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FujiPla 25" Easy-To-Use School Laminator
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FujiPla 25" Easy-To-Use School Laminator

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FujiPla 25" Easy-To-Use School Laminator

Part #: DL-LPE6510
Brand: Fujipla
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ProductDescription

The FujiPla 25" Easy-To-Use School Laminator is ideally suited for use in a school or office environment. The 25" Easy-To-Use Laminator runs at 3 feet per minute and features adjustable heat settings from 194 to 300 degrees, making it an ideal system for virtually any School laminating Film. The FujiPla 25" Easy-To-Use School Laminator has a fast warm up time of only 5 minutes limiting wait time. Plus, the rollers can be gapped, eliminating flat spots in the rollers and making loading the machine easier. The Easy-To-Use laminator is covered with a one year warranty.

Product Details

  • Laminates up to 25" wide.
  • Rollers can be gapped to eliminate flat spots
  • Protective shield
  • Fast, 5 minute warm up time
  • Adjustable temperature with large dial
  • Uses all standard school films, including GBC NAP LAM I
  • Laminates 1.5 to 3.0 mil films
  • Photo quality
  • One year manufacturer warranty.
  • Add an additional 1 year On-Site EMA (Equipment Maintenance Agreement) available.

ItemSpecifications

Maximum Lamination Width 25”
Maximum Lamination Thickness ..04”
Maximum Film Thickness 3.0 mil.
Lamination Speed 3 ft. min.
Temperature Control Range Adjustable 194º ~ 300º F
Power Source 120V AC, 60Hz
Power Consumption 1400W
Dimensions (WxDxH) 33.5”Wx15.4”Dx15.4”H
Net Weight 62 lbs.
Warm-up Time 5 min. (approx)
Heating Method Hot Shoe
Roller Separation Lever 
Reverse Switch Equipped
Core (Mandrel) 1 inch
Warranty 1 year parts and labor

