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lam·i·nate

 (lăm′ə-nāt′)
v. lam·i·nat·ed, lam·i·nat·ing, lam·i·nates
v.tr.
1. To cover with a thin sheet of material, as for preservation.
2. To beat or compress (metal) into a thin plate or sheet.
3. To divide into thin layers.
4. To make by uniting several layers.
v.intr.
To split into thin layers or sheets.
adj. (-nĭt, -nāt′)
Consisting of, arranged in, or covered with laminae.
n. (-nāt′, -nĭt)
1. A laminated product, such as plywood.
2. A thin sheet of material, or the material itself, such as plastic, used to laminate something.

lam′i·na′tor n.
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Global Laminated Aluminium Foil Market: Segmentation Global laminated aluminium foil market is segmented on the basis of packaging format as follows: Pouches Flat & gusseted bags Stick Packs Wraps Lids Others Global Laminated aluminium foil market is segmented on the basis of laminating materials as follows: Paper Plastic Global laminated aluminium foil market is segmented on the basis of end use as follows: Food Packaging Beverage Packaging Cosmetics & Personal Care Pharmaceutical Global Laminated Aluminium Foil Market: Regional Outlook The flexible packaging market of North America is estimated to be a major consumer of laminated aluminium foil.
There is a global focus to manufacture thermal film laminating machines which are cost effective and easy to install.
Arkansas Laminating LLC of Magnolia has acquired the manufacturing assets of the Unit Structures LLC plant in the south Arkansas city.
The company specializes in full web ultrasonic laminating. Because ultrasonic laminating is adhering layers together through the use of sound energy only at specific points across the composite, the greatest portion of the flow of the substance being filtered is preserved.
Get calendar laminated at an office supply store, or buy DIY laminating sheets.
While this type of tape has proven effective and is growing in acceptance worldwide, these tapes and the required laminating process are costly and are limited to a relatively thick foam tape.
The second laminating line, with slightly old equipment, will add another 20 million to 30,000 million square-feet of production onto their existing capacity of 60 million to 65 million square-feet.
Two new Friz brochures from Stiles Machinery highlight the FK series of laminating machines.
The new Air Powered Lug Chuck is designed for high speed printing, laminating, and sheeting applications on unwind flying or zero speed splicers and other shaftless unwind/rewind applications.
Laminating films attached to the boards are available with gloss, satin, velvet or crystal finishes.
It also features an easy-to-load laminate cassette and a card-cleaning cartridge that removes dust on cards prior to p rinting and laminating.