Lamination refers to paper or card being covered in a transparent plastic that is applied with an adhesive glue. The process enhances and protects the paper from scratches and can even make it waterproof.
The process of lamination is carried out on the, you guessed it, lamination machine. Mostly a small machine, it allows only one piece of print or paper to be fed through at a time, however, it is speedy, so hundreds can be done an hour.Lamination in print is the most common form of lamination. Various other materials and objects can be laminated, but this is rare. Lamination works through thin sheets of plastic being sealed onto pages of paper to give a shiner or glossier effect