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MyBinding 14" Professional Roll Laminator
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MyBinding 14" Professional Roll Laminator

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MyBinding 14" Professional Roll Laminator

Part #: TCC-1400i
Brand: MyBinding
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ProductDescription

This MyBinding 14" Professional Roll Laminator is a two sided thermal laminating and mounting roll laminator that is an ideal laminating solution for school or professional environments who consistently laminate various sized documents that are equal or less than 14” in width – this includes, but it not limited to signs, newspaper articles, rewards, labels, charts, lists and reports. The "J-Bar" is for ease of film threading and max. film contact on heated roller and ensure a more quality finished laminating resuIt. The Tamerica TCC-1400i accommodates laminating film 1.5mil -10mil in thickness on a 1” core and can mount up to 3/16” – these capabilities, in addition to adjustable temperature and speed controls, laminating speed up to 8.8ft/min, a built-in horizontal trimmer, and reverse function, make the TCC-1400i versatile and user-friendly. Part Number is TCC-1400i.

Product Details

  • Max Laminate Width: 14"
  • Usage: Moderate - Heavy
  • Min/Max Film Thickness: 1.5mil - 10mil
  • Core Size: 1"
  • Laminating Type: Hot
  • Heating Method: Heated Roller
  • Warm Up Time: 20 min
  • Reverse Switch: Yes
  • Speed (Feet per Minute): 8.8 fpm
  • Adjustable Temperature: Yes
  • Ready Light: No
  • Safety Auto Shutoff: No
  • Safety Shield: 1
  • Feed Table Safety Switch: No
  • Built-in Horizontal Trimmer: Yes
  • Mounting Capability: Yes
  • Mounting Thickness in mil: 3/16"
  • Electrical Requirements: 120V/60 Hz
  • Dimensions: 34" x 24" x 18"

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DemonstrationVideo

Transcript: Welcome to MyBinding video. This video looks at the TCC-1400i, a MyBinding brand 14" Professional Roll Laminator. When your machine is all set up and ready to go which we have a video on to show you step by step how to do that. Your control panel is right here to the left and with it, you can raise and lower the temperature as well as the speed chart above just gives you an idea of what temperatures and speeds do for what thickness of film. And with the same control panel, you can choose hot or cold lamination. One of the hot rollers is controlled by a lever on the right hand side and the... Read More
Welcome to MyBinding video. This video looks at the TCC-1400i, a MyBinding brand 14" Professional Roll Laminator. When your machine is all set up and ready to go which we have a video on to show you step by step how to do that. Your control panel is right here to the left and with it, you can raise and lower the temperature as well as the speed chart above just gives you an idea of what temperatures and speeds do for what thickness of film. And with the same control panel, you can choose hot or cold lamination. One of the hot rollers is controlled by a lever on the right hand side and the up or down position, it's one of the ways of controlling and initiating the rolling process, that and the button on the front right. It's best to leave the rollers open when you can. This view of the rollers is without the film and here it is with everything ready to go. Documents are fed inside through the fence in the front to go in between the two rollers and out the back side. When all the way through with one or many documents, turn the rollers off so you can trim from the back. built into the machine is a razor blade on a bar that you can simply slide right across your entire project. It's better to use this than a pair of hand held scissors because accidentally poking one of those around heating rollers is a mess and will damage your machine. This machine has a throat opening of 14"wide and can handle 12 and even 14" rollers. The two adjustment knobs on the right hand side allow you to line up the rolls for specific alignment. You're in control of the laminating speed, and this machine can go up to 8.8 feet per minute which is pretty fast when you string together multiple projects. The TCC-1400i can handle film thicknesses from 1

TCC1400i Set Up - mybinding

Transcript: Welcome to MyBinding video. This is a how-to video on setting up and changing the laminating film on your TCC1400i. Included with your machine is an instruction booklet with a diagram on it that shows you how to lay out the film. In lots of times, your replacement rolls come with a little card that helps you remember how to line up your film. You’ll need to clear away the work table in the front to have full access to the bottom and top rollers. Let’s begin with the upper roller. To remove it, simply lift up on the left hand side and slide it out from the right. This aluminum bar th... Read More
Welcome to MyBinding video. This is a how-to video on setting up and changing the laminating film on your TCC1400i. Included with your machine is an instruction booklet with a diagram on it that shows you how to lay out the film. In lots of times, your replacement rolls come with a little card that helps you remember how to line up your film. You’ll need to clear away the work table in the front to have full access to the bottom and top rollers. Let’s begin with the upper roller. To remove it, simply lift up on the left hand side and slide it out from the right. This aluminum bar then goes inside your laminating roll. Slide it all the way in until those little teeth make it stop. And then with a clockwise motion, spin the bar as you push it right down to the center. You can’t go the other way and you can’t just push it. You have to twist it until it’s all the way to the line that you need. And if you follow the measuring lines on both bars, it makes for perfect alignment. The top roll needs to come off the back of the roll, the shiny side facing up and the dull side will be the bottom or underside. When you place the roll and bar back in the machine in reverse order, make sure that the film is going off the top and over toward the back of the machine, over the back side of the first bar, and over the top of the second bar. Here’s a different angle on that one. And there you have it. You can tuck the whole thing behind that little safety shield on the front so it overlays on the rubber rollers. And now for the bottom roller, the process is quite similar. Lift it up, pull it out, and then drape the film over the front to go underneath the machine. Twist the bar all the way on to the same line that you used for the top roller. Place it in there, tuck that film underneath, and then you’ll want to drape that material up over that closest bar just above the bottom roller. This time the dull side will be facing up and the shiny side will be facing down. And before you begin laminating, both the top roll film and the bottom roll of film will need to drape over the hot rollers. And then the safety bar down. With the control panel on the left, you select your heat and rolling speed for your size, thickness of film. There’s a small sticker just above the control panel to help you in that decision process. A single button on the right hand side allows you to run or stop the rollers and the lever on the far right side not only opens and closes the rollers but also initiates the rolling process as well. When the rollers are nice and warm, you’ll see that the film can actually adhere just a little bit to those rollers. Hold in place while you initiate the first feed. To do so, you’ll want to take some thin cardboard or some very thick cardstock and feed it right through those two hot rollers. This first threading may take a little bit of effort in pushing it right through and you’ll want to make sure you guide it on the way out the back side so it comes right clean through where it needs to and is easily trimmed. Use caution in reinserting the table. Make sure you use the threading devices on either side of the inside, and do not puncture those rollers. And that is just about it. With the film and table in place, you’re ready to go and laminate your day away. Here at MyBinding, we pride ourselves in our customer service. If you have any questions with this machine or any others, give us a call. For more demos, reviews, and how-to’s, check out MyBinding.com.
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