How to Foil Laminate with Multiple colors of Foil?

posted this on Mar 21, 2016

This video will show you how to add multiple colors of foil to your important documents, certificates or cards using your pouch laminator and toner compatible foil.  Watch the demonstration to see how we took two different colors of foil and created a high quality foiled document in just minutes using the Lamitek PhotoPro laminator.   There was no need for expensive dies and it took minutes to complete.  Watch the video and if you still have questions feel free to give us a call or send us an email.

 


Here is the audio transcript for this video:

Welcome to MyBinding How To videos. This is easy foil laminating with multiple colors. It's nice how impressive it is for how easy it is to do. First off, you'll need a laminator that can handle the job, such as the ProLam Ultra or this Lamitek, anything that can handle 10mil thickness of laminating pouches or more. Your design will need to be printed on a printer that uses toner-based printing. With your design ready, you'll need to select the color or colors of foil you'll be using. All set? Let's begin. First off, decide which areas of your design you'll be coloring and place different size pieces of colored foil over these particular areas. Always keep the colored side of the foil faced up away from the design. It's best to work with all your materials inside the carrier. That way you can close it up without moving anything around. When your laminator is all warmed up, place it crease side into the throat of the machine. Let it go all the way through and be sure to let it cool completely for a few minutes when it comes out. Open the carrier, gently and slowly peel back the colors. You've got your project multicolored. There it is. It's just that simple to foil laminate any project, design or logo you may have. And if you need us, MyBinding is here to help you select the right laminator as well as the right products. For more articles, how to's, demos, and reviews on all things binding and laminating, check out MyBinding.com.

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