Consisting of, or covered with, laminæ, or thin plates, scales, or layers, one over another; laminated.
To cause to separate into thin plates or layers; to divide into thin plates.
To form, as metal, into a thin plate, as by rolling.
To form by uniting two or more layers (in sheet form) of a material, so that the layers are bonded tightly.
To unite (layers in sheet form) by bonding, so as to create a single object with multiple layers; -- used with the material in sheet form as the object; as, to laminate plywood.
A lamina is a â€˜thin plate or scaleâ€™; a laminate is a composite built by laminating a number of (usually thin) layers of material. A PCB is a laminate both because it combines a number of layers of copper and insulator and because the base material is itself a laminate of epoxide resin and glass fibre. See copper-clad dielectric material.
A component made from thin strips of wood glued together. or To glue things together to form a component.
Multi-ply paper and paperboard consisting of firmly united layers that may be bonded with resin or adhesive.
To bond one or more thin layers of durable plastic to a fabric or a material, Formica, for example.
(Celloglaze) Applied after printing. It can be either matt or gloss
A thin transparent plastic sheet (coating) applied to usually a thick stock (covers, post cards, etc.) providing protection against liquid and heavy use, and usually accents existing color, providing a glossy (or lens) effect.
layers of material bonded together for strength, thickness or decoration; also the material, such as Formica which is bonded to another material.
The word laminate means “to make by uniting several layers“and was once used in the wood flooring industry to describe engineered flooring. Today, the word has been “captured” by the plastic laminate industry to describe flooring with a melamine top layer over a photograph of whatever they are trying to mimic, laminated on top of a reconstituted powdered wood called fiberboard. Except for the plastic top coat, every part is still from a tree and eventually exhibits the same response to moisture and wear-and-tear.
Using adhesive to join two or more layers. Refers to the process used for encapsulating the identification photograph and data in a protective outer sheath. The term laminate also refers to the material used for laminating.
To cover or construct with thin layers of plies (laminae).
Permanent plastic laminated stage pass given to road crew and band for an entire tour. Submitted by Karl Kuenning RFL from Roadie Net.
The bonding together of two or more pieces of material for decorative or strengthening purposes. An example of decorative lamination is a countertop made of plastic material glued to the surface of particleboard or flakeboard. An excellent example of lamination for strength is provided by ordinary plywood. Lamination can also be used for gluing up bent wood projects without the use of steam, chemicals or water.
In coach construction, an object (panel) constructed of various flat layers attached (usually bonded) together to act as one homogenous structure; a component in such an assembly. Used for motorhome's wall, floor and roof assemblies. Laminated construction techniques are often used in higher-end motorhomes.
A plastic film bonded by heat and pressure for protection and appearance.
The process of applying a plastic film to a printed piece for protection or appearance.
To place into a mold a series of layers of polymer and reinforcement. The process of applying FRP materials to a mold. To lay up.
Encases a single imaged sheet in a protective plastic material. Often used for posters and flyers.
A protective transparent film that is applied to paper by heat and pressure.
Moulding featuring high-gloss plastic, leather, wood or other material applied over a wood core.
Packaging composed of layers of different materials, to reach properties not possible by one material alone. E.g. brick packaging is a laminate of PE, aluminium and cardboard. PE offers chemical inertness, aluminium makes it 100% light- and vaporthight and cardboard gives it the stiffness and printability.
Thin transparent plastic coating applied to paper or board to provide protection and give it either a gloss or matt finish.
A material manufactured by fusing two or more layers together to form one solid sheet.
A thin protective covering, bonded to a material.
the process of bonding or gluing together layers; the final product may also be referred to as a laminate.
formed of thin layers.
A material constructed from thin layers or sheets. Often used in the context of circuit boards.
A material or composition made from successive layers of resin and fiberglass materials bonded together.
Product made by bonding together two or more layers or sheets together, often under high-pressure / temperature combinations.
Large Document Bond Printing Large Format - Drawing Reproduction
Product made by bonding together two or more layers of like, or unlike materials.
A worksurface top material consisting of decorative paper impregnated with melamine resins adhered to a backer material.
A layered fabric made by bonding layers of fabric together by heat sealing or cold adhesive sprays.
A product made by bonding lamina together usually under the action of heat and pressure
The bonding of two or more pieces of wood to make a single piece
To join sheets or layers of a material with a bonding agent, such as using epoxy resins to bond layers of fiberglass cloth.
