane of glass. Specifically, the Cracked Ice Transparent Holographic Laminating Foil - could I use heat, or an adhesive??
Asked by Claire 7 months ago
Thank you for your question. Lamination foil is designed to works with prints from a toner based printer. When passed through a laminator the foil sticks to the toner but not the bare paper. As far as using it for a window coating you would have to use some type of adhesive to glue it to the window but results will vary.
Answered by Approved 7 months ago
Hello! I was wondering if there's anyway to show how this works exactly? can i just take,say an already printed business card and laminate it with a regular Scotch pouch laminator?
Asked by Tahlia 8 months ago
Thank you for your question. Laminating foil is designed to work documents that were printed with a toner based printer. When passed through a laminator the foil sticks to the printed areas of the page. To use laminating foil you need to have a laminator that runs at a high enough temperature to use 10 mil pouches.
Answered by MyBinding 8 months ago