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10MIL Legal Size 9" x 14-1/2" Laminating Pouches - 100pk
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10MIL Legal Size 9" x 14-1/2" Laminating Pouches - 100pk

10MIL Legal Size 9" x 14-1/2" Laminating Pouches - 100pk

Part #: TLP10LEGAL
2 Questions, 2 Answers
Brand: MyBinding

Your Price: $97.49

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Main Features:
  • Size: Legal
  • Thickness: 10 mil
  • Finish: Gloss
  • Heat Required: Yes
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ProductDescription

Our high quality 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: Legal (9" x 14-1/2")
  • Thickness: 10mil
  • Quantity: 100 Pieces
  • Corners: Round (1/8" radius)
  • Part Number: TLP10LEGAL

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DemonstrationVideo

Transcript: Welcome to MyBinding video. Here at MyBinding we have legal size laminating pouches. They come in 4 different sizes with 3 mil, 5 mil, 7 mil and 10 mil. In the box you'll get a stack of pouches and a carrier. Next we'll go over how to laminate. First, place your page into the lamination pouch. This is where you make sure your margins are just right. Next, place the pouch into your carrier. It's recommended to use a carrier to make sure none of the adhesive seeps on to your machine. Then place it on to your laminator and the roller should take it through. The pouch will be hot when you remove i... Read More
Welcome to MyBinding video. Here at MyBinding we have legal size laminating pouches. They come in 4 different sizes with 3 mil, 5 mil, 7 mil and 10 mil. In the box you'll get a stack of pouches and a carrier. Next we'll go over how to laminate. First, place your page into the lamination pouch. This is where you make sure your margins are just right. Next, place the pouch into your carrier. It's recommended to use a carrier to make sure none of the adhesive seeps on to your machine. Then place it on to your laminator and the roller should take it through. The pouch will be hot when you remove it, so be careful. After it's cooled, take it out of the carrier and gaze upon your new legal size laminated project. For more demos, reviews and how-to's, go to MyBinding.com.
Questions & Answers
Q:
Can I (purchase) or receive from yourselves a sample of 2 'placement mats' 11" x 17" or anything matt and clear finished laminated? Tks
Asked by David
A:
Thank you for your question. For sample requests please reach out to our customer service team either through live chat,by e-mail at Sales@mybinding.com, or by phone at 1-800-944-4573 and we would be happy to coordinate with the manufacturer to get a sample out to you if they have one available for this product.

Answered by MyBinding 23 days ago
Q:
Do you know of anyone who carries 14 mil legal-size pouches (we need them stiff) or is 10 mil the maximum stiffness?
Asked by Sylvia
A:
There are not a lot of people who produce over 10 Mil pouches. This is because most pouch laminators can not handle that thick. 10 Mil is the thickest that we carry. Really when the item is laminated it is more like 20 Mil because each side of the pouch is 10 mil thick. You are more than welcome to request samples if they are available.

Answered by Mybinding.com 2 years and 5 months ago ago
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