Laminating consists of combining materials with polyurethane foam of the required width with flame.

Laminates are formed by flame melting of appropriate foam and simultaneously pressing to it the material which you want to combine with it during this process.

This way, you can obtain products that are combined on one or two sides, and the foam used in this process serves as a softening agent for the output.

Most laminated materials can be then coated with self-adhesive or thermal adhesive glue.