Scotch Thermal Laminator, 2 Roller System for a Professional Finish, Laminate up to 9" Wide (TL901)

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Scotch Thermal Laminator, 2 Roller System for a Professional Finish, Laminate up to 9" Wide (TL901)

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Discussion and Reviews on Reddit

Cardboard minis [R]

3 weeks, 1 day agoLeft_Scallion posted submission on dndnext.
Oct. 20, 2019

Hello everyone!

I want to upgrade our games a little by using minis, but at the same time don't want to overload my carry-on bag to much. A former friend of mine had a collection of minis made from cardboard with plastic clip-on bases, similar to the things in a lot of boardgames. Does anyone know where to get stuff like that? Stores would need to be in Austria, or at least ship to me with not too high of a shipping fee. I already tried amazon, but couldn't find anything (could be because I used wrong terms, I dunno.)

Sadly, I'm no longer on speaking terms with said friend, so asking him where he got them is out of the question.

3 weeks, 1 day agoLeft_Scallion posted comment on dndnext.
Oct. 20, 2019

Hey, so these aren't card board, but I use paper minis.

What I got to get started:

Small/Medium creature base: https://www.amazon.com/LITKO-Paper-Miniature-Bases-Circle/dp/B00RKMIDNC

Large/Huge creature base: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00RKGV8N0/

After that, simply get a laminator, which is super cheap: https://www.amazon.com/Scotch-Thermal-Laminator-Professional-Laminate/dp/B0010JEJPC/ Lamiation sheets are generally like $10 for a pack of 100. The lamiation helps them keep, gives them a bit more thickness and studyness.

Then I used GIMP and printed out whole sheets with images I found online, giving creatures numbers so I could track individuals in combat. Laminate them, then cut them out. I could generally get about 50 medium creatures per sheet.

I also got a tackle box from walmart and some tiny paperclips to hold the paper minis when not in use.

This works really well, and assuming you already have the printer/ink, you can basically have infinite paper minis for like... $50-$60

keeping those boot camp skills sharp [R]

3 years, 3 months agoRednys posted submission on Military.
Aug. 10, 2016
3 years, 3 months agoRednys posted on Military.
Aug. 10, 2016

Or we just use one of these magical devices.

Laminating Player Aids For A Reasonable Price? [R]

4 years agoLuke_Matthews posted submission on boardgames.
Nov. 3, 2015

I'd like to laminate player aids and certain other game boards (the dead of winter locations for example). At some point spending $30 to do so isn't worth it. Do I have any cheaper options?

4 years agoLuke_Matthews posted on boardgames.
Nov. 3, 2015

This is the laminator I have.

I laminate everything that's thin enough. Player boards in Castles of Burgundy, the cheat-sheet in Troyes, the boards in Kingsburg... Anything that is thinner than normal chipboard gets a plastic coat.

That laminator above works wonders. The pouches you can get for it will handle just about anything a normal board game will throw at you. The only thing, so far, that's been too big for it was the expanded player boards from Kingsburg: To Forge A Realm.

Whenever you get a laminator, grab this corner-punch. It's the best corner-punch I've ever used, and is absolutely essential for rounding off the pointy bits on laminated sheets.

What are your all time/must have "gaming luxuries"you love using? [R]

4 years, 4 months agoLuke_Matthews posted submission on boardgames.
June 26, 2015

There's different accessories, bits of plastic and now even smart phone programs out that that are meant to boost your game experience. I define gaming luxuries as extra items that do not come with the game box that you can purchases. For me its the following

  • Card Sleeves: I'm almost tempted to not list these items as they're becoming a necessity to extend your cards' life and protect them. Even on the cheap side they're of great use.

  • Dice Arena: I never leave home without it. The arena is great as its easy to pass around and roll dice on handed without the need to grab a box lid or pick dice off the floor. I scoffed at how expensive this was but now I see it as money well spent

  • Automated life counters and GM Apps: Any app that takes out all the fiddly calculations and number tracking in games. Sentinals of the Multiverse with the app is a breeze and other games like Xcom would have been a nightmare without such programs.

4 years, 4 months agoLuke_Matthews posted on boardgames.
June 26, 2015

We have our own laminator. You can get them super cheap on Amazon. This is the one we have.

It definitely helps with their flimsiness; that's actually the primary reason we did it.

If you get a laminator and start doing this, I'd suggest getting a corner cutter like this one.

This is what our laminated Lords of Waterdeep cards look like..

And here's a closeup of the corners.

