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TCC 2700 27" Roll Laminator
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TCC 2700 27" Roll Laminator

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TCC 2700 27" Roll Laminator

Part #: TC2700
Brand: Tamerica
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ProductDescription

The Tamerica TCC-2700 is an ideal addition to a copy shop, print shop, or school. Easy to use and high quality, this roll laminator is also more affordable than many other similar products in its class. It comes with a spring-loaded adjustable pressure, heated rollers made of top-grade silicon rubber, and a conveniently adjustable tension on the upper and lower supply rolls. These features ensure a smooth operation and perfect results, producing laminated materials that don't have wrinkles or curls. Use the variable speed to adjust the machine for various needs. As it accepts a wide range of film thicknesses, of 1.5mil and up to 10mil, you can use the Tamerica TCC-2700 on almost any type of laminating project.

Product Details

  • Variable Speed.
  • Spring-loaded adjustable pressure on laminating and pull rollers.
  • Adjustable tension on both upper lower supply rolls to assure controlled, smooth even lamination without wrinkle or curl.
  • Easy accommodation for 500 foot rolls of 1.5 mil (.0015") laminating film.
  • Accepts 1.5 mil to 10 mil films
  • Adjustable feed guide
  • Laminating rollers made of top-grade silicon rubber.
  • Heavy-duty chain & sprocket drive
  • Manual with threading diagram
  • Protective shield
  • Silicon Heated roller for easy clearing and scratch-free lamination.
  • Laminates materials up to 3/16" thick.
  • Guide plate for 8.5" x 11"
  • Temperature conversion feature
  • Reverse function
  • UL approved and CSA pending.

ItemSpecifications

  • Power Consumption: 1600W
  • Power Supply: 115V/60Hz
  • Motor: DC 24V
  • Max Roll Thickness: 10mil
  • Max Lamination Width: 27"
  • Lamination Speed: 9 Settings (18-48" per minute)
  • Temperature Control: LED
  • Reverse Function: Yes
  • Pressure Control Function: Yes
  • Roller Separation: Function Yes
  • Additional Function: Machine beeps to advise that rollers are ready to run
  • Roller Material: Silicon
  • Warranty: 1 Year Manufacturer
  • Machine Dimensions: 30.5" x 17.7" x 14.2"
  • Machine Weight: 88.2 lbs

ProductReviews

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Reviewed on 2/16/2016

I was looking for an inexpensive roll laminator that could do up to 10mil and do mounting. This was the best option that I can find and it gets the job done. It isn't as fancy as some of the other models that I looked at but has everything that I need.

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DemonstrationVideo

Transcript: Welcome to MyBinding video. This is a look at the Tamerica TCC 2700, a 27-inch roll laminator. It’s fast, easy to use, heavy duty, hot and cold laminating, and push button controls right here on the front. A small chart is affixed to the machine so you know what temperature and speed you need to work with with your project. The all-metal construction makes it not only heavy but heavy duty; it will last you a long time. There is a picture graph included with the machine to help you know how to install the laminating film. We have the entire video for you on that to make it easier. So refer to... Read More

Welcome to MyBinding video. This is a look at the Tamerica TCC 2700, a 27-inch roll laminator. It’s fast, easy to use, heavy duty, hot and cold laminating, and push button controls right here on the front. A small chart is affixed to the machine so you know what temperature and speed you need to work with with your project. The all-metal construction makes it not only heavy but heavy duty; it will last you a long time. There is a picture graph included with the machine to help you know how to install the laminating film. We have the entire video for you on that to make it easier. So refer to that for details. For now just know that this machine can handle one and a half to ten mil in laminating film thickness. Once the film is all loaded and primed, place your work table onto the grooves, put down the heat shield and set your settings. The TCC 2700 can accommodate film rolls up to 27 inches wide. So you can laminate large and many documents. Setting the sides of this tray table here allows for projects to go in consistently straight everytime and within the side of the laminating film. Adjustment on the side here allows you to move the motor faster according to what you need in thickness of your film. As you get into your project you can make adjustments as you go by widening the table for instance. Just making sure everything is on the inside of the edge of that film. Once everything is set and in place and you begin to get your rhythm, make sure you check from time to time the film on the back to make sure it’s not kinking, tangling, and has a free place to fall to. You can continue to add documents and posters of all sizes and it will continue to process one after another. It’s best to run all your projects through before making your cut from the machine. It saves time as well as laminating film. Do your trimming afterwards. That’s it, that’s the TCC 2700 by Tamerica. For more demos, reviews, and how to’s, check out MyBinding.com.

