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Over 25 years of laminator manufacturing experience, all Huanda laminators have passed CE, KC, RoHS certifications. We can manufacture at least 1000 laminators every day.  Send us your inquiry and get an instant quote!

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Your Best Laminating System Manufacturer in China -Huanda

Since 1995, Huanda became a professional post-press equipment manufacturer, designer, and distributor in China. We are engaged in developing and manufacturing an excellent laminating system for the stationery market worldwide.

Huanda laminating system has gained an excellent reputation in the market. Also, we can ODM/OEM for your own branding. In fact, we OEM/ODM for many well-known companies in China. Contact us now!

HD-260E-2 laminating systems
  • A4,  A3,  A2 Sizes
  • Quality Hot & Cold Lamination
  • LCD Display, High Quality, 4-Rollers Pouch Laminators
  • Quick Warm-up Time (Only 3 Minutes)
  • Ideal for Any Standard Laminating Application
HD-320-2 laminating systems
  • Hot & Cold Laminator
  • Multitap Adjustment
  • Operate Easy, Laminating Perfect
  • Meets European Safety Standards.
HD-320B-2 laminating systems
  • 3-5 Minutes Warm-up
  • Operate Easy
  • Meets European Safety Standards
  • LED Screen with Touch Button
  • Best Choice for Office
HD-320D laminating systems
  • Measure by High-precision Sensor
  • Variable Digital Temperature Control
  • LCD Display and Fault Indicating
  • Overhot Protection
HD-320E-2 laminating systems
  • A4,  A3,  A2 Sizes
  • Quality Hot & Cold Lamination
  • LCD Display, High Quality, 4-Rollers Pouch Laminators
  • Quick Warm-up Time (Only 3 Minutes)
  • Ideal for Any Standard Laminating Application
HD-325-2 laminating systems manufacturer
  • Modern Design for Pouch Laminator
  • Multitap Adjustment
  • Professional Laminators
HD-325S laminating systems supplier
  • Pouch Laminator for Office and Home Use
  • Hot & Cold Laminator
  • Modern Design
  • Cost-Effective Laminator
HD-330T PLUS laminating systems China
    • Cooling Fan Assures Stable Temperature for Long-time Operation Use
    • Auto Stand by System (No Operation Over 30 Minutes)
    • Auto Shut Down ( the Temperature Over 160°C Will be Cut off)
    • Control System for Speed and Temperature in Various Command
HD-440-2 metal laminating systems
  • Large LCD Display
  • Big Rollers at 63mm Diameter
  • High Speed, Variable Temperature & Speed Control
  • Perfect for Hot and Cold Laminating
HD-460 laminating system for home
  • Professional Laminators
  • Operate Easy, Good Laminating
  • Meets European Safety Standards
  • Quality Hot and Cold Lamination
HD-460B-1 Laminating System for Home
  • Measure by High-precision Sensor
  • Variable Digital Temperature Control
  • LCD Display and Fault Indicating
  • Overhot Protection.
HD-460E-1 Laminating System for Office
  • A4,  A3,  A2 Sizes
  • Quality Hot & Cold Lamination
  • LCD Display, High Quality, 4-Rollers Pouch Laminators
  • Quick Warm-up Time (Only 3 Minutes)
  • Ideal for Any Standard Laminating Application
HD-550-2 Laminating System
  • Heavy Workload Professional Pouch Laminators
  • A2 Size Pouch Laminator
  • Control System for Speed and Temperature in Various Command
HD-640 Laminating System
  • Large LCD Display
  • Big Rollers at 63mm Diameter
  • High Speed, Variable Temperature & Speed Control
  • Perfect for Hot and Cold Laminating
HD-650-2 Laminating System for Office work
  • Heavy Workload Professional Pouch Laminators
  • A2 Size Pouch Laminator
  • Control System for Speed and Temperature in Various Command
HD-3304-2 Laminating System for Office
  • LCD Display: Temperature,  Fan,  Speed Status
  • High Speed, Variable Temperature & Speed Control
  • Extensive Application Scope
HD-3306-2 Laminating System
  • Large LCD Display
  • 6 Rollers, Hot & Cold Laminating
  • High Speed, Variable Temperature & Speed Control
  • Laminating Efficiently
  • Touch Control
HD-3306C Laminating System
  • LCD Display: Temperature,  Fan,  Speed Status
  • 4 Hot & 2 Cold Rollers Good Laminating
  • High Speed, Variable Temperature & Speed Control
  • Extensive Application Scope
HD-3308 Laminating System
  • Large LCD Display
  • 8 Rollers, Professional Laminator
  • High Speed, Variable Temperature & Speed Control
  • Laminating Efficiently
  • Touch Control
HD-32018 High-Quality Laminating System
  • Professional Laminators
  • Operate Easy, Good Laminating
  • Meets European Safety Standards
  • Quality Hot and Cold Lamination
HD-32020-1 Laminating System
  • Pouch Laminator for Office and Home Use
  • Hot & Cold Laminator
  • Small Size, Operate Easy
  • Cost-Effective Laminator.
HD-32520 Laminating System
  • Modern Design for Pouch Laminator
  • Multitap Adjustment
  • Professional Laminators.
HD-FM350 Laminating System
  • Variable Speed Control
  • LCD Display and Touch Buttons
  • Use Easy
HD-FM365-2 Laminating System
  • Multifunction, Pouch Laminator, and Roll Laminator
  • LCD Display and Touch Buttons
  • Stylish and Elegant
HD-FM1055 Laminating System
  • Variable Speed Control
  • LCD Display and Touch Buttons
  • Use Easy
HD-S260A Laminating System
  • Pouch Laminator for Office and Home Use
  • LCD Display
  • Small Size Operate Easy
  • Cost Effective Laminator
HD-S320 Laminating System
  • Hot & Cold Laminator
  • Multitap Adjustment
  • Operate Easy, Laminating Perfect
  • Meets European Safety Standards

