SEAL 65 Pro MD 65" Wide Format Roll Laminator
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SEAL 65 Pro MD 65" Wide Format Roll Laminator
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The SEAL 65 Pro MD 65" Wide Format Roll Laminator is a versatile and hig production laminating machine that can run both hot and cold applications. It can laminate documents up to 65" wide and capable of 3 mil thermal encapsulation at a speed of up to 15 feet per minute. Utilizing cutting edge technology, the 65 Pro MD is capable of running thermal film at 2-3 times the speed of other laminators on the market today. Improve the productivity of your finishing jobs with SEAL 65 Pro MD 65" Wide Format Roll Laminator.
- Dual IR Quartz heated rollers capable of running both hot and cold films.
- 65" working width to handle a wide range of media.
- Maximum operating speed of 15’/minute.
- 2" nip with precision pneumatic rollers for even speed and pressure to ensure smooth, wrinkle-free graphics.
- Bi-directional operation allows for efficient operating.
- Easy Operator Interface (EOI) controls temperature, speed, cooling and nip height with a touch screen.
- 4 auto-grip swing up supply shafts that are cantilevered and swing out and away from the laminator so that films and adhesives can be loaded quickly and easily without any obstructions.
- Flip up in feed table for easy webbing.
- Foot switch for hands free operation.
- Self checking safety eyes for increased operator safety.
- Removable front/rear image roll trough for easy feeding of images.
- Optional Slitter Assembly that includes 2 cutters/slitters.
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- Max. Working Width: 65" max (1651 mm max)
- Max. Speed: 15 ft/min (4.25 m/min)
- Max. Substrate Thickness (Nip): 2" (50mm)
- Max. Roller Temperature: 275F (135C)
- Roller Heating: Dual (Top/Bottom)
- Auto-grip Shafts:
- Supply 4
- Drop In 3
- Maximum Roll Diameter:
- Supply (4 positions) 12" (305mm)
- Take-up (2 positions) 8" (200mm)
- Combi+ (2 positions) 10" (254mm)
- Maximum Film Weight: 120 lbs (54 kg)
- Dimensions (w x h x d):
- Without roll trough 91" x 62" x 51" (2311 x 1575 x 1320mm)
- With roll trough 91" x 62" x 55" (2311 x 1575 x 1397mm)
- Shipping Dimensions (W x H x D): 99" x 63.5"x 42.6" (2515 x 1613 x 1083mm)
- Net Weight 1850 lbs (839 kg)
- Shipping Weight 1955 lbs (887 kg)
- Electrical Specifications:
- US/Canada 208-230V, 50/60Hz, single phase, 50 amp - NEMA 6-50 Plug
- Europe 230/400V, three phase, 20 amps. IEC 60309-1,32 amp
- Mechanical Requirements: 2 cfm compressed air @ 100 psi
- SEAL 65 Pro MD Part Number: 64600
- Core Size: 3"
- Manufacturer's Warranty: 2 Year Limited Manufacturer's Warranty (2 Year Parts, 1 Year Defect, 1 Year Labor)
SEAL 65 Pro MD 65" Wide Format Roll Laminator Video
Transcript: Ok. So, we talked about some of the features that are common to all the SEAL laminators, here we’ve stepped up to the 62 Pro D. This is a dual heated machine; top and bottom rollers are both heated. This opens up a lot of different options for a higher productivity shop. Obviously, this isn’t going to a small wrap shop, a small sign shop. This is a big digital print house or commercial print shop, something like that. This machine allows you to do encapsulation. It allows you to do pressure sensitive for wraps, that sort of thing. It allows you to do your mounting as well. But I want to talk a ... Read More
Ok. So, we talked about some of the features that are common to all the SEAL laminators, here we’ve stepped up to the 62 Pro D. This is a dual heated machine; top and bottom rollers are both heated. This opens up a lot of different options for a higher productivity shop. Obviously, this isn’t going to a small wrap shop, a small sign shop. This is a big digital print house or commercial print shop, something like that. This machine allows you to do encapsulation. It allows you to do pressure sensitive for wraps, that sort of thing. It allows you to do your mounting as well. But I want to talk about a couple of different features that set this machine apart from the average machines. So, you’ll notice that instead of the 1 supply shaft and single take up that you have on the small machines, you have 2 supply shafts on the back. In reality, this shaft, this is the supply, this is the release liner take up. This one down here is called a combi shaft. So, there are 3 combi shafts on this machine. One. Two. Three. And a combi shaft means that you can run from the side over here. This is the break mechanism. And you can have it dialed all one way. It would be powered in turning like this. Or you can have it as a supply shaft where you just have brake. So that’s your supply, your