Place the over-laminate panel on a flat work
surface with the covered adhesive side face up.
Position the toothed STRIPPER TOOL with the
head of the T-bar in line with the panel edge.
Tear off a 20mm strip of the polythene cover.
You will find that pulling the polythene ON TO the sharp teeth
makes this easy.
Place the over-laminate panel into the REGISTRATION
Ensure that the exposed adhesive strip is
NOT at the end of the panel which is fitted snugly into the
corner of the tray.
Introduce the printed matter into the tray
by locating it into the corner and lower onto the panel surface.
The REGISTRATION TRAY ensures that no part of the printed
matter will come into contact with the exposed adhesive strip
until the print and the panel are in perfect alignment.
A simple stroke across the print where it
touches the exposed adhesive on the panel will guarantee that
the print and the panel remain a ‘tacked’ set
in perfect alignment ready for step 3.
Advance the 20mm tacked end of
the set into the ROLI-POLI laminator rollers. Do not exceed
Lift the CAT-FLAP and pass the printed matter
Return the CAT-FLAP to its flap-down
Now that the printed matter is isolated, expose
the adhesive surface of the panel by removing the remainder
of the polythene cover.
Turn the ROLI-POLI handle clockwise to pass
the printed matter and panel set through the rollers.
As these cannot come into contact with each
other until they meet at the roller nip this ensures
that no air can be trapped during the laminating process.
The completed sign will exhibit a perfectly
aligned, bubble-free finish.