The new Ez-Glide liquid laminating system is an affordable solution for protecting the surface of wide format digital prints.
The new Ez-Glide liquid laminating system is an affordable solution for protecting the surface of wide format digital prints. The specially formulated Rollaguard liquid laminate is suitable for use on a variety of surfaces and media including canvas, vinyl and solvent-based inks.
The unique Ez-Glide process provides UV, water and abrasion protection, to ensure that your images can be safely handled without risk of damage. It is a simple process which is easy to setup and clean
For protecting wide format ink jet prints including:
Ã Signage printed on water-resistant media.
Ã Vehicle graphics
Ã Fine art reprints on water-resistant canvas.
Ã For regular canvas, EZ-Glide can be used with solvent-based coatings..
Great for protecting wide format prints including:
- Outdoor signage and wraps printed with eco or pure solvent inks
- Fine art canvas prints printed with pigmented, archival inks
- Not designed for photos, bond paper or vinyls printed with
pigmented or dye inks
Coating Width: 55" Coating thickness: 3/4 mil (dry)Tray Capacity: 1/2 gallonCost: 11 cents per square foot.Dry Time: 15 to 25 minutes (depends on humidity and media type).Finish: Gloss or SatinCoverage: 650 Square Feet per gallon.
Ã Provides UV, water and abrasion protection.
Ã Enhances the vibrancy of the inks.
Ã Costs less than film laminates.
Ã Media retains its flexibility
Ã Faster, cleaner than spraying or hand rolling.
Ã Provides a precision coating and eliminates waste and misses.
|1. Pour the coating into the tray. (Braces secure the applicator to the table.)|
|2. Swivel the coating rod up and insert your media over the tray.|
|3. Swivel the coating rod down and the media is submerged in the coating. |
|4. Pull the media through|
|5. As you pull the media through, the coating rod wipes off a portion of the coating, leaving a smooth, even finish. The red wiper, below the media, completely wipes off the coating from the back, leaving it perfectly dry.|
|6. When finished, drain the coating back into the bottle and wipe down the coating rod with water.|