laminate supply, that’s your release liner take up and then one two three those are combi shafts. And those can be used as either. So that facility gives you a lot of flexibility with this machine so you can have for instance we can look at having maybe a gloss and a matte back here so if your shop needs some extra flexibility and you need that extra efficiency of being able to move back and forth you can have laminates loaded back on here ready. If you want to be able to run through and use this as a take up you could also do that. For encapsulation, I have my thermal up here, and I have some of the thermal down there on the bottom, and on the back. And those would come through up here. And I used this for my media and come through to encapsulate it at that point. We look at the shafts here, wo do the same with the grips, but these ones have a tape measure built in to do every single one. So, every single shaft has a tape measure and the table has a tape measure as well. Looking over here the controls, you can tell from the front this is a Pro D because you have 2 temperature gauges. It has a digital read out, on. Off. Temperature set up on them. Measure, power, the eye button, the same that it was before. The snail. All of these controls should look very familiar from where we were before. Now this particular machine has the upgraded productivity pack and obviously if a customer’s looking at a Pro D you really want to get your SEAL representative involved early in the process because you are dealing with a more sophisticated buyer and we’re going to need to tailor the sale to his specific needs. But the most common question that I get regarding the Pro D is what is the productivity pack? So, we’re gonna go through. This is the Easy In-feed table, the optional fans, that’s the on off switch of the fans, and we have outfeed slitters on the back side. So, looking at the infeed table, it’s cantilever, it’s balanced. looking at the table, its balanced so its easy to flip up and down. You’ve got, if you’re running boards, everything runs smoothly over the top. The print flattener bar that we used before actually is concealed within the table so it rises out like that. Same electro static discharge, same site holes that I can see where everything’s lined up. In addition to that, we have a graphics feeding roller. We just grab a graphic, so if I have single print, what I can do is make sure everything’s lined up nice and straight and all I need to do is roll the print backwards and I go straight and nice. Everything’s line up and straight. There’s no touching the print, there’s no skewing the print it goes perfectly straight and it makes life very very simple. And when you don’t need the print, the roller drops down behind. That’s the easy in feed table, if we come around to the backside of the machine, I’ll sow you the other components of the productivity pack. Down here you can see the cooling fans in order to cool down an encapsulation so that there is less roll set on the film. What that means is if you have roll film coming off here 200 degrees you roll it up tightly onto a take up. Sometimes it can stay curled up. If you have bought an encapsulated map from the Smithsonian or something often by the time you took it home its curled up into a little tube. That’s because these fans weren’t in operation at the time. So those fans will cool down the material while it comes out of the nip here and into the second set of rollers. So currently this rollers are in the position where we’d be running a board and to engage the rollers, pull it up like that and you will see things being cooled down here. And you have encapsulation output coming out of here. And I can use this too take up and full roll to roll machine. So, the last component of the productivity, these aren’t in the productivity pack, these are standard because obviously this is a dual encapsulating machine. So, you need full rollers. Productivity pack is table, fans, and these are outfeed slitters. So, these adjust from side to side and simply drop down this blade at the bottom. So, when those are engaged, you can have for instance if you’re doing, we’ll stick with Smithsonian prints, if you have them2 up, you have to cut them in the middle, you can use this to split those into more manageable easy pieces for them to cut down in the next direction afterwards. So, all in all very high productivity, very efficient machine, still built the same uniframe construction. Everything here is strong, built tough. It’s a strong reliable machine, get us involved as soon as you can on a sale like this. That should coach us some ay to explain the difference between the top end and the extra level.