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Royal Sovereign RSC-1050CL 41 Inch Wide Format Cold Roll Laminator
$3,718.00

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Royal Sovereign RSC-1050CL 41 Inch Wide Format Cold Roll Laminator

Part #: RSC-1050CL

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ProductDescription

The Royal Sovereign RSC-1050CL is an economical 41" Wide Format Roll Laminator that is designed for cold laminating and mounting up to 9/32" inch. The RSC-1050CL is designed for use with pressure sensitive laminating films, mounting adhesives and backing films. This machine is incredibly easy to use and since there is no heat required the laminator is ready immediately to laminate and finish your documents, posters, banners and other printed materials. Check out the Royal Sovereign RSC-1050CL roll laminator today. Features Royal Sovereign Authorized Installation, On-Site Set-up, and Training on location, in lower 48 states of America.

Product Details

  • Fast - Laminates pressure sensitive films up to 41" (1050mm) wide at speeds up to 9.0' (2.7m/min) per minute.
  • Quality - Digital controls with 9 speed settings, combined with silicone rubber rollers help deliver the perfect finish.
  • Versatility - Designed for mounting up to 9/32" (7mm), laminating individual or multiple copies of posters prints, POP signs, training aids, rigid or flexible signage, inkjet, photo, floor graphics, premask and much more.
  • Easy To Use - Simple set-up with one button operation. Remote control and foot petal designed for hands-free operation.

Product Reviews

DemonstrationVideo

Transcript: Congratulations on the purchase of your Royal Sovereign Cold Laminator. The following are step-by-step instructions to get you started - how to load the laminator and how to normally laminate your graphics. Remove the upper laminating supply shaft from the laminator. Orient the roll of laminating film so that the film is coming off the bottom of the roll towards the front of the laminator. Take the roll feed shaft and slide it into the laminating roll. Put the loaded laminating roll film shaft back in place. You must remove the safety devices from the machine to allow easy access for loading t... Read More
Congratulations on the purchase of your Royal Sovereign Cold Laminator. The following are step-by-step instructions to get you started - how to load the laminator and how to normally laminate your graphics. Remove the upper laminating supply shaft from the laminator. Orient the roll of laminating film so that the film is coming off the bottom of the roll towards the front of the laminator. Take the roll feed shaft and slide it into the laminating roll. Put the loaded laminating roll film shaft back in place. You must remove the safety devices from the machine to allow easy access for loading the film. Remove the safety guard, the finger guard and the feed table. Make sure your roll of laminating film is centered on the laminator. Bring the laminating film underneath the large chrome idle bar and pull out approximately a foot- foot-and-a-half of film. Separate the release liner from the laminating film. Take the release liner to the back side of the take up core. Take the release liner to the take up core. It's also a good idea to make sure you've got at least one full revolution of release liner around the take up core to prevent it accidentally slipping off when you start up the laminator. Take a sheet of backing paper. This can be a release liner, craft paper or any scrap material that you have in your shop. It should be wider than the laminating film that you're using. Take this backing paper and attach it to the exposed laminating film. Make sure that you're on the upper roller above the center nip point of the laminating rollers. Replace the feed table, the finger guard and the safety guard. We're going to use what's called a leader board to get the film loaded through the laminator. Use any off-cut of any rigid substrate. It should be approximately the width of the laminating film by approximately 8-10 inches in depth and should have at least one straight machine cut leading edge. Make sure the laminating rollers are in the fully opened position. With the rollers open, take the straight leading edge of your leader board and use this to put the film and backing paper into the laminator. Close the rollers now until you feel pressure, which will vary depending on the thickness of the leader board. We suggest all new users start everything at speed one. With the leader board now in place, we're going to run the laminator and apply pressure towards the laminating position so that when the rigid substrate clears the rollers, the gap will close to continue to drive the filament through. Once the leader board clears the front rollers, close the rollers to the full laminating position. This will allow the laminator to continue to drive the film through the laminator. Once the leader board clears the rear cut line of the rear of the laminator, you can stop the laminator. Use the built-in cutter to remove the leader board from the rear of the machine. Visually inspect the film to make sure that it's flat and wrinkle-free on the rollers. Make certain when you're feeding your graphics, you have a nice, taut, flat leading edge by applying outward pressure with both hands. Use the foot pedal or the start button to start the laminator and ease the graphic into the rollers. Take the strip of release liner or scrap paper. Slide it underneath the trailing edge of the graphic. This will prevent the full width of laminating film from hitting the roller when the graphic exits. Once the graphic exits the nip point of the rollers, stop the laminator. Remove the excess from the front of the feed table. Take your next graphic, lay it down on top of the hanging piece of slip sheet and feed the graphic in. Keep repeating this process until all of your graphics are done. When you get to your final graphic to be laminated, take a backer paper approximately 2 feet long. Slide this slip sheet underneath the trailing edge of your final graphic. This longer slip sheet at the final graphic will allow you to have your graphic exit the rear of the laminator while still providing protection from the adhesive hitting the *0:06:42 roller. Thank you for purchasing the Royal Sovereign Laminator. We hope that this brief instruction will help you get started quickly. Thanks again.

