The Hot Melt Lamination Process
The hot melt lamination process, unlike flame, doesn’t rely on the material itself to act as an adhesive.
Instead, a separate adhesive substance is heated up before being evenly distributed by rollers across the material. Finally, the process is completed in a similar method to flame lamination by feeding the materials through a compression roller to bond together.
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