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Laminated

Any construction built up out of thin sheets or plates which are fastened together with glue, cement, or other similar adhesive.
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Despite an ongoing shift in production of many laminated engineered wood products toward China, India, and other developing areas, demand for laminates in Western Europe is still significant, as the region maintains large RTA furniture and laminate flooring industries.
In adding this state-of the-art machine to our equipment line-up, Lumiglass increases its laminated glass capacity by almost 100 per cent at a stroke," said Sultan Al Zarif, general manager of Lumiglass Industries, one of the largest manufacturers of laminated safety glass in the Middle East.
But as Esposito notes, while most vehicle manufacturers use laminated glass only for the windshield (which is a safety requirement), an increasing number of builders--European marques, in particular (e.
Long used in automotive power train applications such as valve covers, laminated steels are showing up in more places in today's cars.
Actually, the laminated gunstock is here to stay and there is no question the STRATABOND stock, as produced by Rutland Plywood, is without peer.
We're raising the bar on quality for our laminated sheets," declares plant manager Bill Cohn.
The tube is enclosed and protected by a 45 degree pitched roof connected to the laminated timber inner layer by a spindly space frame, which helps to stiffen and stabilize the structure.
Both sheets - adhesive and cover - are laminated here and edge-guided.
Continuous roll laminating is a more flexible laminating system and there is no limit to the length of the piece to be laminated," said Lee Mullen, national sales manager for Therm O Web.
However, Kennedy says his company has in-mold laminated parts up to 7 in.
It produces full-color, dual-sided laminated plastic cards in as little as 30 seconds per card.
Laminating Corporation was founded in 1961 as a primary source for laminated materials.