IMPORTANT: The laminator takes at least 20 minutes to warm up. Please contact the Circulation
desk in advance to request that it be turned on.
Pricing and Policies
Where is the laminator?
Our laminator is on the far wall of the Scholar Studio, across from the front doors
of Hunter Library.
How much does it cost to laminate a page?
$0.50 per linear foot.
What kinds of things can I laminate?
The laminator is designed for paper, and can laminate materials as thick as cardstock.
What's the biggest thing I can laminate?
You can laminate anything that you set your mind to, but our laminator has a maximum
width of 26".
How do I pay?
You can pay for the pages you laminated at the Circulation desk. We accept CatCash,
regular cash, and checks.
First things first
- Contact the Circulation deskto set up an appointment. We accept walk-ins, but you
will have to wait for at least 20 minutes until the laminator is warm.
- At the Circulation desk, tell them your name and appointment time, and someone will
come assist you.
How to Laminate:
- Press Start Button.
- Allow a couple of inches of film to feed through the machine.
- Place your document on the bed of the laminator, on the inside of the black slider
- Move your document forward until its edge presses against the top roll of film. The
machine will automatically pull your project through.
- Press Stop/Reverse Button after document has been fully laminated and cleared by at
least a couple of inches.
- On the back of the laminator (the long side with no buttons), use the blue hand held
cutter to glide/ cut film, pressing the edge against the bottom metal backing as a
guide. There will be extra film before and after the laminated piece.
- Look at the back of the unit (the long side with no buttons) to make sure the laminated
document does not curl around and feed back inside the machine. Very long documents
could jam the machine.
- Keep work within the range of the black slider bar to ensure that your entire project
- Leave space between multiple documents to prevent them from overlapping as they are
fed through the laminator.
- Make sure the project you want to laminate is no more than 26" on its short side.