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New GBC Ultima 65 EZload 27 Inch School Roll Laminator
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New GBC Ultima 65 EZload 27 Inch School Roll Laminator

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New GBC Ultima 65 EZload 27 Inch School Roll Laminator

Part #: 1710740B
Brand: GBC
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ProductDescription

This new and improved GBC Ultima 65 Laminator now comes with an EZload film technology that is up to 50% faster than the old version. Unlike the old GBC Ultima 65, this new version has so many new features and improvements that will help increase your performance and productivity when laminating. Some of these new features are the following: less than 10-minute warm-up time, AutoGrip Shafts for easier and faster film replacement, Pivoting Table for easier access when changing film, Attached Idler Bar for easier film threading, AutoSpeed feature to always ensure that you are laminating at the right speed, Rear Stop Button to easily stop the machine while viewing output, and Footage Counter to conveniently track film usage. The GBC Ultima 65 accomodates film up to 3mil thick and can handle documents up to 27" wide. This GBC Ultima 65 EZload 27" Roll Laminator is the perfect solution for everything from posters to class photos.

Product Details

  • Pivoting table and heat shield provide easier access when changing film, no need to remove the table.
  • New Ultima 65 EZload film rolls are easier to install and take the guess work out of how to put the film in.
  • With Standard Film, AutoGrip shafts make it simpler to remove and add film.
  • AutoSpeed ensures quality lamination and eliminates the guess work of which speed to use.
  • Additional stop button on the back of the machine allows the user to view the output and to easily stop the machine.
  • Easy to use one touch control panel with large Run, Stop and Reverse buttons gives the user perfect control of the machine.
  • Removable shaft hooks on the back of the machine reduce the chances of common film wraps and provide storage for AutoGrip shafts.

ItemSpecifications

  • Warm-up Time: Less Than 10 Minutes
  • Variable Speed: 2 - 10 ft./min.
  • AutoSpeed: Yes
  • Film Supplies: Standard School Film "Nap I" and Ultima 65 EZload Film
  • Maximum Film Thickness: 3 mil
  • Maximum Document Size: 27"
  • AutoGrip Shafts: Yes
  • Pivoting Table: Yes
  • Attached Idler Bar: Yes
  • Auto Speed: Yes
  • Extended Exit with Shaft Hooks: Yes
  • Ready Light Indicator: Yes
  • Reverse Function: Yes
  • Slow Forward Function: Yes
  • Rear Stop Button: Yes
  • Rear Trimmer: Yes
  • Edge Guide: Yes
  • Footage Counter: Yes
  • Standby Mode: 2 hrs without use
  • Auto Shut-off: 3 hrs without use
  • Warranty: 90 Days
  • Dimensions: 35" (W) x 21" (D) x 14" (H)
  • Weight: 111 lbs
  • Power Requirements: 120V, 60Hz
  • Safety: CU, C/UL

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Reviewed on 11/14/2016

Great laminator!
Shopped around to find the best price, found it with The binding company!
Ordered and received very very quickly!
great customer service.

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DemonstrationVideo

GBC Ultima 65 Overview

Transcript: This is an overview of the GBC Ultima 65!
The updated 2016 GBC Ultima 65 machine has been built from the ground up.
First of all, the Ultima 65 now uses EZ Load film, OR normal rods. With the EZ Load film, you never have to worry about loading the film backwards. This makes loading film almost fool proof!
If you have other film rolls, you can also use the 1 inch rods. This also lets you use other sizes of film. Even the rods are built to make things easier for inexperienced users.
In addition to the simple control panel, the Ultima 65 also has an auto speed setting. This ensure that no mat...
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This is an overview of the GBC Ultima 65!

The updated 2016 GBC Ultima 65 machine has been built from the ground up.

First of all, the Ultima 65 now uses EZ Load film, OR normal rods. With the EZ Load film, you never have to worry about loading the film backwards. This makes loading film almost fool proof!

If you have other film rolls, you can also use the 1 inch rods. This also lets you use other sizes of film. Even the rods are built to make things easier for inexperienced users.

In addition to the simple control panel, the Ultima 65 also has an auto speed setting. This ensure that no matter the thickness of your project, it will perfectly laminate it. Which is great for users who don’t know what they are doing!

You can see here that different paper types and thicknesses can be laminated without changing any settings. The machine senses the heat transfer for each material and adjust the speed accordingly in real time.

There is now a length counter as well. So you know exactly how much film you have used up.

