Lamination comes in many forms, but not all are the same. Some are made to be anti-glare, some are made for thickness, and some are made to write on with wet or dry erase markers. Lamination does always have one thing in common though, it serves to protect extend the life of prints. As always, if you aren’t sure what you’re looking for – give us a call and we will help you make a selection!

Satin Lamination

Matte Lamination

Satin lamination is by far our most popular overlam. It is semi-textured and completely matte so there is almost no glare. The lamination is also smudge-proof and s easy to keep clean.

Wet / Dry Erase Lamination

Glossy Finish

Gloss Lamination

5 mil. or 10 mil.

Matte Overlam

Used with Vinyl (Pictured)

Matte overlam (lamination) is used on vinyl only and is indoor/outdoor. Unlike the satin lamination, matte overlam is not textured. It does, have minimal glare and is easy to keep clean.

Gloss Overlam

Used with Vinyl

Gloss overlam is identical to matte overlam aside from having a shiny finish instead of a matte finish.