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Saturn™ 95 Laminator

  • Designed for small office applications
  • 9-1/2” entry width accommodates multiple document sizes
  • Hot lamination for 3-mil or 5-mil pouches; ready in 5 minutes
  • HeatGuard™ Technology keeps heat inside so laminator is cool to touch
  • Release lever disengages pouch for re-centering or removal
  • Sturdy carrying handle plus stand-up feet with cord storage
  • Includes laminating starter kit

Specs

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Item Number5213201
UPC Code043859509515
Item H x W x D (inches)3.56 x 16.56 x 7.88
Qty Per Pack1
Laminating Speed (inches/minute)12
Mounting Board CapableNo
Photo CapableYes
Carrier RequiredNo
Cold LaminationNo
Temperature Settings2
UsageModerate
Number of Rollers2
Heat-up Time (minutes)5
Maximum Pouch Thickness (mil)Up to 5 mil
Throat Width (inches)9.5
Easy-Access SystemNone
Auto-Lam TechnologyNo
Warranty2 Yr
Model NumberSATURN A4/95
ColorGray
Material TypePlastic/Metal
Auto ShutoffNo
Jam Prevention FeaturesRelease
Hot Swap TechnologyNone
Safety FeaturesHeatGuard

Features

Heatguard

HeatGuard

Reduces the surface temperature of the laminator, ensuring it is safe to touch

Up to 5 mil

Up to 5 mil

Maximum Pouch Thickness


Product Manual

Saturn 401505 3L.pdf

Reviews

Saturn™ 95 Laminator 5 5 1 1
Fast And Easy To Use As my nickname implies, I don't use this for what most might use it for. I own and operate a small tech company and I use this laminator to make faceplates for prototype, and short run electronic enclosures (AI graphics laser printed on paper then laminated and trimmed to fit the panel so the controls make sense). I use it infrequently [and typically on the 5mil setting], but when I do, it heats up quickly, it does a fine job of laminating--never a bubble or blotch. The result is so clean the final product looks professional. It takes around a minute to run one 8.5x10 5-mil sheet. You can fold up the input feed tray to act as a dust guard when not in use. It also has a handle and a pair of cord wrap flanges that double as feet for standing it up on end for reduced footprint storage. So, you can flip the input guide up, wrap up the cord, and carry it with you, or stand it on the shelf on it's side where it will stand and take up minimal space. I often laminate several panels at once. To manage multiple pieces of paper I use Avery "Disappearing Color Glue Stick" [Acid Free/Photo Safe] to hold the sheets in place in the laminating pouch. Just a dab (or smear) of glue does it (approx 1" diameter). I use a rolling paper cutter (Quartet AccuSafe) to trim the individual faceplates, then I use an exacto knife to cut out the holes for the control shafts. The online PDF manual is a little strange. It's written in 3 languages and it's, basically, rendered from the printing template--in other words, it's laid out for printing, not for viewing as an online document. So, the section that is labeled English is not the only English section. There is one other that you have to search for (not hard to find, the document is fairly short). September 25, 2013
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