Plaque Mounting & Lamination
There are several mounting and lamination options available. Dry mounting involves the adherence of paper work to suitable backing board using a heating press. This process is excellent for keeping works such as reproductions and posters smooth and free from humidity damage. Plaque mounting and flush mounting both involve adhering paper works to a finished plaque of wood with beveled sides and front laminated with a plastic film.
Plaque mounting is available in a number of styles and colours, and is an excellent method to both preserve and create a finished looking piece for posters, maps, and other works on paper. Lamination, which involves sealing both sides of a paper work with plastic film, is also available. Lamination is ideal for paper items that need protection from frequent handling or weather such as promotional material, educational materials, menus, etc.