Roll-A-Mount 25 Inch Manual Hand Crank Roll Laminator
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Roll-A-Mount 25 Inch Manual Hand Crank Roll Laminator

Part #: PS25RAM
Brand: Roll-A-Mount
2 Questions, 2 Answers
  • Roller Diameter: 2.5 inches
  • Max Laminate Width: 25.5"
  • Max Film Thickness: 10 mil
  • Hot or Cold: Cold
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Product Description

Designed to mount and laminate pressure sensitive materials up to 25" wide, the 25" Roll-A-Mount can be used with a variety of media and substrates. This manual hand crank mounting system produces dependable, quality results. Featuring an easily adjustable nip roller system, it will accept materials up to 1" thick. The Roll-A-Mount can be used with adhesive boards, laminate sheets and cold pouch boards, and features quality non-stick silicone rollers and a rugged design with metal in-feed and exit table support boards. This sturdy machine also comes with a one year manufacturer's warranty.

Product Details

  • Max Laminating Width: 25.5 inches
  • Width: 33 inches
  • Depth: 19 inches
  • Height: 12 inches
  • Warranty: 1 Year Manufacturer Warranty (Excludes Roller)
  • Weight: 56 lbs
  • Roller Diameter: 2.5 inches
  • Max Material Thickness: 1 inch
  • Part Number: PS25RAM

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Questions & Answers

The mark down in price was not due to the fact that it was being discontinued. However, our manufacturer did just discontinue this machine. They still make a larger version however and there is another 25 inch manual machine on our site as well if you are looking for an alternative.

Answered by MyBinding.com
6 years and 4 months ago ago
Many people use this machine to mount items to foam or other types of mounting boards. However, this machine does not have any sort of heat which means that it is not designed for use with pouch boards. In order to use a pouch board you will need a pouch board laminator that will heal the pouch and laminate the document to the board in a single step. To achieve the same result with this machine you would instead use a pressure sensitive (cold) overlaminate on the top of the print and an adhesive coated mounting board.

Answered by MyBinding.com
6 years and 4 months ago ago

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