Huanda Laminating System

Huanda is a leading laminating system manufacturer and supplier in China. We have a large laminating system manufacturing capability of up to 1000 pcs laminators each day. Huanda has all you need when it comes to the laminating system. We will support and help you boost your business!

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Huanda – Your First Choice for Lamination System

Looking for the best manufacturer of a laminating system for your business? HUANDA, operating in China is 25 years of laminating system manufacturing experience.

Whether you are a lamination system distributor, supplier, or stationery business owner, Huanda has you covered! We have a wide range of laminating systems to complete your business.

Here in Huanda, you can find all models of a laminating system such as HD-260E-2, HD-320-2, HD-320B-2, HD-320D, and so on. We also provide Huanda laminating systems like thermal laminators, heavy-duty laminators, pouch laminators, mini laminators, iron plate laminators, and many more.

Different ways of laminating are realized in Huanda such as hot and cold lamination as well as using roll film or pouches. Cold lamination provides better UV protection compared to hot lamination. All of our Huanda laminating systems are easy to use and can save you money and time.

As a leading manufacturing company in China, Huanda laminating system can be manufactured according to your own design. We can manufacture a laminating system to satisfy your needs. Just send us your ideal laminating system design now. And our professional team will work precisely.

If you’re looking for the best laminating system manufacturer and supplier for your business, Huanda is the right solution! With 25 years of manufacturing experience, Huanda developed expertise in producing laminating systems to suit your needs.  We are your leading laminating system manufacturer and supplier in China.

To know more about Huanda laminating system, don’t hesitate to ask a question and send your inquiries!

Laminating Systems: The Ultimate FAQ Guide

In today’s guide, I will answer all your questions on laminating systems.

More specifically, I will help you choose an effective and reliable laminating machine.

So, before choosing any laminating machine, read this guide.

What Is Laminating System Used For?

Thermal laminator

Thermal laminator

A laminating system will add a coat of plastic material to a document, paper, image, or card.

It accomplishes this by fusing plastic material over paper by applying heat or an adhesive.

Is There A Difference Between Lamination And Encapsulation When Using A Laminating System?

Lamination means applying a film of protective layer on one side of an item.

Afterward, you can trim to the edge without breaking the bond.

Here, you will use a single-side heat-sensitive film or a pressure-sensitive film, commonly taking the form of rolls.

Lamination will offer surface protection to the items.

For instance, this can be laminating a business card, floor graphics, restaurant menu, brochures, etc.

Encapsulation involves using low-melt film that takes the form of pouches of rolls.

It also leaves a 5mm border along the entire edge to enhance the lamination.

A majority of people are familiar with encapsulation and hence use it a lot.

