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A lot of people buy an A4 laminator, even though their printer can print A3 size and they might want to laminate an A3 document one day. It is a good idea, when looking at the best laminating machines, to go for the best laminator you can afford, so that when you laminate, your documents come out looking professional. When choosing the size of the laminator, you should take into consideration the maximum size that your printer can print. For example, if your printer prints up to A3 size, you should buy an A3 laminating machine. You can also get a 9" laminating machine which is perfect for laminating A4 pages, since an A4 page is 8.4" wide and you need to allow for borders. It is also important to choose a quality laminating machine which is easy to use and gives consistently great results.
If you need a huge machine, you can get 42" laminators although obviously most homes and small businesses do not need something so big. If you are going to be laminating posters and larger items, you should think about a large roll laminator. If you are mainly laminating IDs or small documents, a pouch laminator might be the best option.
Other Laminator Options
If you plan to use the laminator regularly, you might want to get a durable, heavy duty one with metal casing, steel gears and four rollers. If you are only going to use it occasionally, a pouch laminator should be fine.
If you are going to be laminating items of varying rigidness or thickness, choose a laminator with a high specification and one that can handle five hundred micron pouches. This means you will be able to laminate thick paper and card as well as regular paper. If you are going to use a laminator for mounting, a pouch laminator with spring rollers or a dry mount laminator might be the best pouch laminators to choose since they can handle foam boards and wood as well as paper and card.

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