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Binding Laminator


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For custom laminations. Handy jig for laminating custom plastic bindings and matching existing bindings for replacement work.

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4200 Binding Laminator Yes
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Simply clamp the Binding Laminator in your vise, brush acetone between the binding strips, and pull them through the self-adjusting jig to instantly laminate the plastic. The jig holds all the pieces in place. It's an easy way to add extra beauty to your instruments.

Automatically adjust to any binding thickness!
Made of durable non-stick material, the Binding Laminator aligns and presses plastic binding strips together for an instant bond. Internal spring pressure holds any combination of binding thicknesses.

Instructions and two glue brushes are included.

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Binding Laminator
Binding Laminator
 
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3 3-05-2014
Binding laminator

This one didn't work all that well for me !

Denny Burns  Hoffman Estates Il. USA Read my reviews (6)
5 3-20-2013
Simple but effective

Works well on celluloid but a smaller brush is better for controlling acetone.

Fleer  Imperial, Mo. Read my reviews (29)
2 12-02-2012
It's okay. I probably need more practice

I used this to make a black, white, tortoise, binding for a mandolin. The plies wouldn't stay together when I tried to bend with heated water( they puckered up in the bends). Probably my fault but after thinking about it I should have glued each layer separately. You can do a good job on multiple binding without spending alot and this tool isn't something I'll use enough to warrant the purchase.

markgrant  tennessee Read my reviews (17)
5 10-10-2012
The Binding Laminator is a Great Tool!

I recently purchased the Stewart-MacDonald binding laminator to make some sound hole purflngs that had up to 7 laminations. After some practice. the work went very nicely. It also helps to have some type of applicator in addition to the brushes that come with the tool to apply acetone to the bindings as they slide through the slot in the binding laminator. All in all it's a very worthwhile investment!

GNM  Sacramento, California Read my reviews (4)
5 9-17-2012
Works Great, modified the jig.

There are two things that the Stew Mac set up that I changed to make it work a little better. First the out feed side of the jig had a PVC pipe to feed the binding into. This prevented easy access to the binding to pull it through laminator so I replaced this with a set of dowels that guide the binding but leave more room for grabbing the bindings than the PVC pipe did. Secondly I added two pins to the infeed side of the jig to keep the layers of binding separated so that it is easier to apply the acetone to glue the binding together.

Scott Miller  WI Read my reviews (3)
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5 8-27-2012
Binding laminator

Works just like it says on the tin. This little gizmo is a must for quick and clean laminating of ABS binding strips. Make sure the tool is firmly mounted to your bench and that the strips to be joined are pushed down as they pass through the the spring-loaded 'jaws'. A cheap pack of kiddie nylon paint brushes from the local $2 store worked better than the supplied glue brush for applying the acetone to small bindings. I made a pencil mark on the binding to indicate how far I had painted on the acetone - usually 3 or 4 inches at a time. Don't pull the binding through too fast and you will end up with a very satisfactory result.

Dr. Don  Melbourne, Australia Read my reviews (10)
5 3-20-2012
Wow!

I purchased and used the Binding Laminator for the first time creating six ply of .020 white/black Les Paul Custom binding plus thicker outer binding. I was a bit freaked out that I would just make a mess, but it was easy to get the hang of and made a tough job simple. You do need to get enough acetone on the binding to make sure it bonds well enough. Fingers crossed that the binding doesn't come apart when I am bending it around the guitar!

Ryan K  Calgary, Canada Read my reviews (7)
4 11-06-2011
It is necessary. But...

I used for the first time a laminator. And for the first time did 7-layer bindings. I have read a management and have started to glue. The first experience was bad as the brush very wide and absorbs acetone in a considerable quantity. The bindings first time have torn and deformed. I was upset very much and have bought new bindings. It was the superfluous expense of a material.

The following time I have bought a thin brush in shop. Thin bindings (.020" x. 075 ") are difficult for supervising at pasting. It is necessary to suffer! I recommend to buy at once new thin brushes, to supervise quantity of acetone and not to hasten! Otherwise you should spend your dollars for new bindings!

Armen Movsesian  Moscow, Russia Read my reviews (17)
4 8-13-2011
Could be a bit better

I got this to laminate the bindings around my Gibson LP headstock which involves small strips. I did like the result with wide bindings but the tiny ones were a nightmare to control. I ended up joining most of them with my fingers. Instead of supplying two rather large brushes one could have been smaller for narrow bindings as it applies too much of acetone distorting them. Also, I believe that variable spring tension would be a good idea.

Midnight Lord  Ottawa Read my reviews (18)
5 5-11-2011
trust me you need one

makes life so easy when laminating binding,will never go without again

goldguitarguy  Cold Lake,AB,CA Read my reviews (4)
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