ItemSpecifications

  • Model Number: RSC-1050CL
  • Power Supply: AC 120V/60Hz
  • Power Consumption: 100W
  • Max Laminating Width: 41 (in) / 1050 (mm)
  • Film Thickness: 1-10 (mil ) / 25-250 (mic)
  • Max Laminating Speed: 9.0 (ft/min) / 2.7 (m/min)
  • Ready Time: N/A
  • Driving Motor: DC geared motor
  • Temperature Control: N/A
  • Speed Control: Digital (micom) 9 settings
  • Transport Type: 2 Roller
  • Film Core Size: Cast Core Hub (2.25", 3")
  • Cross Cutter: Yes
  • Document Guides: Yes
  • Take Up System: Chain Link to Main Motor
  • Hot Lamination: No
  • Cold Lamination: Yes
  • Mounting / Foam Board: Yes/up to 9/32" (7mm)
  • Reverse: Yes
  • Remote Control: Yes
  • Foot Pedal: Yes
  • Unit Dimensions: 55" x 21.25" x 47.6"
  • Unit Weight: 176 (lbs) 80 (kg)
  • Carton Dimensions: 61.4" x 30.7" x 29.5"
  • Gross Weight: 385 (lbs) 175 (kg)
  • Warranty: 1 Year Manufacturer parts and labor, 6 Months on Rollers

StaffReview

Royal Sovereign RSC-1050CL Roll Laminator Review

Cold lamination is one of the best document finishing methods available. It can help you process your documents so they'll last much longer. (They'll also look great.) If this interests you, you'll want to learn all about the Royal Sovereign RSC-1050CL Roll Laminator. Here are it strengths and weaknesses. Read on to learn all about them.

Strengths:

  • The RSC-1050CL is the machine to use if you need to process really large items. This device has a laminating width of 41 inches, making it perfect for banners, posters, and more. You could also use it to process letter- and legal-sized documents if you want.

  • This laminator is compatible with just about all thicknesses of laminating film. You can use film that's 1 to 10 mil thick, so your projects can have just the right amount of protection. The rolls of film this machine can handle must have a 2.25" or 3" core.

  • When selecting your film for use with this device, be sure to purchase pressure-sensitive film. (Since this is a cold laminator, it cannot process thermal film.) This can actually be a good thing because it means you can use this machine to laminate thermally sensitive items. These include photographs and just about anything printed with water-based ink.

  • If you want to use mounting boards, it's totally possible with the RSC-1050CL. Just make sure you use ones that aren't thicker than 9/32".

  • There is no warm-up time required due to this being a cold machine. Thus, you'll be able to save some time which is always helpful.

  • The RSC-1050CL will help you get your projects done faster so you can meet your deadlines and move on to other tasks. It can process a maximum of 9 feet of material which is pretty impressive. There are 9 speed settings for your convenience.

  • You'll be able to keep your hands free when using this machine. That's because it comes with a remote control as well as a foot pedal.

  • The rollers of this laminator are covered under a 6-month warranty while the rest of the machine comes with 1 year of protection.

Weaknesses:

  • If you need the features of a hot laminator, you should choose a different device. As mentioned above, the RSC-1050CL can only do cold processes.

  • This laminator will take up a lot of room because it measures 55" (width) x 21.25" (depth) x 47.6" (height). It's also extremely heavy since it weighs 385 pounds.

The Royal Sovereign RSC-1050CL is one of the best cold laminators available. It will always do a fantastic job of processing your documents and you'll even be able to use mounting boards. You don't need to wait for this machine to warm up and you'll be able to get things done more quickly. (Just make sure that you're comfortable with the size of the device.) If this sounds like what you want in a laminator, be sure to take a closer look at the RSC-1050CL today.

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