Overlamination - What is overlamination?
Definition of OVERLAMINATION:
A type of coating; a clear film that is applied to the top surface of a face material to enhance its appearance or to create a protective coating. An overlaminate can be produced with a gloss, matt, or textured finish, depending on the requirements of the application. Overlamination is usually done on press during the manufacturing process, although it can be done later as a separate converting operation.Go Back to Glossary