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With slightly higher cost, a durable plastic film has advantages over a liquid coating. Film lamination will not yellow with age or flake off, will not crack on the spine of the book, the ink is protected from cracking and it gives an odorless and wipeable surface

Minimum Margins on All Sides: 1/2"
Minimum Paper Weight: 80lb.text
Maximum Paper Weight: 24pt.

Both shiny and matte film lamination is available

Gloss Lamination
A high shine, hard wearing, high performance gloss finish provides a wide range of uses across the whole spectrum of printed products. The properties of good gloss and strength make it suitable for all the following applications:
Company report , brochures, catalogs, book jacket covers, magazines, folders and point-of-sale displays.

Matt Lamination
This Matt finish coupled with its smooth texture offers a sophisticated non-reflective silky image to premium printed items such as annual reports, folders, brochures and book covers and to material printed on matte stock. Matt finishes are also particularly suited to surfaces which need to be easily read such as wall maps, but can be prone to scuffing and should be handled with care.