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Laminating Capabilities

Converting Laminating Services

Advantage Converting offers customized laminating solutions for all your production needs. Our team is committed to finding the most practical, cost-effective converting processes regardless of your project’s complexity. We can also design and build laminating solutions exclusive to your application to maximize production speed and quality while ensuring long-term cost savings. 

In addition, our clean room laminating environment allows us to handle your most sensitive converting requirements, including medical applications and other specialized materials. Our Bay Area manufacturing facility contains several ISO-certified clean rooms to ensure optimal production. 

Laminating Services for the Medical Industry and Other General Applications

Whether adding adhesive to a substrate, introducing a liner to a pressure-sensitive product, or making a multi-laminated package, Advantage Converting’s unsurpassed laminating capabilities and skilled engineers can meet your laminating requirements every time. We serve various applications across a broad industry range, from industrial and medical to electronics and aerospace.

Several examples of our laminating services include:

  • Multilayer, pressure-sensitive laminating solutions: Our multilayer capabilities can handle pressure-sensitive or individual bonding applications with substrate widths up to 76 inches.
  • Roll-to-roll laminating: We offer a wide range of proprietary roll-to-roll lamination methods. These innovative processes ensure lamination quality, strength, and consistency to dimensional specifications.
  • Thermal laminating: We offer proprietary lamination methods using a thermal bond ensuring superior bond strength while eliminating the need for traditional pressure-sensitive adhesives.
  • High-sensitivity solutions: We can laminate delicate materials for 3D screen development, photonics and other sensitive applications. 

Laminating Materials

Advantage Converting partners with many of the market’s top material suppliers to source high-quality, cost-effective materials for your laminating needs. Our 3M Preferred Converter status provides us with specialized knowledge of some of the industry’s most innovative solutions. We can also work with most customer-supplied materials, depending on the specific laminating application.

Several types of materials we convert include:

Why Choose Advantage Converting?

What sets us apart from similar converting companies is that we can handle all your production requirements. Rather than using multiple vendors for different project phases, we can complete your converting project from beginning to end. Our engineers pride themselves on spending as much time as needed to find the most productive solution for your demands, whether using a specialized material or building a one-of-a-kind laminating solution.

At Advantage Converting, we believe in superior customer service and honest communication. We aim to give each client the individualized attention they deserve, regardless of the project type or size. Because we understand the importance of your company’s privacy, we go the extra mile to protect your most sensitive product information.


Q: What is multi-layer laminating?

Multi-layer laminating is the process of bonding multiple layers of material together. This manufacturing process is used to improve the strength, stability, insulation, appearance, or other properties of the composite material.

Advantage Converting uses a variety of advanced laminating equipment and techniques that allows us to meet a wide range of specifications for size, shape, application, and volume needs. We can provide laminated parts in individual or multi-layer sheet form, or in rolls up to 76” wide.

Q: What materials can be laminated?

A variety of materials can be laminated. These materials include papers, films, foils, foams, adhesives, and nonwoven materials.

Advantage Converting can source the materials required for lamination through our extensive network of partners or laminate materials provided by the customer.

Q: When do I need multi-layer lamination?

Multi-layer lamination is used when a single layer of material lacks the physical performance properties required for an application. For example, plastic layers may be added to a composite material to achieve abrasion resistance and/or improve rigidity. Advantage Converting utilizes advanced equipment and techniques to perform heat assisted lamination and cold roll lamination, allowing us to meet all your multilayer lamination needs. Our experts can work with you to determine when multilayer lamination is beneficial to your application and recommend the best materials to meet your requirements.

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