Another awesome feature is the ability to slowly operate the rollers when the safety shield is up! This makes cleaning, unjamming, and changing films of the laminator much easier.

There is also an added stop button in the back of the machine.

You can laminate using film up to 27 inches long, and up to a 3 mil thickness. This may be the easiest to use roll laminator you will ever find, while still giving you the availability to use custom film types.

How to Laminate

Transcript: This is the basic steps on how to laminate.
First make sure the machine is plugged in, and turned on in the back of the machine. Then turn on the heat in the front. This hourglass symbol will flash until the checkmark illuminates green. Also select the thickness of film your are using.
Next look to see if the automatic speed light is on. We highly recommend all user to use the automatic speed function. You can turn it off and on by pushing in the speed control dial. You can change the speed by turning the dial, though this does not take effect when the auto light is on.
Before inserting you...
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This is the basic steps on how to laminate.

First make sure the machine is plugged in, and turned on in the back of the machine. Then turn on the heat in the front. This hourglass symbol will flash until the checkmark illuminates green. Also select the thickness of film your are using.

Next look to see if the automatic speed light is on. We highly recommend all user to use the automatic speed function. You can turn it off and on by pushing in the speed control dial. You can change the speed by turning the dial, though this does not take effect when the auto light is on.

Before inserting your projects, adjust the edge guide. This can be slid to any position on the table, but make sure it is within the boundaries of your film edges.

When ready, push the green button to start the rollers in forward rotation. Check the back to make sure the film is feeding properly out. Let a few inches come out to help avoid the film wrapping around the back rollers.

Now insert your project or multiple projects depending on their size. As soon as you start, continue to monitor the back.

With everything running smoothly, continue to feed as many project in as you need.

When the last one exits the machine, you can use the stop button in the back to halt forward progression.

You can now use the blade that is attached to the machine to cut your roll of projects off. However, I will note that cutting it this short opens up again to wrap around the back rollers. If you cut it a few inches away from the machine with another blade, you will help avoid this for later. Or, simply feed a few more inches through after you cut it.

How to Load EZ Load Film

Transcript: In this video we are going to set up the GBC Ultima 65 using the EZ Load film rolls.
First make sure the machine is plugged in, and turned on in the back of the machine. Then turn on the heat in the front. This hourglass symbol will flash until the checkmark illuminates green. Also select the thickness of film your are using.
If you have film already in, you will first need to remove it. Open the clear shield, and press on the blue tabs to swing open the table. Then cut the film carefully—be extra cautious around the rollers as to not damage them with the blade.
Damaging the rollers i...
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In this video we are going to set up the GBC Ultima 65 using the EZ Load film rolls.

First make sure the machine is plugged in, and turned on in the back of the machine. Then turn on the heat in the front. This hourglass symbol will flash until the checkmark illuminates green. Also select the thickness of film your are using.

If you have film already in, you will first need to remove it. Open the clear shield, and press on the blue tabs to swing open the table. Then cut the film carefully—be extra cautious around the rollers as to not damage them with the blade.

Damaging the rollers is one of the most expensive service costs. It is highly recommended to use a zippy cutter instead of an exposed blade.

Hold the reverse button until it is out of the rollers. From there, remove the film rolls. Open the holders by pinching the ends and lifting up the top.

The EZ load film is nearly fool proof. You’ll see the film holders are color coded. They only lock in place with the matching end colors. So just place them on and lock it in place.

For the bottom film, bring down the tabletop by pushing on the blue tabs and swing the table open.

Notice how the colors have swapped for the holders. Match the colors with the roll and place it in. EZ Load film takes out all the questions. Your film is now guaranteed to be inserted correctly

Now straighten your film and pull it out and over the rollers. The top film will lay over the metal bar as well.

You’ll see that the adhesive will begin to melt since the rollers have been heating this whole time. That is exactly what we want because now we can drape the bottom film over top and it will stick in place.

Now bring the tabletop back into a working position and bring the safety shield down.

To feed the film through start the roller with the green button and take a thicker card and push it into the machine until the rollers grab the card.

In the back, if you are not careful the film could wrap around the exit rollers—do not let this happen. When first feeding it through, the film could also completely miss the back rollers. So you can stop the machine with this back button.

If this happens, help guide the film into where the back rollers are—they are covered by a metal cover. You may have to back the project up first and then feed it through.

When it first comes out, the film is going to be very wrinkled. So keep it running until the film smoothes out. Then stop the machine and you are ready for your real projects.

From there, continue with the basic operations.

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