The product of bonding layers together as in beams or plywood.
a material adhered to the vinyl giving it the appearance of wood grain. (Available from Seven D Industries in both light and dark wood on white or tan vinyl.)
Bonding clear plastic film by heat and pressure to a sheet of paper to protect the print and improve its appearance.
A layer sandwich of sheets of substances bonded together under heat and pressure to form a single structure.
A product made by bonding two or more layers of like or dissimilar materials.
to cover printed material with a clear plastic film.
thin sheets of different materials, which can be intermixed, indivisibly sandwiched together.
The process of gluing material together.
To combine several thin layers into one thick piece.
To cover with matt or gloss finish film
(n) A decorative overlay. (v) To bond layers of material together with adhesive.
Vinyl inner layer of laminated glass.
A composite construction of dissimilar materials, such as a metal and plastic film, usually made up as sheet product and intended to function as though it were a single material.
A technique where a layer is laminated (with adhesive) to a fabric in order to enhance its performance characteristics. This process is common in waterproof, breathable garments, such as with the Gore-Tex membrane. A third layer may be laminated on the inside to protect the membrane laminate to create a three-ply construction. Laminates although a more expensive construction technique, offer a more durable and even layer and improved value and performance.
A thin fiberglass sheet or plate created by compression. Laminates sometimes consist of several thin layers.
The process of putting a sequence of layers of polymer and reinforcement into a mold. The resulting product is called a laminant.
A hard-surface floorcovering made with a melamine-impregnated decor layer with an aluminum oxide finish layer, and a HDF core on top of a melamine backing layer. Laminate floors have a high-resolution photo of wood on the top layer whereas engineered wood floors have a top layer of real wood.
Thin layers of material formed together to create a solid piece to craft into furniture or tabletops.
Thin layers of wood or plastic veneer that are glued to an inner core.
Product made by bonding together two or more layers of similar, or dissimilar materials.
To unite sheets of material by a bonding material. Normally used in reference to flat sheets.
A fabric made up of two or more plies fused together under a combination heat, pressure and adhesive.
Relating to self-adhesive products, the assembly of two or more webs of material normally comprising face paper or film, adhesive, release coated liner, sometimes a protective or decorative transparent overlay.
Material used to bond together two or more layers of paper, board, etc.; also a laminated product
The thin plastic layer covering the dust jacket of some books.
To bond substrates by heat and pressure, i.e.: plastic film to paper.
A process by which different materials are layered and then bonded together using adhesives, pressure, and/or heat. Common laminates are pressure sensitive adhesive backings and clear films used to protect printed images from abrasion, chemicals, and/or fading.
The raw material for printed circuits made of a sheet of plastic with copper foil adhered to one or both sides.
v. A term used when layers of wood are bonded together through a process of heat and pressure. n. The plastic product used to fabricate kitchen countertops.
Plastic material used to seal countertops. Also known by the trademark name Formica.
Describes a material made of several layers bound together (and also the process of making that material). In wood panels three or more layers are laid with each layer's grain direction alternating, for strength and durability.
A clear, plastic coating applied to paper to enhance its durability, or the act of applying this coating. Laminates are available in varying degrees of rigidity.
Plastic-like material used as countertops, which is known by several brands including Formica and WilsonArt.
(noun): A surface covering, usually affixed to a substrate with glue. May be any thin surface material. This word does not necessarily indicate "plastic" or "melamine" as is commonly believed. Paper or aluminum may also be a laminate.
The outer material bonded to Plywood.
Raw material for printed circuits consisting of a plastic sheet with copper foil tracks on one or both sides.
A product made by bonding two or more layers together, usually of different materials, under heat and pressure to form a single structure.
To unite sheets of material by bonding material usually with pressure and heat. A product made by bonding.
A composition of MDF board and multiple layers of impregnated papers and Aluminum Oxide.
Layers of wood, plastic, or other materials bound together, usually having heat and pressure simultaneously applied.
separated into sheets or layers (lamellae).
To cover with film, to bond or glue one surface to another.
Laminate refers to when the fibres of the applicator (ie. cardboard core of some rollers) begin splitting into layers.
A layer of resin applied to a shaped surfboard blank. Laminating resin is used to soak the fibreglass cloth and seal it to the blank.
A layered fabric made by bonding scrims and/or taffetas to one or two plies of film.
Family of products in which a finish material is fused to a substrate. Laminates include LPL (Low-Pressure Laminate) and HPL (High-Pressure Laminate). HPL is thicker, stronger and more durable.