Also, when you trim the encapsulation to the edges, it will break down the bond that holds it together.

This feature makes it necessary to have a border in encapsulation.

Examples of where you will apply encapsulation are in small and large format posters, office signs, photos, etc.

When you encapsulate an item, it has full tear-proof and waterproof features since there is a bond along the entire edge.

What Should You Look For When Purchasing A Laminating System?

Selecting a new laminating system can be confusing.

Here are some factors you need to consider when purchasing this system:

Film Thickness

Mil is the standard for measuring laminating film; the larger the number, the thicker the laminate.

Large mils are sturdy, while small mils are flexible.

Pouch laminating systems have a 3 to 10 mil range, thereby suitable for providing a range of thickness.

Roll laminating systems will offer a 1.5 to 3 mil thickness range.

Automated laminating systems offer a 3 to 5 mil thickness range, thus suitable for standard applications.

The film thickness will affect how thin and flimsy or thick and rigid the document will become.


Are you planning to use it as an individual, or will a team operate the laminating system?

For personal use, pouch laminating systems are small and can fit on your desk.

Roll laminating systems are suitable when you have many users.

This is because they are large, and you can set them up in a shared work area for all to use.


Since a laminating system is an investment, consider not only the cost but the supplies.

Different laminating systems cover any budget.

Document Size

Consider the documents you will be laminating, be it standard business cards or images.

Also, check if you are planning to laminate items with odd sizes and shapes.

Take note of these to check whether you require standard laminating systems or those that can handle larger documents.

Roll laminating systems are suitable for handling a wide range of document widths.

Pouch laminating systems are suitable for standard document sizes.


If lamination is a process you conduct less often, speed is not that important.

However, if you are planning to laminate bulk items, you need laminating fast and efficient systems.

Consider checking the warmup time for different laminating systems.

Also, to compare speeds, consider the inches per minute the system can laminate.


Some features to take note of are:

  1. Built-in paper cutters
  2. Automatic paper thickness detectors
  3. Varying temperature settings
  4. Automatic paper jam detectors

If these features are vital for your application, consider choosing laminating systems that incorporate them.


There are different styles of lamination systems that you can select from; hence make sure they suit your varying needs.


The laminating system needs to handle the rolls and pouches thick enough for your application.


The laminating system needs to be wide enough to cater to your projects.

Which Are The Different Types Of Laminators?

There are many types of laminating systems available in the market today.

In fact, the classification criteria may depend on may factors.

Here is are some options you can consider:

Apart from this, you can also classify laminating systems depending on the size.

For instance, you can choose from any of these options:

Additionally, you may classify lamination systems depending on the application as well.

What Are The Primary Features Of Laminating System?

Heavy duty laminator

Heavy duty laminator

These include:

  • Fast warmup times
  • A green light indicator that shows the machine is ready for use
  • Auto shut-off feature that ensures energy efficiency
  • 12-month warranty
  • Easy to operate and fix
  • Both cold and heat laminating systems
  • Simple film loading
  • No-jam technology
  • Temperature setting capability
  • Quiet and fast operations
  • Automatic sensors that detect document thickness and self-adjusts
  • Tracking system to detect misfed documents, thereby reversing it to clear the jam

Which Is Better Between Cold Laminator Vs. Hot Laminator?

A cold laminator uses pressure and adhesives to secure documents between plastic sheets.

The pressure that this system applies is ample to form a seal.

Hot laminators use heat that melts or activates the adhesive to secure the document within the plastic.

Cold laminators are safe since they use no heat, thereby no risk of burning, but are expensive.

Besides, cold laminators are suitable for heat-sensitive documents.

Some benefits of cold laminators include:

  • Less set-up time and maintenance
  • Pressure from rollers eliminate bubbles
  • It enhances the quality and color of printed documents
  • Also, you can laminate one side of a document

Some items to consider in hot laminators include:

  • You can use various materials such as vinyl
  • The materials here cost less than that of cold laminators
  • Heat can damage colors, inks, or materials
  • It requires mastering the skills to operate the machine

This comparison makes cold laminators the better choice.

How Do Laminating Systems Work?

This system may use a combination of heat, pressure, and rollers to apply a plastic cover on documents.

You will operate the machine by feeding the document, one page at a time, in the laminating system.

The document is between loose plastic sheets of pouches.

