Reddit reviews: The best office laminating supplies

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u/ahorribleidea · 5 pointsr/reloading

I would recommend upgrading to a nice digital scale, it will make things easier.

Maybe get a few of these if you haven't yet thought about how you're going to store your loaded ammo.

I have that same tumbler, works great. I would also suggest a separator for afterwords. Some brass polish is nice too.

I think that kit comes with a hand trimmer, but I would recommend a larger one, your hands will thank you.

I went with a Lyman kit for my starter set, and while it's a lot more expensive than yours, I've been very pleased with it.

When you start doing 223 you'll also want a case length trimmer. This one works pretty well for me.

u/skittles_rainbows · 1 pointr/Teachers

I teach mod/severe in CA. I would wait to see the population you're working with. There are some things you will need. Like velcro squares, velcro rolls, titanium scissors to cut velcro, laminator, 5 mil sheets, 3 mil sheets, rotary trimmer, and optional but I would highly suggest it, a color laser printer The printer can take all manner of recycled cartridges and its nice to have to create picture cards at home. I would also suggest getting a subscription to Lessonpix when you start teaching in order to create all the picture cards you need.

Buy smart and write your name on everything. Take things with you as you go from job to job, if you do so. You paid for it, you take it.

Buy cheaply. Try Oriental Trading Post, stuff straight from China on Ebay, Reallygoodstuff.com, Dollar Tree, 99 Cent store, etc. Look at end of holiday sales. Look at ways to make what you can or adapt items. Don't buy everything and anything.

u/silvernutter · 2 pointsr/snes

I started making new labels for my collection a few weeks ago, and it is a bit of a pain. If you're not interested in spending a lot of time and money getting labels perfect, I recommend going to retrogamecases and paying the $5/label there. If you're still interested, here is my process:

There are no good sources for high quality label scans that I know of, so I generally make them myself in photoshop using a heavily modified version of this template. The same guy has a European style template as well, but I cannot vouch for its accuracy. Fortunately there is a good source for cover art, which is the cover project. Generally you can make a decently accurate label using the cover art here. Sometimes you need to fudge around with photoshop to remove logos or other stuff that is sometimes on the cover.

For printing, I use an inkjet printer with high quality glossy sticker paper that I then laminate and cut with a scrap-booking cutting machine. After it is cut I can remove the adhesive backing along with the back layer of laminate, and it looks very close to a real SNES label. This particular sticker paper is very unforgiving, so make sure your sticker is even before touching the cartridge!

If there is anything you would like more detailed information about, let me know and I would be glad to help.

u/Squ4d13 · 3 pointsr/boardgames

I ran into a similar situation with the player boards for Eclipse and again for Zombicide. In the end, I did purchased my own Thermal Laminator and some extra Thermal Laminating Pouches for this specific purpose. Keep in mind, that the player boards for Eclipse did require the larger A3 Thermal Laminating Pouches though. I am pleased with the results, and I can assure that it has already saved my collection from bent edges and scratches. This was also a nice addition to my own custom player boards that I printed off for Zombicide as well.

u/bgoines · 3 pointsr/tabletopgamedesign

You can use clear laminating card sheets in a laminator without anything in them. That will create a thick, clear plastic card. You can add stickers or write on it.

You can also write inside the laminate sheet with a marker before you laminate it solid.


These are 2.3"x3.7". Almost regular playing card size.

u/ScarletJBun · 1 pointr/sticker

Hey thanks for replying! So I’ve tried about 3 vinyl paper in which all three harbor the same results, “Cricut Vinyl Paper”, PPD Inkjet Glossy Creative Vinyl Stickers , and Neato Blank White Full Sheet Printable Labels .
I’ve tried 2 laminates, XFasten and StyleTech

All can be found on amazon

u/CrimsonKing1990 · 1 pointr/dndnext

These ones. I'm pretty sure I let the wet-erase dry more than long enough over the permanent ink, but it doesn't come off unless I pretty much scrape it off with my nail.

u/blinnlambert · 3 pointsr/stencils

Best bang for your buck is to just buy a roll of Duralar. That way you won't be confined to a letter-sized stencil and it's cheaper than buying by the sheet. I would also recommend getting a stencil cutter. It won't be as precise as an xacto because it basically melts the plastic and your line will be slightly wider than a normal cut, but it speeds up your cutting time tremendously and you don't have to change blades on it.
Check your local hobby/craft shops for these. You can sometimes find duralar rolls for cheaper than amazon.

u/Toni_Chu · 3 pointsr/boardgames

Yes, as a teacher I have several!

I used this. Works out at a about 4p a card (for the laminate only).

u/phareth · 2 pointsr/reloading

I would think you want a turret for each caliber you are going to reload.

I could be wrong though, I'm not familiar with this press.
You also need a scale. This is what I use:
Digital Scale

You also need some sort of media separator
Less Cheap:
Enclosed Separator
These are just examples, you should shop around for the best price.

u/nvegt12 · 3 pointsr/DnD

They're just normal whiteboard markers, however, we covered the mat with laminating plastic (similar to this) because they didn't wipe off of the mat very well

u/justinsayin · 2 pointsr/Homebrewing

Or use the thermal laminating pouches with your clothes iron. They turn out very rigid and nice.

u/Dthdlr · 2 pointsr/CCW

You’d be surprised how handy a laminator comes in and they’re cheap.


And this.


Just over $30 and you can laminate whatever you want.

Or just take it to an office stor and have them laminate for a couple of bucks.

u/BigBazookaTooth · 2 pointsr/DIY

I really like this idea. I'm not sure how the tape looks as the laminate coating, but these sheets might be able to make it look a bit more uniform on the inside. Maybe you can take the tape up and replace it with these if you want to bend your budget slightly.

u/JClocale · 2 pointsr/NoStupidQuestions

You can make them yourself. What you do is print a document, business card, etc. using a laser printer, which works by fusing toner to the paper. Then you cut out the foil and tape it over the text you want to gild, and print a "blank" sheet, so that the paper travels through the printer again. The heat from the fuser will cause the foil to bond with the toner already on the paper and you'll have gold lettering. I used to do this on things like certificates and the titles on school reports.

You can buy a large roll of gold foil on Amazon for example.

u/morerelentless · 2 pointsr/nursing

You can also either have your custom titration guidelines product professionally laminated at staples or use self-sealing laminating paper from amazon https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0013C7V24/ref=psdc_300341_t2_B01LZUEX07

u/ConfederacyOfGaia · 1 pointr/DMAcademy

I don't. I've had luck with these and my laminator, though.

u/Cab000se · 3 pointsr/Bitcoin

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