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A Fully Automated Desktop Laminator

SKU: GBC-FOTON30120NA

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          GBC Foton 30 Automated Pouch-Free Laminator

          Desktop laminator features a fully automatic design that feeds, laminates and trims automatically to make lamination as simple as pressing a button. Just place your documents in the tray and turn it on. The laminator will automatically start once it's warmed up. Film cartridges are auto-threading for stress-free film-loading. Simply drop the cartridge in the machine and close the lid. Three different mode options let you laminate letter-size pages, oversize documents and odd shapes. Auto-feeder accepts up to 30 letter-size sheets. Automatic deskew straightens your pages to ensure they feed evenly. Laminator also includes automatic shutoff, millimeter thickness detection and more.


          • Fully automatic design gives you time to work on other tasks

          • Auto-threading cartridges ensure hassle-free installation

          • 3 mode options accommodate various page sizes

          • Auto-feeder holds 30 letter-size sheets to work through large projects

          • Automatic deskew allows pages to feed evenly for consistent results

          Product Type: Laminator
          Additional Warranty Information:

          2 years or 5000 cycles


          Brand Name: GBC
          Manufacturer: ACCO Brands Corporation
          Product Name: Foton 30 Automated Pouch-Free Laminator
          Product Line: Foton
          Manufacturer Part Number: FOTON30120NA
          Manufacturer Website Address: http://www.acco.com
          Packaged Quantity: 1
          Package Contents:
          • Foton 30 Automated Laminator
          • Starter Cartridge

          Limited Warranty: 5 Year

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