For speed and power saving reasons it uses a low melt toner. It takes much less heat to melt it. There is no Oil though.
I would assume since the prints can't be borderless, that you are either cutting the page down and then laminating, or Lamination and then cutting the borders off. I think what you are getting is the lamination process is melting the toner, which makes it have absolutley nothing to fuse to since it is borderless.
This also can cause issues where if you print color covers on newer color devices to use on inserts on older devices not using low melt EA toner it can melt the toner if not inserted via a post fuser inserter.
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Have you tried different thickneses of lamination materials to see if the thickness might be a factor? You might also want to try adjusting the lamintor such as slowing it down and/or turning up the heat.
Also, can you test printing on a different printer, edge to edge, and see if the lamination adheres without peeling.
I hope this testing helps.
Hi guys, we have a Xerox Color C75 Press. What kind of considerations do we need to make when laminating paper printed with this printer with full coverage? All laminating machines that we´ve tested have the same problem, when you cut this paper, the plastic sheet peeled from the paper. Did you find any solution for this problem? Someone told me that the problem is with toner and the oil when the toner is heated.
hope you can help me.