Modern pouch laminators operate by first pre-coating the plastic cover with an adhesive on the entire inner surface.

Once you apply heat through the rollers, the insides of the cover form tight bonds forming a complete seal.

There are high-end laminating systems that enable you to change temperature and feed–through speeds.

This feature will make the lamination proves effective and efficient when handling heavy pouches or large pieces.

Also, some machines will have a reverse-feed technology that corrects misaligned documents.

Sensors will detect the misfeeds and automatically conduct the reversal.

As the system heats and presses the documents, the rollers lose some heat since it goes to the pouch and cardboard carrier.

For this reason, you have to be patient for a short while as you laminate documents, allowing the rollers to regain the optimal temperature.

A majority of modern laminating systems will heat up quickly, thereby reducing the delay between the feeds.

What Is The Recommended Lamination Temperature For Laminating Systems?

Pouch laminator

Pouch laminator

Most hot laminating systems operate to temperatures of over 210 degrees.

For low melt film laminates, these systems can lower the temperature to around 185 degrees.

Please note that the working temperature will depend on the type of film you’re dealing with.

How Long Does A Laminating Machine Take To Laminate An Item?

Depending on the machine and document type, it may take between 10 and 30 seconds once the machine has fully warmed up.

Which Are The Items That You Can Laminate In A Laminating System?

A laminating system can laminate a variety of documents such as:

  • Posters
  • Signage
  • Report covers
  • ID and business cards
  • Certificates
  • Restaurant menus
  • Photographs
  • Safety instructions
  • Checklists
  • Letters

Is There Maximum Laminating Width For Laminators?

Many people use A4 size laminators, but new trends are beginning to make A3 size laminators.

A3 laminators will assist you in handling larger sizes which the A4 cannot handle.

However, if you need wide formats or lengthy documents, there are commercial wide format laminators.

You can choose from A1 laminator to A6 laminator.

Custom options are also available.

How Do You Operate A Laminating System?

Here are step-by-step procedures on how to operate these systems:

Operating Pouch Laminating Systems

Pouch laminating system

Pouch laminating system

Select Pouches

Choose the pouch or laminating case suitable for your application.

The thickness, quality, and size will depend on the manufacturer and use.

Also, the length of the pouch should match the laminating system, which is a bit smaller than the system.

The size verification of your application has to be smaller than the pouch for it to fit in.

Do not use small projects with large pouches as the extra material will go to waste.

The laminating system should handle the pouch thickness since not all the systems are the same.

Most of the laminating systems can handle a 3 to 5 mil thickness pouch.

Also, select the surface type you prefer, either matte or glossy, according to your preference.

Place Document In Pouch

Insert the document in the pouch before you being the process.

If the documents are smaller pieces, trim the pieces, then evenly place them inside the pouches.

Make sure to leave even spaces between these smaller pieces.

Turn On The Laminating System.

Power the machine on and ensure the mode corresponds to the thickness of the pouch you are using.

When using cold laminating systems, ensure the pouch supports this feature; otherwise, use hot lamination.

Begin Lamination

Wait for the ready signal, a green light, before inserting the plastic pouch.

Insert the sealed ends first then the system will automatically pull the pouch.

Trim Laminated Document

When using a hot laminator, leave the pouch for a while to cool; otherwise, start trimming immediately for cold systems.

Operating Roll Laminating Systems

Here is how you can operate roll laminators:

Roll laminator

Roll laminator

Check Heat Rollers

Inspect the internal parts of the laminator as the film roll fits inside the machine.

Also, it uses two rollers that will press the film roll.

Ensure the rollers are at par and it is safe to insert the film cartridge.

Also, you can adjust the space between the rollers by using levers.

Install Lamination Rolls

This system works by using two cartridges of the film plastic.

The first one is the top cover and the second one the bottom cover.

Install these rolls one at a time and in the same order,

Cartridges rest on metal sticks that assist in twisting the rolls when the machine is operating.

Prepare Film

Push the film rolls via the silicone rollers and join the rollers using a lever.

Begin Lamination

Switch on the machine and operate, either manually or automatically.

For automatic systems, just push a button to begin the operation.

Manual systems mostly operate using the cold mode, meaning you need not switch it on.

Insert the document in the slot and begin rotating the handles which turn the rollers.