Transcript: Welcome to MyBinding Video. This video is designed to assist you in how to load your TCC 2700. All roll laminators needs to be filled and then refilled when you run out of laminating film. The chart that was included with your machine is helpful. But sometimes the whole process can seem a bit daunting. Let's go step-by-step so we can understand and learn.
The first thing is to understand there’s a shiny side and the dull side to every roll. You have to look at the chart to find out where the shiny side lays to to make sure that your laminating rolls are facing the right direction to actual...
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Welcome to MyBinding Video. This video is designed to assist you in how to load your TCC 2700. All roll laminators needs to be filled and then refilled when you run out of laminating film. The chart that was included with your machine is helpful. But sometimes the whole process can seem a bit daunting. Let's go step-by-step so we can understand and learn. The first thing is to understand there’s a shiny side and the dull side to every roll. You have to look at the chart to find out where the shiny side lays to to make sure that your laminating rolls are facing the right direction to actually adhere to the paper. With the shiny facing down, remove the bottom roller. Slide it into the tube with the laminate roll. These teeth are design to keep the roll from slipping on the bar. Twist it in a counter clockwise fashion till you get all the way through to the other side, stopping it the mark for your size of roll. For us, 25 inches. Place the loaded bar back into the machine, right side first and then the left. Now, give yourself a little leeway way with the laminate film, unroll it a little bit. That way you can feed it underneath that back button bar up and over, underneath the second bar and pull it all the way through, all the way down the film. And then gently pulled it out to give yourself some lead, and we'll use it later. Let's look it that bit a little closer. Shiny side facing down, back around the one bar, and up and under the second bar. Lay your excess down and out of the way. Now remove the top bar and we'll do a very similar thing with that one. Load it onto the film roll, a clockwise twisting until you get into your mark. Place it back up and into its holder, the right side first and then the left. Now it's time here make sure that we check the reference chart to be sure we had the shiny side facing in the right direction. For this top roll, it comes off the top toward the back with the shiny side facing away from the machine. And then give yourself a little bit of lead and drape it down behind that first bar that just below. There’s two bars there it goes in between and then up and over this little second bar here. Feed it through with one side, make sure it's nice and flush. And then pull it out all the way along the length of the film roll. Give yourself a little bit of a lead as well. Pull it out nice and gentle, and drape it forward. At this point you need to feed the film behind the heat shield. So just tuck it back there, just like this. Lift the heat shield and pull it all the way down. If the rollers are warm, it's going to start to melt and that's okay. Just carry on. Lay it all the way flat down. On the bottom side you're going to lift it up and over. Now we can begin to prime and feed that roll. We use the piece of cardboard or cardstock or previously laminated material. Push it in, let the rollers grab it and pull it out all the way through. This point is going to get everything smooth. It’s going to line up the rollers and get everything working just as it supposed to be.Let it go through all the way to the back side here and cut it off. Be extremely careful when using razor blades or straight edges near this machine. These hot rollers here, if they should get punctured, will be destroyed and make quite a mess. Replace the work table, set it on the grooves. Replace the heat shield and you're off and ready for great production. We hope this have been helpful. That’s how to fill and refill your TCC 2700 Roll Laminator by Tamerica. For more demos, reviews and how to’s, check out MyBinding.com.

StaffReview

TCC 2700 27" Roll Laminator Review

Are you looking for a roll laminator for your business or school? If so, you'll want to check out the Tamerica 2700. Here's all you need to know about this great product.

What you need to know:

  • The TC2700 has a maximum laminating width of 27 inches. It's ideal for working with large items including maps, banners, signs, and so on. You can also use it to laminate smaller documents. Everything you process can be up to 1/16" thick, so it's possible to mount some types of cardstock.

