laminable


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lam•i•na•ble

(ˈlæm ə nə bəl)

adj.
capable of being laminated.
[1790–1800]
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Functional integration - for example, replacing plastic interior trim with structural parts suitably designed with laminable, visually attractive surfaces.
For example, the new Macs are the first computers to use flat batteries, for which Porous Power's easily laminable separators are especially well-suited.
The company also promoted flame laminable foams, dielectric sealable foams and sound absorption/anti-vibration foams.