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Old Jul 21, 2008, 11:15 AM
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Originally Posted by n-tropic
Interesting post Hang!

have you noticed that http://www.laminatorwarehouse.com/di_films.shtml#232 has a column for "film type" which has 3/2, 2/3 type figures. Maybe this also denotes the film / adhesive ratio.

Steve
That is a correct assumption. 3/2 is the lamininate to glue ratio. The first # is the laminate thickness the second # is the adheasive thickness. More adhesive doesn't necessarily stick better. The 3/2 is stiffer and more rigid than the 2/3.

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