Sheet to roll

This type of lamination process is about converting materials from sheets into rolls.

Materials that are often suitable for this type of process are mostly flexible, such as:

  • rubber
  • foam

In some cases it occurs that this type of material is not being laminated at all but is only being winded. If desired, we can cut the sheet material to preset length before winding.

In some cases the sheet to roll process is used after calendaring. Calendaring is a technique whereby a series of hard pressure rollers is used to finish or smoothen material into a sheet. After laminating and processing the material, it can be winded to a roll.


The advantage of a sheet to roll process is that the material can easily be transported. In some cases, a roll itself is the finished product.



The Crest TS laminator is a high quality lamination machine using heat and high pressure. The machine is very suitable to apply a protective laminate on top of UV printed substrates for example. The TS’s special characteristics avoid silvering effects when applying pressure sensitive laminates on rough surfaces and UV printed material.

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The Crest ES 1600 is a multi-functional machine for high-quality laminations, panel mounting of images and encapsulation of prints. The machine is available in a 2 and 4 laminating roller version. The Crest machine is suitable for pressure and heat-sensitive lamination and encapsulation processes. It is able to process various types of lamination and encapsulation supplies.

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Coreless Winder

The Crest Coreless Winder is developed to wind materials like carpets and underlayment without cores. Finished coreless rolls, can be cut to the desired length according to input recipes and can be packed into a bag semi-automatically.

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