Even with the existence of a wide range of visual machine learning tools, there’s no better way of protecting your printed document than a cold laminating machine. Whether in an office or a classroom, when you need to give your document a high-quality finish or protect a page, a cold laminator is your tool of choice.
Read on to find some of the amazing advantages of using cold laminating in learning institutions.
Easy to Use
Since a cold laminator doesn’t use heat, there’s no lengthy warm-up time needed. Additionally, you’ll neither have to adjust the thermostat nor the roller tension for good results. Because it doesn’t need electricity, you can use it anywhere by simply turning the handle to operate.
You’re much less likely to encounter bubbles or wrinkles when using a cold laminator. You can also use it with any flat material. Unlike hot laminators, these visual machine learning tools don’t produce heat. Therefore, you can rest assured that your heat-sensitive documents or photographs are safe.
If you’re using cold laminating, the plastic laminate won’t melt and stick on your document as it happens with a hot laminator. There are also no chances of potential fire hazards or burns. In addition to protecting your learning material, lamination adds value to your document with a scratch-resistant surface.
Since it adds a rigid surface to your document, it protects it against unsightly folds and creases. Finally, even if you’re using UV protection in your ink, nothing can protect a document or image, as well as the cold laminator.