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Capable of laminating at 22 metres per minute & sheet sizes up to 720x1020mm, the QLam Iris 52WF & 72WF represent the utmost in quality & craftsmanship with many commercial features & a compact footprint.
Read what Mark has to say:
"We purchased the QLam Iris 52 WF Series 2 after comparing many machines within the market place. The Iris stood out from the competition its solid build & quality finish makes the machine easy to operate.
The service & training that we have received from Lamination System was second to none, from the installation to over the phone trouble shooting & ongoing supplies of materials. As we operate in a remote location, reliability & sound technical advice is essential to our business.
Installing the Iris has allowed us to keep more work in house & reduce our turnaround times on larger runs, as the closest trade finisher is 3000km away"
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Now begins the hard work of answering hundreds of enquiries and sending through machine quotes and information.
Many printers and sign writers are utilising the $20K tax incentive... so get in by June 30th to beat the tax man and take advantage of our PacPrint Specials.
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Matt & Dylan fly out today, so they will be ready and rearing to go when bump-in begins on Monday. Then Sarah will join them on Tuesday.
We'll have a wide range of machinery on our stand, from Desktop A3 Celloglazers (Minibond 380 & Minibond 520) to Large Automatic Celloglazers (QLAM Iris 72WF) and Wide Format Laminators (Sign Master 1600 Plus and Sign Master Applicator). There is sure to be something to suit your needs.
And don't forget... we will be launching two new laminators at Pacprint. Be sure to visit stand E60 and be among the first to get a demonstration!!!
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At Lamination System, we offer a variety of substrate options for your mounting and signage requirements. But how do you know which one is best for your project? Check out the descriptions below to help you decide:
Coreflute is a corrugated twin wall sheet made from polypropylene, or in laymans terms... corrugated plastic. Lightweight, rigid and weatherproof, Corflute is a perfect low-cost material for short-term outdoor signs, but if looked after it should last a lot longer. Only downside for some people is the ridging is often visible through the print. We stock this in white and 5mm thick.
Foamcore is a lightweight material made of 3 layers - an inner layer of dense foam that is coated on either side with thin cardboard. Only suitable for indoor use, Foamcor may bend or warp over time making it most suitable for short-term displays. Foamcore is significantly less expensive than Gatorboard but susceptible to breaking or denting if not handled correctly. It is available in white or black at 5mm thick.
Gatorboard is a display board with a dense inner core made of foam and a rigid exterior made of wood-fiber veneer. This exterior is water resistant (not waterproof - for that you need corflute!) and will not easily break or warp. Though made to resist scratching and breaking, Gatorboard is still prone to denting when too much pressure is applied. Due to the acid-free surface and durability gatorboard is more suited to fine art and photography mounting. We stock Gatorboard in 5mm black.
Your final mounting option is a 9mm MDF (Medium Density Fibreboard) which is pine fibre and resin compacted together. MDF has fine and smooth surface ideal for mounting and you can choose from a square or bevelled edge. Being 9mm thick wood, MDF is much heavier than the three aforementioned products but is also more durable and long-lasting. Blockmounting is often used as a budget alternative to framing.
Still unsure which product is best for you? Give our team a call on 1300 099 030 (freecall) or pop in to our friendly reception area and have a look at some samples we have on display. You can also supply your own substrate or we can custom order other mounting products for larger jobs.
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