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DemonstrationVideo

Transcript: Thank you for your purchase of the Fujipla Model LPE6510 25? Roller Laminator. Please save this carton. If it should become necessary to ship the laminator back for repair or service, you will need this carton. Please store it in a safe place. Inside the carton, you will find an instruction manual. For safe operation, be sure to read through this instruction manual before operating your laminator. First let me familiarize you with the laminator. These two metal rods are the mandrills which hold the laminating film during the operation, upper and lower. These are the upper and lower hea... Read More
Thank you for your purchase of the Fujipla Model LPE6510 25? Roller Laminator. Please save this carton. If it should become necessary to ship the laminator back for repair or service, you will need this carton. Please store it in a safe place. Inside the carton, you will find an instruction manual. For safe operation, be sure to read through this instruction manual before operating your laminator. First let me familiarize you with the laminator. These two metal rods are the mandrills which hold the laminating film during the operation, upper and lower. These are the upper and lower heat shoes, each containing a heat/pressure roller. Installing the safety cover is done by holding the cover in the up position while inserting the socket on each end of the cover onto the spring loaded pins. First one side then the other. You will note that the cover is cut to allow it to fit over the end housing during installation. When turning the screw type controllers in a clockwise direction, resistance or drag is increased on the film roll thus turning them in a reverse clockwise direction resistance or drag is decreased on the film roll. The upper and lower guide rollers are used to keep the laminating film in alignment after being properly installed threaded. The operation lever which is normally found on professional laminators has two positions. When the lever's black knob is pointing straight up, the laminator is in the open position. This refers to the heat shoes and pressure rollers being parted or opened. This open position is recommended for longer periods of non-use time thus avoiding the possibility of flat spots being developed on the rollers which could require their replacement. In addition, the open position accommodates a much easier threading of a cold laminator prior to turning the unit on. Also, in the event of a wraparound when laminating film rolls onto the pressure roller instead of exiting the laminator, the wraparound can be corrected in the open position by pulling the film out. Never use any sharp instrument to cut film from a roller. This will damage the roller and require replacement. When the lever's black knob is pointing straight down, the laminator is in the laminate position for normal operation. The ready light will go on when the laminator has reached the heat level requested. The temp dial allows for various types of film to be used and up to 3 mil thickness, also various types of material thickness as well. The higher the number on the dial, the higher the temperature. Consult the instruction manual for recommendations. To turn the electric power on and off, the motor switch has 3 positions: center position off, top position on, bottom position hold for reverse. The power lamp lights when electric power is being supplied to the laminator. The feed tray is installed by fitting the notches on the back of the tray onto the support pins installed on both sides of the end plates. After engaging the back support pins, lower the front of the tray to engage the support pins located on the front side. Engage the top of the rear tray on the back of the laminator as shown. Then engage the support wire to the bottom hooks. Check to be sure that the power cord is connected to the proper grounded socket and the current at the receptacle is adequate for the current required for the laminator. See the instruction manual for other safety precautions involving placement of your laminator. Now that you have been introduced to the various parts and components of the laminator, let's put the operational lever in the open or up position and we'll review the process of setting up the unit to laminate. The laminator should be cold and turned off. You may wish to remove the feed tray and safety shield prior to installing the film rolls. Remove the top mandrill from the laminator. In the center of the mandrill, there are mounted 2 metal points. Take a roll of laminating film that has the dull adhesive side facing away from the heat shoe and put the film roll on the mandrill. Center it. Note: If the rolls you are using have the dull adhesive side in, then the top metal point on the mandrill should be facing the operator and the film should be coming off the roll traveling down. Now place the mandrill back onto the laminator. Now repeat the procedure as you did for the top mandrill except on the bottom film position, the top metal point will be facing away from the operator and the film roll with the dull adhesive side in will unroll from the back side of the roll going up as you unwind it. Center the film on the mandrill. Now place the bottom mandrill back onto the laminator. With the bottom film roll on the laminator as you pull the film up from the back side of the bottom roll, the dull adhesive side should be facing the operator. With the top film roll on the laminator as you pull the film down from the back side of the roll, the dull adhesive side should be facing the operator. Important note: The dull adhesive side should always be on the opposite side of the heat shoes. Following the diagrams on the laminator or in the instruction manual, thread the film as directed. First pull the film approximately 1 or 2 feet down from the top roll of film over the cold heat shoes. Now pull the film up and behind the bottom guide roller, place the film over the film that has been brought down from the top roller film and over the heat shoes. Use all of the 1 foot to 2 foot of film and temporarily secure. Using the white plastic threading board supplied with your laminator, feed the film from both rolls through and between the heat shoes pull rollers. Continuing through, and out of the back side of the laminator. Now pull the film tight, adjust the film rolls to make sure the edges of the rolls align with each other. Now place the operating lever in the laminate position, the black knob pointing directly down. Now install the feed tray and safety shield if they were removed for the film threading process. Turn on the power switch to start the heating of the laminator. Set the temperature control for the film and thickness of material you wish to laminate. The laminator should be ready in about 5 minutes. When the green ready light comes on, you may now insert the material you wish to laminate and turn on the motor switch. Observe the material and laminating process. If there seems to be a problem, you may turn off the motor switch or put the switch in the reverse position. Observe the laminating material exiting the laminator. Problems? If so, use the motor switch or simply turn off the laminator. After the material you laminated has exited the laminator and you have no more to laminate, turn off the motor switch, then cut the laminated material free from the unit with a pair of scissors or other appropriate instrument. Proper trimming can be done later if necessary. Turn off the power switch and return the operation lever to the open position with the black knob pointing straight up.

