Binding, Laminating & Printing
Whether you are looking to bind, laminate or print for the home, office, work or school, then here you will find everything that you need. Check out our label maker to get super organised or laminate essential documents to keep them looking pristine. Binding is an excellent option if you are looking to make your own notebooks or for presenting an important assignment at school. Whatever your home printing needs, shop binding, laminating and printing at Spotlight today.
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Can I purchase Binding, Laminating and Printing tools from Spotlight?
Yes, you can. Whether you are looking to bind reports, laminate important papers, or just print at home, this selection includes everything that you could possibly need. If you work from home, these useful items could help you to save invaluable time, or perhaps you are looking to laminate or bind for school or college work. With such a huge collection of binding, laminating and printing tools available, and at Spotlight's guaranteed low prices, shop online or instore today.
How do I purchase Binding, Laminating and Printing Tools from Spotlight?
To purchase our fabulous selection of binding, laminating and printing tools from Spotlight, shop online and follow the instructions right through to check out. We accept all major payment methods, including Visa, MasterCard and PayPal and we will deliver right to your door. See here for more information regarding delivery costs and times. Alternatively, call into one of our nationwide stores, where one of our friendly team is on hand to help you with any suggestions, questions or queries that you may have.
Why do I need a laminator?
Lamination refers to the application of a protective film on each side of the team that can be trimmed right to the edge, without affecting the bond. If you love to craft, then a laminator will seriously up your game, and it is a great way of preserving cherished memories, recipes, or other items that you would like to stay neat. Teachers everywhere know the power of the laminator, and this vital tool will transform your lesson planning game. Laminate your to-do lists for a wipe clean base, or important emergency phone numbers for the babysitter or on a card for your child to carry. Plus, as laminating allows your paperwork to last for longer and to stay in tip-top condition, this means that you can reuse items. Saving you money and resources as well as being better for the environment!
How do I use a laminator?
That depends on the model and manufacturer of your laminator or craft station. Check the manufacturer's manual that came with your product for step by step instructions. For most standard laminators, you will need to purchase pouches. Choose the appropriate size pouches for your craft, but you can always laminate multiple items in one pouch.
Just ensure that you leave a small space in between each one. Preheat your laminating machine before preparing your paper. Place your paper in its pouch on the laminator shell, it is important to push it right to the edge, till you can feel the machinery, so that it is able to grab hold of the paper. Flip the feed switch on your machine and wait until the paper has gone completely through the machine before taking it out. Instant lamination! Always ensure that the item is fully cooled before touching it and that your laminator has been turned off and unplugged after each use.
What are the most common ways of binding documents?
Binding documents is a great way of presenting your work, particularly those all-important dissertations and thesis papers, or to impress clients and colleagues. There are a number of different binding methods, with comb binding being the most popular. This is a cost-effective, professional way of binding your documents. Wire binding and colour coil binding offer a sturdy, durable binding solution. As does thermal binding and Unibind, both of which rely on heat. If you are looking for the perfect way to bind your own craft book or scrapbook, ribbon binding is easy to do at home and looks beautiful when finished. If you are not quite sure if there is a need to bind your documents, you can always use a stapler or just organiser your papers in a folder.