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Coil Diameter Guide

Use this handy chart to determine which size coil is right for your project. For more information on availability and color options available, please see the Coil Color Guide or call us if you have additional questions.

Double Loop Guide

Use this handy guide to make the right double loop wire diameter for your project.

 

19 Ring Wire Guide

Use this handy guide to make the right 19 ring wire diameter selection for your project.

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Coil Color Guide

Most coils sizes are stocked in the following colors; Black, White, Clear, Blue, Red, Maroon, Navy and Forest Green.

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Frequently Asked Questions

At Popp, we pride ourselves in knowing our product and having the answers to your questions. Below you will find a list of frequently asked questions. If you don't find the answer you are looking for, email us at popp@rrt.net or call us at 1-800-437-4787.

Entries in Pouch Laminating (8)

Wednesday
Nov022016

Have a pouch that is stuck in the machine?

When running a pouch through without a carrier and it gets stuck, run a carrier through to see if it will push the pouch out.  

Wednesday
Nov022016

Cleaning the Rollers on a Pouch Laminator

Always refer to your machine manual.

Helpful idea:
When cleaning the rollers, run a pouch carrier or an #80 lb. cover stock through while the machine is still hot to pull any adhesive off the rollers.  If there is still build up, refer to your manual.  

Wednesday
Oct222014

What to use for trimming laminated documents.

1. Rotary Trimmer   2.  Zippy Knife   3.  Scissor    4. Craft knife 

Thursday
Jan312013

Laminating Pouch Carriers

Laminating carriers are heavy white card stock sheets that have a special coating on one side. The coated side is folded to the inside and the carrier is open on three sides. A carrier is used with some machines to help keep the glue off the rollers.

Monday
Oct252010

What size laminating pouch do I need?

Choose a laminating pouch that is at least 1/8" larger than your insert card size on all four sides.

Thursday
Mar252010

How many pouches can be run through a pouch laminator per hour?

13" Pouch machines:
    2 large pouches per minute or 120 per hour
    300 small pouches per hour

 

Thursday
Mar252010

When to adjust the heat on a pouch laminator?

If the pouch is cloudy, the temperature is too low.
If the pouch is wrinkled or has bubbles, the temperature is too high.

Thursday
Mar252010

What do you use to clean the rubber rollers on a pouch laminator?

We offer a laminator cleaning kit, to help care for your pouch laminator, check it out here: Laminator Cleaning Kit.

Use a mildly abrasive cleaning pad, such as a 3M WHITE Scotch Brite, and denatured alcohol OR mild soapy water to wipe the rollers.

*always refer to the manual for this process*