  • This device has 9 different speed settings. Depending on which on you choose, you can laminate as much as 48 inches of material in just one minute. On the slowest setting, this laminator can process 18 inches. Controlling the speed and temperature is easy because the device has an LED display.

  • This machine is compatible with film that's up to 10 mil thick. That way, your documents can be as flexible or as sturdy as you need them to be. It will even easily accommodate rolls of 1.5 mil film that are 500 feet long so you can laminate a lot of documents with just one roll.

  • The tension on both the upper and lower rolls of laminating film can be adjustable. This ensures a smooth process and flawless results.

  • Everything you laminate with this machine will look great because it has two heated rollers. The rollers are made of high-quality silicone so everything will be smooth and not marred by wrinkles and other unsightly marks.

  • If your work ever gets stuck in the machine, you won't need to worry because the reverse mode will help you remove the item.

  • This device has an integrated trimmer so removing excess laminate from your work will be a breeze. There's also an automatic shut-off feature which helps keep the motor in good shape.

  • The TC2700 is a very large machine that has dimensions of 30.5" (width) x 17.7" (depth) x 14.2" (height). You may want to think about purchasing a cart on which to store this device so you can move it out of the way if necessary. Plus, the machine weighs almost 90 pounds, so a cart with casters will definitely make transporting easier.

  • Using this device will be a safe experience because it has a protective shield to keep hands from accidentally touching the heating element.

The Tamerica TC2700 is a really terrific roll laminator that would be a welcome addition to any office, copy shop, or school. The fact that it can use film up to 10 mil thick indicates that this is a machine that can be used to laminate a wide variety of items, even those that are up to 27" wide. Thanks to the device's heated silicone rollers and the ability to adjust the tension, everything that's run through the machine will come out looking great. And the protective shield makes using the TC2700 safe to boot. If you're in the market for a roll laminator, this is one you simply must check out.

Questions & Answers
Q:
Can i use the TCC 2700 to laminating with pouches?
Asked by gabriel diaz 3 months ago
A:
Thank you for your question. You are able to use the TCC 2700 27" Roll Laminator with pouches with some stipulations, the roll laminate can not be in place, you would need to pass the pouches through on the slowest setting and it may require more than one pass depending on the thickness of the laminate.

Answered by MyBinding 3 months ago
Q:
can I purchase a relacement PROTECTIVE SHEILD PART NUMbER NOTED AS '064'
Asked by Cathy 3 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 3 months ago
Q:
Where can we get parts for our TCC2700? We need the 3H1-D30 thermo set.
Asked by Rich Rohrbach 3 months ago
Q:
Someone turned the laminator on and left the handle in the "down" position. About an inch of lamin has wound back around the rolls. How in the world do I get it off? There is so much lamin on the rolls, the rollers will not turn forward or reverse.
Asked by Lamin Jam 10 months ago
A:
I am sorry to hear that! A problem like this will require an onsite service call from a repair technician. Please call us at 800-944-4573 so we can further assist you.

Answered by Mybinding.com 10 months ago
Q:
Can you mount fome cor? 24" x 36"
Asked by Stephanie L. 11 months ago
A:
Yes this machine has a handle on the side that allows you to gap the rollers for mounting graphics on foam cor. You can use boards that are pre-coated with adhesive or you can apply the adhesive using the laminator. If you need help finding the right supplies for your mounting project give our customer service department a call and they can assist you. Our number is 1-800-944-4573

Answered by MyBinding.com 11 months ago
Q:
How long does it take to warm up?
Asked by Rick S. 11 months ago
A:
The TCC 2700 take between 12 and 14 minutes to warm up. The machine will beep to alert you when it is ready to use.

Answered by MyBinding.com 11 months ago
Q:
What is the differences between the TCC2700 and the MY2700 laminators?
Asked by Rebecca 11 months ago
A:
The TCC 2700 27" Roll Laminator is able to work with a wider range of laminate. The TCC2700 can use up to 10 mil thick but the MY2700 will do only up to 3 mil. The TCC2700 also has variable speeds to help accommodate the variety of laminates that it is able to utilize.

Answered by MyBinding.com 11 months ago
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