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ML25 Manual Hand Crank Pressure Sensitive Cold Mount Roll Laminator
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ML25 Manual Hand Crank Pressure Sensitive Cold Mount Roll Laminator

ML25 Manual Hand Crank Pressure Sensitive Cold Mount Roll Laminator

Part #: DTML25
10 Questions, 10 Answers
Brand: Drytac

Your Price: $294.00

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Main Features:
  • Max Nip Opening: 1" (25 mm)
  • Max Laminate Width: 25.5"
  • Max Film Thickness: 10 mil
  • Hot or Cold: Cold

ProductDescription

The ML25 is a non-electric laminator capable of mounting and laminating graphics up to 25" wide. It is compatible with pressure-sensitive cold mounting adhesives and films. This innovative machine features an adjustable nip opening and easily adjusted pressure controls. The easy to use Jet Mounter ML25 is the ideal machine for low-volume mounting and laminating of smaller graphics. This laminator is excellent for office and/or home use, the ML 25 will deliver quality results and can be used with a wide variety of pressure-sensitive adhesives and laminating films.

Product Details

  • Max Laminating Width: 25.5 inches (648mm)
  • Width: 27.375 inches (695.3mm)
  • Depth: 24.5 inches (622mm)
  • Height: 10.25 inches (260mm)
  • Roller Diameter: 2.5 inches (63.5mm)
  • Max Nip Opening: 1" (25 mm)
  • Warranty: 1 Year Manufacturer Warranty
  • Weight: 32 lbs (14 kg)

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Drytac ML25 Manual Cold Laminator Review

When it comes to laminators there are really only two kinds: hot and cold. Both have their advantages and disadvantages, but if you're looking for a cold one, you should consider the Drytac ML25. It's a manual device that's great for a number of uses. Here are the ML25's strengths and weaknesses. Check them out so you can decide if this product is right for your needs.

Strengths:

  • The ML25 is a great laminator to use if you need to process wide documents. It has a 25.5-inch laminating width so you'll be able to laminate a wide variety of items including posters, blueprints, visual aids, and more.

  • This machine is compatible with both laminating film and cold mounting adhesives so you can use it for a number of different applications. The film you use needs to be pressure-sensitive, so be sure to purchase the right supplies. The rollers can have a maximum nip opening of 1 inch (25mm) so you'll also be able to use mounting boards.

  • As previously mentioned, the ML25 is a cold process laminator. Since it lacks the ability to do hot lamination, this is the perfect machine to use if you want to work with thermally sensitive items. You'll be able to process photographs and documents containing water-based ink quickly and easily, without them possibly sustaining heat damage.

  • The ML25 is a laminator that will be really safe to use because you don't need to plug it into the wall. This greatly reduces the risk of fire. Also, since this machine doesn't heat up, there's no way you can burn yourself while using it.

  • This device is very easy to use so you won't have to spend a lot of time reading an instruction manual or doing practice runs.

  • Finally, this product is covered by a one-year warranty.

Weaknesses:

  • This laminator is pretty large because it measures approximately 27" (width) x 25" (depth) x 10" (height). It's going to take up a lot of room on your work surface so be prepared to move some things out of the way.

  • While the lack of a heat setting is generally a good thing, it could be a problem if you really want or need such a feature. If that's the case, you should consider a hot laminator instead of a cold one.

  • Since the ML25 is a manual machine, your hand could get tired if you process a lot of documents or the item you're working with is extremely long.

Conclusion:

The ML25 Manual Cold Laminator from Drytac would be a great choice if you're looking for a simple device with which to process your documents. It offers safe and easy operation, and it can be used with both adhesives and laminating film. While it lacks a hot setting and requires manual operation, this is a good product to get if you need a versatile cold laminator. If that's the case, check out the ML25 today.

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Questions & Answers
Q:
For the sign-making industry, can this machine be used to mount transmask adhesive paper sheets to cut-vinyl graphics? Thank you.
Asked by Cliff Abrams
A:
Thank you for your question. The ML25 Manual Hand Crank Pressure Sensitive Cold Mount Roll Laminator is a good option for low-volume mounting and laminating of smaller graphics with a wide variety of pressure-sensitive adhesives and laminating films. It is able to work with boards and substrates that are up to 1" thick and 25" wide.