The documents will leave the system from the opposite end, fully sealed, then you can trim.

What Is The Warm Up Time And Laminating Speed Of Laminating Machine?

The industry standard warmup time for laminating machines is around 5 minutes.

However, new models have a warmup speed of around 1 minute.

The industry standard for most laminator speeds is 12 inches per minute or 300mm per minute.

Fast laminating machines have a speed of up to 15 inches per minute.

Can You Use An A4 Laminating System To A3 Size Paper?

No, you cannot laminate an A3 paper on an A4 laminating system.

This is because A3 is larger than A4, meaning it would not fit the system.

What Are The Types Of Laminate Possible With Laminating Systems?

The available laminate types include:

  • High pressure and low-pressure laminate
  • Regular and compact laminate sheet
  • Decorating and industrial laminates
  • Solid colored and gloss finished laminates

Does Continuous Use Of Laminating Machine Shorten Its Lifespan?

As with every machine, continuous use will wear it down over time.

Heavy-duty laminating machines can withstand near continuous use but are costly.

A1 Laminating machine

A1 Laminating machine

Can You Laminate Photos Using A Laminating System?

Yes, you can laminate photos since that is one of the main uses of this system.

Laminating photos will preserve the pictures for a long time.

A higher roll count will produce better and consistent results when laminating photos, with no bubbling or misfeed.

Also, you can choose between matte or glossy, smooth or textured film material.

Is There Standard Mil Thickness For Laminating Machine?

The standard thickness for the laminates is between 3 and 5 mils.

What Is The Suitable Pouch Thickness For Laminating Systems?

For documents that experience minimal handling, or less exposure to elements, a thickness of 75 or 80 microns per side is suitable.

After lamination, this will translate to 150 or  160 microns.

Most documents will have ample protection from a pouch having 125 microns per side.

After lamination, this translates to 250 microns.

Industrial, commercial, and professional usages need pouches with greater thickness as the greater thickness will offer more protection.

Do You Need A Pouch Carrier When Operating Pouch Laminator System?

Pouch carriers are protective cardboard sleeves with two sides, with one end having a seal or hinge.

You will place the document and pouch here; you need to laminate before feeding in the laminator system.

However, you can operate a pouch laminator system without a pouch carrier.

Instances where you need a pouch carrier is when you want to laminate:

  • Several small items in a large pouch, such as flashcards
  • Items with odd shapes like stars
  • Uneven items like children’s artworks
  • Items that fail to match the pouch size

Can You Laminate Thick Paper Using Laminating System?

Yes, this is possible as long as the laminate is the right size for your application and the width of the machine matches it.

A thickness of 1.5 mils is the economical option when laminating documents made of thick paper.

What Is The Difference Between Laminating Pouch And Laminating Sheet?

Laminating sheets are thin sheets made from plastic or vinyl and have an adhesive backing.

Using it involves peeling the backing, applying it on the document, then pressing down firmly.

Also, the application of laminating sheets needs gentle pressure and not heat.

This feature makes it suitable for protecting, adding durability, and waterproofing documents.

Besides, to remove bubbles, you will use your fingers or squeegees.

A laminating pouch will form a pocket since one side has a seal.

Here, you will place the document between the pouch and seal with heat or cold sealing.

Also, when you heat seal a laminating pouch, it provides more protection than laminating sheets.

They also offer a 360-degree barrier around the item.

However, they are not as flexible as laminating sheets.

How Does The Number Of Rollers Influence The Quality Of Lamination By A Laminating Machine?

By using more rollers, you will have high-quality lamination, and there is a minimal chance that jamming will occur.

More rollers offer a smooth path, and the application of heat is consistent.

Which Are The Types Of Laminating Roll Film Used In Laminating System?

These include:

Thermal Laminating Roll Film

This film requires heat to activate glue that forms the seal with melting points between 230℉ and 270℉.

Pressure-sensitive Laminating Roll Film

This film requires the application of pressure for the self-adhesive film to form a seal.

Also, they are suitable for heat-sensitive items.

Low Melt Laminating Roll Film

It is a kind of thermal laminating roll film that offers clear lamination with a low melting point than the standard version.

Also, the melting point is between 180℉ and 230℉.

How Do You Load Roll Film Into A Laminator System?

Begin by opening the laminator system, then slide the cartridge.

