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The process of laminating, joining together thin layers
A layer of something that is laminated
A foliation of a closed subset of a manifold by subspaces of one dimension less
Something made by laminating
The process of preparing a laminate Also any layer in a laminate
The process of laminating, or the state of being laminated
a "peeling" defect in a planchet caused by air or impurities when the planchet strip is rolled out
Process by which a sandwich of film layers are bound together by adhesives, coatings, or other polymers to form substrates with improved physical and chemical properties
A decoration of a manifold in which some subset is partitioned into sheets of some lower dimension, and the sheets are locally parallel It may or may not be possible to fill the gaps in a lamination to make a foliation
The process of "sandwiching" a cel between sheets of clear plastic in an effort to preserve it Unfortunately, lamination causes more problems than it solves, because it prevents the paint from absorbing moisture from the atmosphere, making it become brittle and cracked In addition, the chemicals present in the lamination adhesive can attack pigments over time, causing the colors to mottle and fade Heat fused lamination was first used by Courvoisier Galleries on cels from Dumbo and Fantasia, and was soon abandoned The process was revived by the Disney Art Program in the early 1970's, using a laminate similar to a large sheet of scotch tape All cels sold through the Disney Art Program between The Jungle Book and The Great Mouse Detective were subjected to this process Haloing is a term which describes the separation of the plastic laminate around the perimeter of the character, common in cels of this type
Êa plastic film bonded by heat and pressure to a printed sheet for protection or appearance
bonding thin sheets together a layered structure
bonding thin sheets together
a method of gluing together sheets of wood with the grain in different directions to produce a material that is thinner and lighter than solid wood
a sheet of material composed of two or more layers of material adhered together to form the sheet such as a liner and face material together with an adhesive to form a sheet of pressure sensitive label stock
(a) A method of applying magnetic stripe tape to a card; adhesive is applied to the film side of the tape, and the entire tape with magnetic material is bonded to the card; (b) A method of fabricating cards, built up of several layers of material with thin sheets of adhesive in between and bonded under heat and pressure; (c) See Cold Peel
the application of a clear film to label material for the purpose of protection or to enhance visual quality
Bonding one product to another by pressure for protection or appearance
Using plates on a press to fuse the various layers of a plastic card together
a layered structure
a plastic film bonded by heat and pressure to a printed sheet for protection or appearance
> The process of binding layers of wood alternately across the grains in order to strengthen the overall wood panel
The process of building up thin layers of materials and bonding them together as one product under heat and pressure with an adhesive added
The process of combining lamination material and core material using time, heat and pressure Laminate patches used in card printers come on rolls, with and without carriers/liners
An abnormal structure resulting in a separation or weakness aligned generally parallel to the worked surface of the metal
Sealing a memory between translucent plastic pieces for the same reasons as encapsulation, but not as safe due to heat exposure and pressure Lignin: Lignin is the natural material, which holds wood cells together It causes the break down of paper over time
In holography, this is the permanent application of the hologram film to a rigid substrate like glass or acrylic sheet This is usually done to keep the film flat during display, and also to protect the emulsion
A combination of two or more similar or dissimilar materials that function as one backing' for example' acetate and tissue in acetate fiber tapes
A heat and pressure cycle used to consolidate a stack of prepregs into a solid block The term also refers to the consolidation of a stack of laminates (with circuitry) to form a PCB Lamination is referred to as the C-stage in PCB fabrication
A plastic film applied to a printed piece for protection or appearance
material that holds the soft iron pole pieces and permanent magnet around the rotor
{i} process of laminating, act of bonding together two or more thin layers; state of being laminated; object which is formed of thin layers; process of binding one fabric to another one using heat or adhesive bonding (Textiles)
A process of reinforcing fragile sheet material, usually using transparent or translucent sheets of plastic or paper Some forms of lamination such as those using cellulose acetate are considered unacceptable as preservation methods because of high heat and pressure during application, instability of lamination materials or difficulty in removing lamination from the item, especially a long time after the lamination was performed
The formation of laminae, the thinnest recognizable layer in a sediment or sediment rock, differing from other layers in color, composition, or particle size Typically displayed in shale
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Material formed of thin sheets glued together
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To assemble from thin sheets glued together
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{a} consisting of plates or thin layers
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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
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Laminated fabrics are made of two or more plies fused together under a combination of heat, pressure, and adhesives Welblon, Herculite and Lam-A-Lite are examples of laminated fabrics
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To cause to separate into thin plates or layers; to divide into thin plates
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[1] To build up or construct out of a number of thin sheets which are bonded together The magnetocoil has a laminated core
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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
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{f} separate into layers; flatten into a thin sheet (of metal); make by bonding together thin layers; coat with a thin layer of plastic (or wood, etc.)
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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
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Material used to bond together two or more layers of paper, board, etc ; also a laminated product
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split (wood) into thin sheets
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Raw material for printed circuits consisting of a plastic sheet with copper foil tracks on one or both sides
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The process of applying a plastic film to a printed piece for protection or appearance
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A laminate is a tough material that is made by sticking together two or more layers of a particular substance. laminated material (laminate (17-21 centuries))
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cover with a thin sheet; "laminate the table"
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To form, as metal, into a thin plate, as by rolling
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A single layer of material used in multi-layered fiberglass construction
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Thin layers of wood or plastic veneer that are glued to an inner core
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When referring to wood, to build up or construct an item with two or more thinner pieces When referring to cabinet tops, etc , to glue Formica or other material to a backer When referring to veneer, applying the veneer strip to a backer
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layers of material bonded together for strength, thickness or decoration; also the material, such as Formica which is bonded to another material
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(verb) To cover with one or more thin layers; to make by building up in layers (noun) A thin layer or layers over a sub base of material The layers may be made up of any variety of materials, but in cabinetry is usually melamine, plastic laminate (either high pressure or low pressure), or foil applied by a thermal process
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press or beat (metals) into thin sheets
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Consisting of, or covered with, laminæ, or thin plates, scales, or layers, one over another; laminated
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To separate into laminæ
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Encases a single imaged sheet in a protective plastic material Often used for posters and flyers
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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
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a sheet of material made by bonding two or more sheets or layers
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A product made by bonding together two or more layers or laminae of material or materials
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press or beat (metals) into thin sheets create laminate by putting together several thin sheets of a material
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(1) the act of adhere a film to a surface by hand or mechanical means to form a single multi-layer sheet; (2) a web or sheet material formed by bonding materials together
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A thin layer or layers over a sub-base of material The layers may be made up of any variety of materials, but is usually melamine or plastic laminate (either high pressure or low pressure)
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(verb) to build up to desired shape or thickness (noun) a material composed of successive layers of material, usually bonded together under heat and pressure
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{s} made up of overlapping layers, layered, laminated
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To apply film to a surface by hand or by mechanical applicators A web or sheet material formed by bonding materials together
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The process of lamination applies a surface material over a core substrate The most common laminations are "High Pressure Plastic" material or wood veneer material applied over a particle board substrate core material or a plywood substrate core material
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create laminate by putting together several thin sheets of a material
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a sheet of material made by bonding two or more sheets or layers split (wood) into thin sheets cover with a thin sheet; "laminate the table" press or beat (metals) into thin sheets create laminate by putting together several thin sheets of a material
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(Verb ) To build up to a desired shape or thickness (Noun) A material composed of successive layers of material, usually bonded together under heat and pressure
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a sheet of material made by bonding two or more sheets or layers split (wood) into thin sheets cover with a thin sheet; "laminate the table"
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A product made by bonding together two or more layers of material
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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
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The product of bonding two or more layers of material or materials together
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