Here’s a very good article on using that laminator and finishing in general.
BY JEFFREY STEELE
CREATED: JANUARY 1, 2013
Here’s an very interesting article by Jim Hingst with RTape Corporation. As an alternative to Dry Erase, try SEALs Anti-Graffiti film and this preparation is not needed. Great tip Jim!
Ghosting on dry erase boards is usually the rule, not the exception. If you want your dry erase board to look good years from now with minimal ghosting, you have to condition the surface, before you use it and you have to use the right markers. I have used the RTape EZErase™ film on my refrigerator for two years. The surface is as white today as when I applied it. In fact, it is a brighter white than the white of the refrigerator.
Although an article for smaller laminators, are we missing the boat?
Well, I’m on my way to Las Vegas, NV to attend the 2012 SGIA show. I’ll be doing demonstrations of the new SEAL 65 Pro MD laminator for SEAL and Neschen Americas. But I thought it might be nice to actually walk the show, take some photos and talk a bit about what’s new. In the current economic environment, I thought you might like to know what’s happening that could make you some money. So I’ll be taking photos, shooting video and generally posting what looks like a cool product. If you have any suggestions, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Since I will be demoing the new SEAL laminator, I thought I’d share some initial thoughts with you. This thing is cool! It has a windows based operating system for the control panel, so they can update and upgrade it in the future with things like training videos, dear to my heart. In addition, I actually saw a beta unit do thermal encapsulation at 15 ft per minute! That’s like 5 times faster than norm! If you’ll be attending come see me! Here’s a video that shows off some of the features: http://www.givemehelp.com/usb