- Use medium to heavy weight paper stocks. Text weight papers may warp and buckle under heat and pressure.
- Offset powder should be kept to a minimum as it may appear under the laminate (an aqueous coating to prevent offset is a better alternative).
- Use wax-free inks if possible.
- Color copies should be imaged onto a minimum of 7pt stock for best results.
- Press sheets should be shipped to us only when inks are completely dry.
- If an encapsulated edge seal is required (where the plastic extends beyond the edge of the sheet for a positive seal), your sheets must arrive trimmed to size.
- If a flush edge is required (where the plastic stops at the edge of the sheet), your sheets must arrive oversized by at least 1/2" on all four sides so that we can trim the sheets after lamination.
- Do not use a fiberous paper stock when a flush cut is desired.
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