A package made by bonding together two or more layers of materials.
to join layers of materials together using fusion; the process of joining layers of materials together using adhesion.
a fingernail like restoration made of porcelain or composite and bonded to a tooth to improve its appearance.
Any thin material such as wood or plastic that's glued to the exterior of a cabinet or other surface.
To heat bond glass to the point of just sticking together.
To unite layers with a bonding material, usually with pressure and heat.
A general term used to describe structures comprised of two or more materials.
To protect paper or card and give it a matt or gloss surface by applying a transparent plastic coating through heat or pressure.
1. To form a product by bonding together two or more layers of materials. 2. The product so formed, such as a plastic laminate.
The plastic material usually reinforced by glass or paper that supports the copper cladding from which the circuit traces are created. and ~ A pad typically used to solder a component pin to the printed circuit board.
Thin plastic or porcelain veneer produced in a dental laboratory and then bonded to a tooth
A single layer of material used in multi-layered fiberglass construction.
Combine the above two definitions to read: Laminated fabrics are made of two or more plies fused together under a combination of heat, pressure and adhesives. They are normally constructed of a plastic top and bottom layer and an intermediate scrim layer.
To unite layers of materials with an adhesive.
A thin transparent plastic coating applied to paper or board to provide protection and give it a glossy finish.
to cover or construct with thin layers or plies
A process by which different materials are layered and then bonded together using adhesion. The end result may be the creation of a substrate - such as medium density overlay (MDO) - or the protection of the underlying surface, as when a clear, plastic film is laminated to a decorated surface.
Two or more layers of different coloured plastic chemically bonded together. Especially used in engraving to provide contrasting colour in the engraved characters without having to fill them.
A material formed by bonding together two or more layers in order to achieve an effect not otherwise attainable from each of the component layers separately.
the structure resulting from bonding multiple plies of reinforcing fibre or fabric
to build up to desired shape or thickness. (noun) â€“ a material composed of successive layers of material, usually bonded together under heat and pressure.
A composite material made by bonding together several layers of same or different materials.
A sandwich of structural frame members, wall paneling, insulation and exterior covering, adhesive-bonded under pressure and/or heat to form the RV's walls, floor and/or roof.
Primarily means a composite material system made with layers of fiber reinforcement in a polymer resin. Sometimes used as a general reference for composites, regardless of how made. Examples of usage: laminate consumption by market, compression-molded laminate.
a material made by joining together complete surfaces of any combination of films, foils and papers.
to bond two or more layers of a material together to make a finished product.
A thin plastic materiel used to cover a board. The most common use of laminate is for counter and table tops. It is often referred to by the brand name Formica®.
to combine two or more layers of material to form packaging. The layers are held together by an adhesive or heat bonding.
A web material formed by bonding two or more materials together.
A sandwich of structural frame members, wall paneling, insulation and exterior covering that is adhesive-bonded under pressure and heat to form an RV's walls, floor and roof.
material of substantially uniform thickness composed of layers in more or less continuous contact and bonded together, e.g., plywood, The layers may be discontinuous, but not gapped.
Formica or other brands surface glued to a wood substrate typically for countertops.
Material manufactured by pressing resin-impregnated fibers or sheets, then applying a top layer of a higher quality product.
Product built up by bonding two or more layers of materials.
A thin face of wood or plastic, adhesively bonded to a core or substrate, which makes up the decorative, wear or weatherable surface of the part.
A product made by bonding layers of wood or other material to a wood substrate.
A product made by bonding together two or more layers of material.
Fabric constructed from layers of film, scrim and/or taffeta glued together under high pressure and/or heat to form a composite sail material.
Reinforcement material, usually of fibreglass. Describes also the process putting together different sheets of materials.
Binding layers of wood panels laid alternately across the grains and bonded for strength and durability.
A thin material such as wood or plastic, that is affixed to the exterior of a cabinet or other surface.
The binding up of layers; in wood panels three, five, or more layers are laid alternately across the grains for strength and durability.
To apply film to a surface by hand or by mechanical applicators. A web or sheet material formed by bonding materials together.
Plastic-like material used as countertops, which is known by several brand names, including Formica.
Protecting paper or card with a film of plastic to give a glossy coating, often used for covers of brochures etc.
A laminate is a material constructed by uniting two or more layers of material together. The process of creating a laminate is lamination, which usually refers to sandwiching something between layers of plastic and sealing them with heat and/or pressure.