Fujipla LPE6510 Roll Laminator - Roll Up Shaftbearings Disassembly

Transcript: LPE6510/3510 Roll-Up Shaft Disassembly (Part 1 of 1). Presenting the Fujipla LPE6510. Do not use this procedure to replace rollers, chambers, temperature fuse or thermistor sensor. Remove lamination handle and key. Do not lose small key in shaft. Remove eight screws to release left and right casings … 2, 3, 4 … save #5 for last (and attach first) … 6, 7, 8. Remove right and left casings. Remove retaining ring from cam. Remove cam. Done on the right side. Turn machine around and work on left side. On left side, remove two screws in lower chamber. If necessary, use an Allen wrench and rota... Read More
LPE6510/3510 Roll-Up Shaft Disassembly (Part 1 of 1). Presenting the Fujipla LPE6510. Do not use this procedure to replace rollers, chambers, temperature fuse or thermistor sensor. Remove lamination handle and key. Do not lose small key in shaft. Remove eight screws to release left and right casings … 2, 3, 4 … save #5 for last (and attach first) … 6, 7, 8. Remove right and left casings. Remove retaining ring from cam. Remove cam. Done on the right side. Turn machine around and work on left side. On left side, remove two screws in lower chamber. If necessary, use an Allen wrench and rotate the drive so that the master link of the chain is between two sprockets. Remove bolts to loosen sprockets while chain is still attached. Do not remove the motor sprocket. Remove master link from the chain. Remove the chain. Do not lose the keys from the roller shafts. Remove small movable plates. Note front and rear plates and do not interchange when reassembling. Remove all three wires from the crimp connector. Remove small retaining rings from large movable plate. Remove large retaining rings from large movable plate. Remove large movable plate. Note the wire is in the center hole. Be careful not to scar the wire. Remove retaining ring on left end of roll-up shaft. Remove cam from roll-up shaft. Remove key from roll-up shaft. Remove rear cover. Remove upper guide roller bearing. Remove lower guide roller bearing. Remove lower and upper guide rollers. Remove one Phillips screw on top behind upper chamber and below roll-up shaft that hold #13 mid-frame down. Remove two Phillips screws that hold lower mid-frame bracket. Remove one screw to upper stay (leave upper stay in place). Remove two screws to pull roll safety cover. Leave pull roll safety cover in place. Remove two screw to stay (back lower). Leave stay (back lower) in place. Remove two screws to stay (front lower). Leave stay (front lower) in place. Remove roll-up shaft. Do not spread the end plate any further than necessary to remove the roll-up shaft. At this point, you can replace the roll-up shaft bearings, if necessary. Please see assembly from roll-up shaft replacement (part 1 of 2) for reassembly instructions, if necessary. Dry-Lam, Lenexa, KS, 888-633-1973.

Fujipla LPE6510 Rollers, Chambers, F4 temperature Fuse or Thermistor Sensor Disassembly

Transcript: LPE6510/3510 Roller, Thermistor or F4 Temp Fuse Disassembly (Part 1 of 1). Presenting the Fujipla LPE6510. Do not use this procedure to replace roll-up shaft or its bearings. Refer to written procedure for all required steps. This video is not detailed. Remove eight screws to release left and right casings – 2, 3, 4 ... save #5 for last (and attach first) … 6, 7, 8. Remove left casing. Loosen top roller sprockets. Do not loosen the motor sprocket at the bottom. Remove the master link from the chain and remove the chain. Remove top roller sprockets. Do not remove the motor sprocket at the b... Read More
LPE6510/3510 Roller, Thermistor or F4 Temp Fuse Disassembly (Part 1 of 1). Presenting the Fujipla LPE6510. Do not use this procedure to replace roll-up shaft or its bearings. Refer to written procedure for all required steps. This video is not detailed. Remove eight screws to release left and right casings – 2, 3, 4 ... save #5 for last (and attach first) … 6, 7, 8. Remove left casing. Loosen top roller sprockets. Do not loosen the motor sprocket at the bottom. Remove the master link from the chain and remove the chain. Remove top roller sprockets. Do not remove the motor sprocket at the bottom. Don’t lose the keys from the roller shafts. Turn the machine to work on the right side. Remove the lamination handle. Don’t lose the key from the shaft. Remove right casing. Remove bearing assembly. Lower roller out first, in last. Long end of shaft to left side of machine. Upper roller out last, in first. Take this opportunity to clean the rollers with alcohol to remove any adhesive. Turn machine to work on the left side. Remove small movable plate assemblies. Do not mix up the springs and notate which plate was on the front and rear of the machine. The tension is different. Remove all three wires from crimp connector. Remove small and large retaining rings holding the large movable plate. Remove the large movable plate. Remove nuts and washers holding two ground wires to the frame. Remove upper chamber from the frame. Thermistor sensor wire remains running through the large movable plate. Remove chamber support plate. Remove the thermistor sensor from the upper chamber. These two screws disconnect thermistor sensor wires from the circuit board. Polarity does not matter with this model when re-connecting. Remove the thermistor sensor from the upper chamber. Remove lower chamber. Remove lower chamber support plate. Loosen but do not remove screw in lower chamber holding F4 temperature fuse. Remove F4 temperature fuse from chamber. Replace F4 temperature fuse. Reassemble in reverse order (see written disassembly procedure). Dry-Lam, Lenexa, KS, 888-633-1973.