The cartridges will slide in one way to get rid of loading issues.

Finally, thread the roll film, and for automatic systems, they automatically set the temperature and speed.

However, you need to set the temperature and speed for manual laminator systems.

Do All Laminating Systems Come Fitted With A Cutter?

Not all laminating systems come with fitted cutters.

For others, you need to cut the pieces manually.

What Are The Important Safety Precautions When Operating A Lamination Machine?

These include:

  • Fully read the user manual
  • Do not immerse any part of the system in water or other liquids to prevent electrical hazards.
  • Use the machine for the intended application.
  • Turn off the laminating the machine after every use
  • Ensure the main electrical socket is near the machine
  • Monitor the machine closely when children are around
  • Unplug the machine when not in use or cleaning.
  • Wait for the machine to cool down before cleaning
  • Do not operate if the machine is faulty or the cord is broken
  • Always use the machine indoors
  • Never laminate materials that have conductive materials or metals
  • Do not touch hot surfaces

Which Are Some Of The Cleaning And Maintenance Tips For Laminating Systems?

Some of the steps that assist in cleaning and maintaining the machine include:

  • Don’t use the machine continuously for more than 2 hours
  • Wait for at least 15 seconds before laminating another document
  • Allow the laminating system to cool for at least 30 minutes once you turn it off
  • Do not touch or place any object on the hot surfaces
  • Wait for the system to cool down before cleaning or relocating
  • Keep the electrical cords and your hands away from the hot surfaces
  • Do not open the unit to lower the risk of electric shocks or fire hazards
  • Clean the laminating rollers periodically as they may accumulate dirt
  • Feed a sheet of folded A4 paper repeatedly in the feeding slots to assist in removing debris
  • Do not use hard products of scouring powder to clean the machine
  • Use a soft and clean cloth to wipe the machine

What Are The Laminating Machine Sizes Available In The Market?

The most common sizes are A4 and A3.

To laminate small documents, the A4 laminator is all you need.

A3 is suitable for larger documents, while wide-format documents require A2 laminator machines.

Do Your Laminating Systems Have Quick Jam Release?

Yes, they come with a quick jam release which is a lever on the side of the machine.

To use it, flick it to separate the rollers, then remove the jammed pouch.

Do You Supply Industrial Laminating System Versions?

Yes, we do have industrial versions which can handle wide temperature settings and document sizes.

Also, they have several sets of rollers to provide clean fining in demoing usages.

How Do You Troubleshoot Laminator Systems?

Here is a guide that will assist you:

Iron plate laminator

Iron plate laminator

The Machine Has No Power

Ensure the power cord is plugged in properly and the switch is on.

Rollers Not Heating

Ensure the power cord is plugged in properly and switch it on.

Jamming Pouches

Use the lever to pouch the document if one end is outside the laminator system.

Pull the pouch gently as excess force can damage the gears.

To absorb glue from the rollers, run white cardboard on the laminator, on hot mode, two to three times.

Confirm that the settings match the pouch thickness.

Ensure the pouch thickness matches that of the machine.

Make sure to insert the pre-sealed edge first on the rollers.

Wavy Appearance On Lamination

This effect occurs if the temperature is too hot.

Solve this issue by first ensuring the setting matches the pouch you are using.

For laminator systems that have variable temperature control, begin by lowering down the temperature.

After that, wait for the ready indicator light to appear, which shows the machine now has the right temperature.

For machines in which you cannot adjust the temperature, try using a thicker pouch.

Documents Curl Up

Remove the document immediately after the lamination process is over.

Also, you can place it on a flat surface and let it cool before you handle it.

The Appearance Of Bubbles Or Cloudy Look

This effect means the temperature is not that hot.

Solve this by inspecting the settings to ensure they match the pouch you are using.

Use thinner pouches for heavier documents.

Try to increase the heat, then run the pouch one more time.

Are There Mini Laminator Machines For Home Use?

Yes, they are available and can laminate a small number of documents per unit time.

These machines are affordable and lightweight.

Is It Possible To Customize Laminating Machine?

Yes, this is possible.

All you need to do is contact the manufacturer with the specifications, and they will take care of it.

At Huanda, we give you a range of laminating systems to choose from, whether you need thermal laminator, heavy duty laminator, or mini laminator, you will find then right here.

Contact us today for all your laminating systems.

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