Leader in binding and laminating, expert in service!
MARYLAND HEIGHTS, MO, July 07, 2020 /24-7PressRelease/ — Southwest Binding & Laminating, a St. Louis, MO based manufacturer and distributor of document finishing equipment and supplies is pleased to announce the launch of the Phoenix™ 440-ML 44″ Mounting Laminator. The fifth model for the Phoenix™ line and upgrade to the unit that started it all in 2008.
With minimal training your staff can produce professionally mounted and or laminated prints using Mount Boards, Pouch Boards and Flexible Film Pouches. Those comfortable can laminate one-sided with cold or thermal roll films, coat boards with mount adhesive, mount with dry mount tissue or apply premask.
The Phoenix™ 440-ML offers 3.5″ diameter rollers, a top heated roller for thermal products, adjustable temperature to 302° F, speeds up to five feet per minute, variable gap settings to ¼” and 3″ core Quick-Grip film shafts.
The addition of the release liner rewind along with variable temperature control provides easy application of pressure sensitive films to coated medias or those not compatible with high heat settings.
Let the Phoenix™ 440-ML expand and grow your in-house wide format print finishing capabilities with this professional grade unit. Whether working with uncoated, coated, fine art or vinyl media the Phoenix™ 440-ML is capable of laminating or mounting your projects. With an MSRP of just $3395 this unit is a flexible and economical resource for producing signage and display materials.
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About Southwest Binding & Laminating
Southwest Binding & Laminating is an industry leader in document finishing equipment and supplies founded in 1966 as a family owned business. Stock orders ship from three distribution centers strategically located in Missouri, California and Virginia to ensure delivery from coast to coast.
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