Large Bookmark 2-3/8" x 8-1/2" Laminating Pouches 100pk
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Large Bookmark 2-3/8" x 8-1/2" Laminating Pouches 100pk

Brand: MyBinding
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  • 5 and 10 mil thicknesses available
  • Enhances all text and colors
  • Includes carriers
  • Seals and protects documents
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Our high quality Large Bookmark 2-3/8" x 8-1/2" Laminating Pouches help to improve the value of all printed materials. They enhance colors by turning dull prints into bright lustrous colors, help to prolong the life of printed materials and preserves them and protect them from outside elements. All of our pouches include one carrier per box. These pouches have superb clarity and offer exceptional value for reasonable prices.

Product Details


  • Size: Large Bookmark (2-3/8" x 8-1/2")
  • Thickness:5mil or 10mil
  • Quantity: 100 Pieces
  • Corners: Round (1/8" radius)

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Demonstration Video

Transcript: Welcome to MyBinding video. These are large bookmark laminating pouches. They come in a thickness of 5 mil and also 10 mil. They're great for teachers and librarians. They come with a stack of pouches and also a carrier. To start, make your sure bookmark is the right size, then place it into the pouch, making sure your margins are just right. If your bookmark is too small, then check out our small bookmark laminating pouches. Next, place your bookmark into the carrier. It's best to use a carrier to make sure that no extra adhesive gets on to your machine. Then begin laminating. When removing y ... Read More
Welcome to MyBinding video. These are large bookmark laminating pouches. They come in a thickness of 5 mil and also 10 mil. They're great for teachers and librarians. They come with a stack of pouches and also a carrier. To start, make your sure bookmark is the right size, then place it into the pouch, making sure your margins are just right. If your bookmark is too small, then check out our small bookmark laminating pouches. Next, place your bookmark into the carrier. It's best to use a carrier to make sure that no extra adhesive gets on to your machine. Then begin laminating. When removing your bookmark, be careful because it will probably still be hot. Give it some time then remove it from the carrier. And when you're done, you'll have a bookmark that will last you a lot longer. For more demos, reviews and how-to's, go to MyBinding.com.

Specification

ThicknessPart NumberSizeCornersQuantity
3milLKLP3LGBOOKMARK2-3/8" x 8-1/2"Round (1/8" radius)100pk
5milLKLP5LGBOOKMARK2-3/8" x 8-1/2"Round (1/8" radius)100pk
7milLKLP7LGBOOKMARK2-3/8" x 8-1/2"Round (1/8" radius)100pk
10milLKLP10LGBOOKMARK2-3/8" x 8-1/2"Round (1/8" radius)100pk

Questions & Answers

These pouches require a lminating machine so they adher to the material you want to protect.

Answered by MyBinding
1 years and 4 months ago ago
If you are looking for the carrier pouches we do have those: https://www.mybinding.com/laminating/pouches/laminating-pouch-carriers.html

Answered by MyBinding.com
1 years and 7 months ago ago
Thank you for your question. You would be able to trim the pouch before or after processing. As long as the pouch is still large enough to completely encapsulate the item that is being laminated the seal would still be sound. You just need to leave a small margin around the edge of the item that is being laminated to get a good seal.

Answered by MyBinding
3 years and 9 months ago ago
Thank you for your question. With the Large Bookmark 2-3/8" x 8-1/2" Laminating Pouches you could use stock up to approx 2 " x 8 1/4" . You just need to leave a border around the edge of the pouch for it to get a good seal.

Answered by MyBinding
4 years and 1 months ago ago
Thank you for your question . These pouches are for use in a thermal / heat-activated laminator. We also carry a selection of cold laminating supplies, they are sometimes referred to as self-laminating or self-adhesive pouches.

Answered by Mybinding
5 years and 5 months ago ago

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