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Letter Size 9" x 11.5" Laminating Pouches - 100pk
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Letter Size 9" x 11.5" Laminating Pouches - 100pk

Letter Size 9" x 11.5" Laminating Pouches - 100pk

Brand: MyBinding
6 Questions, 6 Answers
  • 3, 5, 7, and 10mil thicknesses available
  • Enhances all text and colors
  • Includes carriers
  • Seals and protects documents
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ProductDescription

Our high quality Letter Size 9" x 11.5" 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: Letter (9" x 11-1/2")
  • Thickness: 3mil - 10mil
  • Quantity: 100 Pieces
  • Corners: Round (1/8" radius)

ProductReviews

153 Review(s)
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Reviewed on 5/17/2019

Completely satisfied with this laminating pouch. Will purchase again.

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Reviewed on 5/10/2019

Worked Great Review by Jodi

Worked as expected. No issues. Will purchase again.

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Reviewed on 4/29/2019

Good Product Review by Julie

Fast shipping

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Reviewed on 4/12/2019

Great Product! Review by wendy

Love these 3 MIL pouches-perfect for school supplies!

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Reviewed on 4/11/2019

Perfect Review by Gary

Just what I needed for the job I have to do. Thinner material would not work.

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Reviewed on 4/9/2019

GREAT PORDUCT Review by Attn

Our company has been using this product for several years and we continue to order because it is a quality product you can depend on.

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Reviewed on 4/1/2019

We laminated signs that were printed on 8.5 x 11 110lb card stock. We trimmed the sheets to allow for a 1/2" wide melt area on the sides and bottom and a 1" wide melt area on the top. Holes were punched in the top edge and the educational plant signs are now hanging in the Washington County Master Gardener Association (WCMGA) Education Garden at PCC Rock Creek. We will see how they hold up to the elements over time.

Signs fed through the laminator without problems. They were a bit curved when they came out so we put them under a heavy weight to try to flatten. They may relax over time when the are in the garden.

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Reviewed on 4/1/2019

The laminate fed easily through the machine. No bubbles and came out very flat. Easy to use.

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Reviewed on 3/21/2019

I work for a company that has several outdoor displays of employment law posters. The laminating pouches make the posters last longer, even inside the bulletin board covered cases.

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Reviewed on 3/19/2019

Great Product! Review by Amy

Thank you for offering a great product at such a great price!

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DemonstrationVideo

Transcript: Welcome to MyBinding video. When it comes down to letter size laminating pouches, here at MyBinding we have you covered. Pouch thickness ranges from 3, 5, 7 and 10 mil. For proper use, open the crease of the pouch and place your paper against it, and check your margins, making sure that your page is aligned properly and remember, letter size is for 8 ½ x 11 paper. To laminate, place the crease end of the pouch in first. The machine should automatically feed the pouch through. Once it's done, your sheet is laminated and ready to use. The box is also a complimentary carrier, which catches any a... Read More

Welcome to MyBinding video. When it comes down to letter size laminating pouches, here at MyBinding we have you covered. Pouch thickness ranges from 3, 5, 7 and 10 mil. For proper use, open the crease of the pouch and place your paper against it, and check your margins, making sure that your page is aligned properly and remember, letter size is for 8 ½ x 11 paper. To laminate, place the crease end of the pouch in first. The machine should automatically feed the pouch through. Once it's done, your sheet is laminated and ready to use. The box is also a complimentary carrier, which catches any adhesive the pouches may seep out during laminating. For more demos, reviews and how-to's, go to MyBinding.com.

Specification

ThicknessPart NumberSizeCornersQuantity
3milTLP3LETTER 9" x 11.5"Round (1/8" radius) 100pk
5milTLP5LETTER 9" x 11.5"Round (1/8" radius) 100pk
7milTLP7LETTER 9" x 11.5"Round (1/8" radius) 100pk
10milTLP10LETTER 9" x 11.5"Round (1/8" radius) 100pk
Questions & Answers
Q:
I am new to using pouches because I have always used lamination film. My question is can you put multiple items in the sheet or is it designed to only use with an 8 1/2” x 11” sheet of paper?
Asked by Denise Locklear
A:
Thank you for your question. You would be able to use a larger pouch to laminate multiple smaller sheets. You will just want to leave a wide enough margin between the sheet to leave a boarder of laminate around each smaller piece after trimming to maintain the seal.

Answered by MyBinding 3 months ago
Q:
Are the 3 mil letter size pouches UV protected? Thank you.
Asked by Susan Freudenberger
A:
Thank you for your question. I spoke with the manufacturer of our MyBinding branded laminating pouches and unfortunately they do not have UV protection.

Answered by MyBinding 3 years and 1 months ago ago
Q:
Do I need to use top loading (sealed at the top, not the side) laminating sheets with the Fellows 3i95?
Asked by Kay
A:
You should always feed laminating pouches with the sealed end first in order to prevent pouch jams and issues with your laminator. Since your laminator only has a 9.5" opening you will want to use letter size laminating pouches that are sealed on the short side of the pouch. These pouches that you are looking at are sealed on the short side.

Answered by MyBinding.com 3 years and 5 months ago ago
Q:
Can i order Letter sized pouches with a slot punch for hanging the finished product?
Asked by Jobs NY
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A:
We don't get this request often so it isn't available for order on our site. However, we would be glad to add a slot punch in letter sized pouches for you. The cost would be $10 per pack of pouches and we can usually add the slots within 1 day. Just give our customer service team a call at 1-800-944-4573 to place your order.

Answered by MyBinding.com 3 years and 5 months ago ago
Q:
Can you cut/trim pouches? Do they come undone?
Asked by Dawn H.
A:
When you laminate a document with these pouches the plastic becomes permanently bonded with the paper. In theory you should be able to cut the laminate flush with the edge of the paper and the film should never come apart (we call this delamination). However, keep in mind that if you do flush cut the pouch it will be possible for water or moisture to affect the edge of the document. Also, some types of inks and toners are more difficult to stick to than others which can also cause delamination when dealing with flush cut items. All that to say, it is probably fine but if in doubt just leave a small border around the laminated item to ensure a permanent waterproof seal.

Answered by MyBinding.com 3 years and 5 months ago ago
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Hi, their! I'm new to this laminating thing, and I was wondering if these pouches are mainly for hot thermal laminator use or does it even matter?
Asked by F. KENNEDY

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These laminating pouches are all designed for use with a thermal pouch laminator (hot). The model of laminator that you have will determine the thickness of pouches that you can select. Many inexepnsive laminators can only do 3mil and 5mil thicknesses. More expensive models will get hotter allowing you to go up to 7mil or 10mil. Cold laminating pouches are available if you don't have a machine. However, the cost per pouch is usually a LOT higher and thus these thermal pouches are usually a far better option.


Answered by MyBinding.com 3 years and 5 months ago ago
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