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Tamerica / Tashin TCC330 13" Heavy Duty Laminator
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Tamerica / Tashin TCC330 13" Heavy Duty Laminator

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Tamerica / Tashin TCC330 13" Heavy Duty Laminator

Part #: TCC330
Brand: Tamerica
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ProductDescription

The Tamerica/Tashin TCC330 is an all metal 13" heavy-duty pouch laminator with 4 rollers. This laminator will laminate documents up to 13" wide with pouches from 3mil - 10mil. The Tamerica TCC330 laminator can be used to laminate business cards, luggage tags, recipes, greeting cards, invitations, licenses, catalogs, menus, bookmarks, announcements, membership cards, rotary file cards, sales presentations, newspaper clippings and craft projects.

Product Details

  • Power Consumption: 470W
  • Temperature Control: PCB
  • Temperature Range: 77 F - 320 F (25 C - 160 C)
  • Warm Up Time: 3.5 - 4.5 MIN
  • Maximum Laminating Width: 13"
  • Maximum Pouch Thickness: 10mil
  • Dimensions: 23.3" x 12.4" x 7"
  • Weight: 17.9lbs
  • Warranty: 1 Year Manufacturer Warranty

ItemSpecifications

  • All-metal 13” heavy-duty pouch laminator
  • Four rollers
  • Laminates up to 13” wide
  • Laminates from 3mil – 10mil thickness

ProductReviews

2 Review(s)
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Reviewed on 2/24/2016

Awesome Review by Joan

Love that I can control bot the temperature and speed. Allows me to get perfect lamination every time. Plus I can run any thickness of pouch which is great.

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Reviewed on 8/19/2015

Great Laminating Machine Review by Cassie D.

Purchased this to replace to medium duty personal laminators that I had been fighting with for some time. The dual rollers and control over temperature are a fantastic upgrade. I now have perfectly sealed documents on the first pass.

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DemonstrationVideo

Transcript: Welcome to MyBinding video. This is a look at the TCC330, a heavy duty 13-inch laminator by Tamerica. The controls are simple and straight forward, both an on/off and forward and reverse switch, and a knob to dial in the temperature that you need for your project. It's quick, versatile in handling the largest of projects, and you can use it with or without a carrier. The graph on top will help you decide what temperature setting for your project. The TCC330 can handle a pouch thickness of up to 10mil and has a maximum laminating width of 13 inches. Being sure that the crease end of the laminat... Read More
Welcome to MyBinding video. This is a look at the TCC330, a heavy duty 13-inch laminator by Tamerica. The controls are simple and straight forward, both an on/off and forward and reverse switch, and a knob to dial in the temperature that you need for your project. It's quick, versatile in handling the largest of projects, and you can use it with or without a carrier. The graph on top will help you decide what temperature setting for your project. The TCC330 can handle a pouch thickness of up to 10mil and has a maximum laminating width of 13 inches. Being sure that the crease end of the laminating pouch goes in first, insert it into the throat of the machine and let it do its work. When it is completely done, remove it from the back and lay it flat to cool. Given the size of this machine, the control that you over the temperature, and the four rollers that makes this machine heavy duty and able to accomplish many different tasks, such as laminating business cards, luggage tags, recipes, green cards, invitations, licenses, catalogs, menus, bookmarks, announcements, membership cards, rotary file cards, sales presentations, newspaper clippings, and crafting projects. Should you have a jam of some sort, this machine is equipped with reverse button. Just push and hold and remove your project. You're on your way with the TCC330 by Tamerica. For more demos, reviews, and how to's, check out MyBinding.com.

StaffReview

Tamerica TCC330 Laminator Review

Tamerica makes some great heavy-duty laminators including the TCC330, a device with a 13-inch feed opening and fast laminating time. Here's what you need to know about this machine's strengths and weaknesses to decide if this is the machine you need.

Strengths:

  • The TCC330 is great to use if your documents are on the large size. It has a 13-inch throat that's just the right size for legal-sized paper (8.5" x 14"). You could even use it to laminate documents printed on tabloid-sized paper that measures 11" x 17".

  • This device can work with pouches that are both thick and thin. The pouches you use can be 3, 5, 7, or 10 mil thick. A thicker pouch is a good idea if you want your document to be as well-protected as possible.

  • If you're in a hurry to get the job done, the TCC230 would be a good choice. It warms completely up in less than 5 minutes so you can get started as soon as possible. This laminator will also process your documents in less than one minute, so you can quickly strike one thing off of your "to do" list.

  • This laminator won't take up a lot of room in your workspace because it measures 23" (width) x 12.4" (depth) x 7" (height). It will be easy to move it around, too, because it only weighs about 20 pounds.

  • This machine has four rollers which distribute heat and make everything as smooth as possible. Because of this, you can be confident all of your documents will look terrific.

  • Tamerica makes some of the most durable laminators available and the TCC330 is no exception. It has all-metal parts that are strong enough to withstand a lot of use, so you'll definitely be able to get your money's worth out of it. Plus, it comes with a one-year warranty so you'll be able to get the thing fixed if you have any issues with it.

Weaknesses:

  • The TCC330 is a laminator that operates at temperatures ranging from 77 to 320 degrees Fahrenheit. (That's equivalent to 25 to 160 degrees Celsius.) Thus, it lacks a cold setting and is incompatible with pressure-sensitive pouches. You should avoid laminating thermally sensitive documents (i.e. ink-jet printouts) with this device.

  • This product's instruction manual contains information on how to laminate without a carrier. While you can do so, using a carrier is recommended. If you don't, hot adhesive can seep out of the laminating pouch and coat the rollers and other parts of the machine. This can really do some damage and you should avoid it.

Overall, the Tamerica TCC330 would be a good choice if you're in a need of a laminator with a 13-inch feed opening. It's great that it can work with pouches of varying thicknesses and that it both warms up and laminates quickly. You'll like the results you get with it and that it's durable enough to be used often. Just be sure to use a carrier and to not try to process any thermally sensitive items. If you do so, you'll find that the TCC330 will work well for you.

Questions & Answers
Q:
Can this machine do foil stamping with the foil you sell? I purchased the foil you sell and with the machine I have its not sticking to the text. Thanks
Asked by Sonya Cantu 5 months ago
A:
Thank you for your question. The lamination foil that we sell is designed to work with laminators that get hot enough to work with 10 mil laminates. The Tamerica / Tashin TCC330 13" Heavy Duty Laminator does have a temperature range that will work with lamination foils. The other thing to consider is that the lamination foil will only stick to prints that come from e a toner based printer. ie a laser printer.

Answered by MyBinding 5 months ago
Q:
my laminator stopped working no power you have a how to video somewhere
Asked by jose luis 8 months ago
A:
Unfortunetly we do not have any trouble shooting videos on our site. To address technical issues the best first step is to contact the manufacturers technical support department. The manufacturer is Tamerica and their phone number is 1(800) 822-6555.

Answered by MyBinding.com 8 months ago
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