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Document lamination service
We have laminated loose sheets, posters & document covers for thousands of customers.
Lamination machine broken down? No problem - we can laminate & deliver in as little as 1 day!
Save time searching for a laminating service near you and order online instead.
From laminated flyers and invites to high quality book covers - we've got it covered.
The lamination price depends on your chosen product, spec, quantity and turnaround time.
Click the 'Get an Instant Quote' button at the top of this page to get a price now.
Top tips to reduce cost:
- Choose a smaller paper size
- Choose black & white vs. colour
- Choose double sided vs. single sided printing
- Choose 5 day production time
- Choose matt or gloss lamination vs. soft touch
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What is lamination?
Lamination refers to the process of applying a thin plastic film to your prints.
We offer 3 types of lamination:
- Matt lamination
- Gloss lamination
- Soft touch lamination
Lamination is available for the following products:
- Loose sheets
- Posters (matt and gloss only)
Matt lamination is ideal for document covers and posters. It helps to enhance colour and provide extra durability to documents and posters.
Gloss lamination helps bring the colour to life and make it 'pop'.
Gloss is ideal for photo heavy artwork and book covers.
Soft touch lamination
Soft touch lamination is a high-end finish, providing a velvety feel to your loose sheets or document covers. It's a great choice for high end flyers, save the dates, wedding invites and book covers.
What are the benefits of lamination?
- Improve the durability of your document
- Protect against fingerprints, smudges and other marks
- Enhance the colours - make them pop off the page
- Bring images and photos to life
Lamination vs. Encapsulation
Encapsulation involves covering both sides of the printed sheet with plastic and securing it with a plastic border. This makes it watertight.
In contrast, lamination is when a thin layer is applied to one or both sides of the printed sheet separately and without a plastic border. It is not watertight.
If you would prefer to encapsulate your documents, please click to view our Encapsulated Sheets product.
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