Film lamination refers to the process of covering printed matter with a transparent plastic film, which is completely enclosed in the plastic by gluing the film on both sides of the part. This coating can protect printed matter and 
increase strength and rigidity.

Laminating prevents moisture, stains, stains and tearing. In environments where the material may encounter dust, grease, liquids, or other destructive substances, lamination can protect the printed material.

In these cases, the laminate film may extend beyond the edges of the printed part to form a protective barrier around the edges of the printed part. The composite film can be used for a variety of purposes, usually a combination of 
protection and enhancement of appearance. The thickness of the coating film is usually between about 24 to 100 microns.