Answered by MyBinding 2 months ago
Q:
Is there an attachment to mount a roll of 3" core laminate for continuous use?
Asked by Chris Sheehy
A:
Thank you for your question. Unfortunately there is not a roll bracket/mount available for the ML25 Manual Hand Crank Pressure Sensitive Cold Mount Roll Laminator.

Answered by MyBinding 8 months ago
Q:
I plan on purchasing this unit to Fairmount photos using a double sided clear film to acrylic and also to 1 inch mdf would this be a suitable unit?
Asked by Lisa H.
A:
Thank you for your question. The ML25 Manual Hand Crank Pressure Sensitive Cold Mount Roll Laminator would be a suitable option to help apply film and adhesive to a substrate or board that is is up to 1" thick and a maximum of 25" wide.

Answered by MyBinding 9 months ago
Q:
could i mount 20x42 boards on this. im currently mounting by hand but i want to get this product to avoid bubbles
Asked by Richard
A:
Thank you for your question. This item would be able to mount on anything with a width of less than 25" and 1" in thickness.

Answered by MyBinding.com 8 months ago
Q:
Hello I want to face mounting onto acrylic. Can I use this laminator for that? Thank you!
Asked by Sergio Mejia
A:
Thank you for your question. With ML25 Manual Hand Crank Pressure Sensitive Cold Mount Roll Laminator you would be able to apply face mount to a acrylic board that is up to 1" thick by 25" wide.

Answered by MyBinding 10 months ago
Q:
Does this machine do double sided lam? Can I flush cut the finished product with this machine? If so, what is the best film to use
Asked by Dan McDonald
A:
Thank you for your question. The ML25 Manual Hand Crank Pressure Sensitive Cold Mount Roll Laminator is primarily designed for mounting small prints to adhesive coated mounting boards. However, we have a lot of users that also use it to apply pressure sensitive overlaminates and do to do cold laminating and other types of mounting. If you do want to use a laminating film with this unit you will need to choose a pressure sensitive laminate that is 25 inches or less in width.

Answered by MyBinding 1 years ago
Q:
Hello. So in description it says "maximum nip opening is 1" " and in staff review it says "max nip opening is 0.375" ". So which one? I need to laminate a board that is 1/4" thick. Thank you.
Asked by Aisuluu
A:
Thank you for your question. We confirmed with Drytac that the ML25 Manual Hand Crank Pressure Sensitive Cold Mount Roll Laminator has maximum nip opening of 1".

Answered by MyBinding 1 years and 1 months ago ago
Q:
I am mounting photos to foam core. What adhesive roll should I purchase?
Using ML 25 machine.
Asked by Todd
A:
There is a wide variety of different options for mounting photos to boards, depending on you specific needs, to choose from ( link: https://www.mybinding.com/laminating/laminating-film/mounting-supplies/mounting-adhesives.html ) . For a general purpose adhesive. assuming you will not be mounting to plastic the GBC Dura Mount is a good place to start.

Answered by MyBinding.com 2 years and 7 months ago ago
Q:
I would like to use this about 4 to 5 hrs a day 5 days a week is it going to hold up for me with out having to replace parts?
Asked by Dolly S.
A:
The good news is that this unit is incredibly simple and well built. Over time it will wear out but it should last you a long time even under that use. However, with that much volume you may really want to consider a unit that is electric with speed controls, feed wheels and rewind wheels. The additional cost will be easily recouped by the added productivity.

Answered by MyBinding.com 2 years and 8 months ago ago
Q:
What is the best suggested film to use for this laminator?
Asked by Lorry G.
A:
This machine is really designed for mounting small prints to adhesive coated mounting boards. However, we have a lot of users that also use it to apply pressure sensitive overlaminates and do to do cold laminating and other types of mounting. If you do want to use a laminating film with this unit you will need to choose a pressure sensitive laminate that is 25 inches or less in width.

Answered by MyBinding.com 2 years and 8 months ago ago
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