1.5 Mil Premium School Laminating Film - 1" Core
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1.5 Mil Premium School Laminating Film - 1" Core

Brand: MyBinding
10 Questions, 10 Answers
24 Reviews
  • 5 popular widths available
  • 500' roll length
  • Attractive, long lasting glossy finish
  • Compatible with all brands of Laminators
  • Ships Free Over $75
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Product Description

This 1.5 Premium School Laminating Film is designed to protect prints and make images stand out. These glossy films will prolong the life of your print as well as enhance the image of the print for years of use. Standard and School Laminating films from MyBinding.com adhere well to most toner based prints. They are ideally suited for black and white prints and prints with moderate ink coverage. Standard and School laminating films work well on most copy paper, news prints, poster boards, construction paper and other porous papers. These 1.5 premium school laminating films are designed to work on most Roll Laminators including virtually any School Laminator from GBC, Banner American, Royal Sovereign, Ledco, Drylam and Tamerica.
*** Most individuals with roll laminators will order film in pairs. The price above is per roll. ***

Product Details

  • Treading card is included in the carton of rolls
  • Warning for end of the roll is included for the film (see photos). The label is placed 1 meter before the end of the roll.
  • Configuration between PET & Resin for 0.65 PET / 0.85 PE
  • Film Type: School Film
  • Thickness:1.5 mil
  • Roll Width:9" - 27"
  • Roll Length:500'
  • Film Finish:Gloss
  • Core Size:1"
  • Operating Temperature: 290 Degrees Fareinheit

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Part NumberRoll WidthRoll LengthThicknessFilm Finish
TLR1.5X9X500X19"500'1.5 milGloss
TLR1.5X12X500X112"500'1.5 milGloss
TLR1.5X18X500X118"500'1.5 milGloss
TLR1.5X25X500X125"500'1.5 milGloss
TLR1.5X27X500X127"500'1.5 milGloss

Questions & Answers

This price is for one roll, but you do have to order film in multiples of 2.

Answered by MyBinding.com
2 years and 4 months ago ago
Thanks for you question. That film would be made from PET - Polyethylene terephthalate, EVA - Ethylene-vinyl acetate and PE - Polyethylene. Please be advised that laser cutting this item will cause off gassing.

Answered by MyBinding
2 years and 8 months ago ago
These laminating rolls come in singles, when ordering please be sure to order a quantity of 2 to ensure you have a top and bottom roll for your laminator.

Answered by MyBinding.com
2 years and 10 months ago ago
Thank you for your question. This item is sold individually, so this would be the price for 1 roll.

Answered by Mybinding
2 years and 11 months ago ago
Thank you for your question. You can trim laminate after it has been processed. If you break the seal around the edge of the sheet there is a chance for pealing as the laminate adheres better to itself than to paper. It does get a solid bond but wear and tear may cause it to peal.

Answered by MyBinding
5 years and 10 months ago ago
Most machines will list in the manual what thickness of film it can go up to. If you are not sure, we can always look up your make and model and help you order the correct film.

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6 years and 1 months ago ago
Laminating rolls are sold and priced individually.

Answered by MyBinding.com
7 years ago
Unfortunately it is very difficult to use a standard roll of laminating film with a pouch laminator. The Fellowes Spectra 95 is designed to use with laminating pouches that are sealed on one edge and have a top and bottom flap. The top and bottom flap are aligned to prevent glue from coming in contact with the rollers of the machine or the pouch carrier. Your best bet is really to buy 3mil or 5mil laminating pouches to use with your machine.

Answered by MyBinding.com
7 years ago
You can use a binding machine to punch the finished product without a problem. The only potential issue that you may have is that by punching through the laminate you are going to expose the edges of the paper at the holes meaning that the sheet will not be waterproof in that area. For most people that shouldn't be a big deal but it is worth noting.

Answered by MyBinding.com
7 years ago
If you have a 27" Laminator you can use any width of film up to 27 inches as long as the core size is correct (most school laminators use 1 inch core film). The most popular variety of film for schools is 1.5mil 25x500 on a 1 inch core.

Answered by MyBinding.com
7 years ago

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