StaffReview

FujiPla 25" Easy-To-Use School Laminator Review

If your school is searching for a roll laminator, there's one you should take a look at. It's the FujiPla 25" Easy-to-Use School Laminator. Here are this product's strengths and weaknesses for your information.

Strengths:

  • The FujiPla 25" has a very good laminating width. This machine is capable of laminating items that are up to 25 inches wide such as student artwork, posters, and more.

  • This machine is compatible with film that's either 1.5 or 3.0 mil thick. You can use all standard school laminating films with this device. One popular film you can use is GBC's Nap Lam 1.

  • The FujiPla 25" warms up pretty quickly so you won't have to spend the entire day waiting for it to get ready. The machine will be ready for use after 5 minutes of warm-up time. Once it's ready to go, you'll be able laminate a letter-sized document (8.5" x 11") in less than half a minute.

  • All of this laminator's controls are conveniently located right on the front of the device. Controlling the temperature is incredibly simple: just turn the dial.

  • This device's rollers can be gapped. Gapping the rollers helps get rid of any flat spots so your documents will look great when they've been processed. Also, gapping makes loading new film much easier.

  • Since this machine will get warm during use, it's been outfitted with a protective shield so that injuries can be avoided. However, you'll still want to supervise any children who may be around the device when it's being used just to be safe.

  • The FujiPla 25" is backed by a year-long warranty. You can also purchase an on-site maintenance agreement so you can get the machine serviced where you work even after the warranty has expired.

Weaknesses:

  • This device is pretty large so if space is an issue, you may want to choose another laminator. The FujiPla 25" measures 33.5" (width) x 15.4" (depth) x 15.4" (height). If you do choose to use this device in a school, make sure an adult is the one who lifts it because it weighs 62 pounds.

  • Not all thicknesses of laminating film can be used with this machine. You won't be able to use film that's 7 or 10 mil thick, so you may want to select a different machine if your document require the protection a thicker film can give.

  • Finally, this machine doesn't have a cold lamination setting. Thus, you shouldn't process thermally sensitive items with it, such as color copies.

Overall, the FujiPla 25" Easy-to-Use School Laminator would be a great choice for educational institutions. It would even be a good choice for offices that are looking for a laminator that offers simple operation. While it would be nice if this device had a cold setting and the ability to handle thicker film, it's a good, basic laminator that will get most jobs done. If this sounds good to you, be sure to check out the FujiPla 25" today.

Questions & Answers
Q:
Where do I go to get replacement parts (thermistor) for this machine?
Asked by Robert LEster 8 months ago
A:
For parts, we would need to contact the manufacturer and get you a quote on cost and availability. To do that we would need the part number. Give our customer service department a call at 1-800-944-4573 and we can help you get the process started.

Answered by MyBinding.com 8 months ago
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