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Basically, lamination refers to the joining of several layers. It offers the opportunity to add an extra layer to the fabric. The technology combines the benefits of different material properties. There are different types of laminations we can choose.

  • Roller (heated) lamination is a process that uses heat to fuse a layer of protective film onto a paper or plastic substrate.
  • Spray lamination is a process in which glue is applied between two layers of fabric or foam.
  • Film lamination is used to embellish or protect printed documents or images.
  • Flame lamination is used to seal materials like foams or other lofted non-woven polyesters. The heat of the open flame creates a sticky top. Then the second part is added to the material to secure the bond. This is a cost-efficient technique because of the natural kind of glow.
  • Hot pressing lamination technique that combines materials using heat and pressure.
  • Curing of the adhesive lamination is a solvent-less, film-laminating adhesive chemically cured through reactions that begin taking place as soon as the two parts of the adhesive are mixed.

The general lamination technique is used to combine the advantages of different materials together, like fire retardancy, waterproof properties or fabric suitable for wearing next to the skin. It can be used to increase the shape-retaining quality or provide padding behind a fabric.

Our Approach

To enable fast switching from a design to production, we follow a set step-by-step plan. Each step in this process is needed to develop a high-quality textile product that can be easily scaled up in production.

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