Anyone have success in laminating projects? [R]

4 years, 9 months agoiliketoarmdance posted submission on CrossStitch.
Jan. 28, 2015

I made a bookmark sized piece for my cousin for Christmas and my mom had the thought to laminate it. Am I safe in buying laminating sheets from Amazon?

CONCLUSION: probably not a great idea. I'll figure something out for the project

4 years, 9 months agoiliketoarmdance posted on CrossStitch.
Jan. 28, 2015

I use one of these kinds of machines at work on the regular. It has trouble with the thickness of two sheets of paper, so I can't imagine a cross stitch would fare well.

Reminder: Keep your paper wallets dry if you use an inkjet printer. [R]

4 years, 11 months agoCab000se posted submission on Bitcoin.
Nov. 26, 2014
4 years, 11 months agoCab000se posted on Bitcoin.
Nov. 27, 2014

This is why you need a laminator! http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0010JEJPC/ref=s9simhgwp229d8i2?pfrdm=ATVPDKIKX0DER&pfrds=desktop-1&pfrdr=05ZW9JGJAMBA6PAREHJ6&pfrdt=36701&pfrdp=1970559082&pfrd_i=desktop

Finish recommendations for this end grain cutting board? [R]

5 years, 3 months agoAjcliff1 posted submission on woodworking.
July 23, 2014
5 years, 3 months agoAjcliff1 posted on woodworking.
July 23, 2014

Sleeving Your Cards [R]

5 years, 4 months agolink_dead posted submission on Warmachine.
July 7, 2014

I currently just use 9 card pages to hold both my lists as well as just holding my cards. I was considering picking up some kmc perfect fit so that I don't have to worry about damaging them when moving them from page to page. Have any of you used them? Do they fit?

TL:DR Do KMC Perfect fit sleeves fit warmachine cards?

5 years, 4 months agolink_dead posted on Warmachine.
July 7, 2014

I laminate mine

http://www.amazon.com/Scotch-Thermal-Laminator-Roller-TL901/dp/B0010JEJPC/ref=sr11?ie=UTF8&qid=1404758006&sr=8-1&keywords=3M+Scotch+Thermal+Laminator

I use government ID sized pouches. You can get 100 of them for 10 bucks or 500 of them 15 bucks.

up to 10 Btcs now [R]

5 years, 7 months agoCab000se posted submission on Bitcoin.
March 21, 2014

with the current price dropping, took advantage and now i'm to 10 BTC

5 years, 7 months agoCab000se posted on Bitcoin.
March 21, 2014

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0010JEJPC/ref=oxyaosproductrefresh_T1

Not as good of a deal anymore it looks like. But that is the one I got, works great!

Christmas gifts for SLP? [R]

5 years, 12 months ago[deleted] posted submission on slp.
Nov. 15, 2013

My girlfriend is just finishing grad school and will be starting her CFY in May. She wants to work in early childhood intervention. She is also very interested in autism.

Any suggestions? Books? Activities?

5 years, 12 months ago[deleted] posted on slp.
Nov. 15, 2013

I recommend a gift certificate to super duper or linguisystems. You never know until you are actually working what you will really need the most , but if a gift certificate is boring to you, you could always make a cart gift basket. If she's doing EI, she'll probably traveling.

http://www.superduperinc.com/products/view.aspx?pid=CART25&stid= is helpful if you are traveling. A nice big tote bag is great too, as an alternative.

I would think any newbie would appreciate it full of any of the following: crayons, NICE blue pens, hand sanitizer, bleach wipes (sometimes not allowed, but if you can't use it at work, you can at home), fake plastic food and dishes, toy animals, post it's, Steno note pads, and iTunes gift card if she has an iPad, a game like Connect Four that can be used as reinforcement, a little personal laminator (seriously, laminators break all the time when used by lots of staff... like this: http://www.amazon.com/Scotch-Thermal-Laminator-Roller-TL901/dp/B0010JEJPC/ref=sr11?ie=UTF8&qid=1384525654&sr=8-1&keywords=laminator is what I have) and plastic sleeves, flavored tongue depressors, a pen light (http://www.amazon.com/ADLITE-Disposable-Penlight-Pupil-Penlights/dp/B000QV02X8/ref=sr11?ie=UTF8&qid=1384525686&sr=8-1&keywords=pen+light), a nice mirror (hand held or a free standing one)....

Hope this helps. FYI, I work with pre-k through high school... but I still think most of these are generic enough that any SLP would like them. :)

Rookie Mistake [R]

6 years, 2 months agoAug. 15, 2013

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6 years, 2 months agoneedmorepolish posted on Teachers.
Aug. 15, 2013

I'm about to graduate but I bought my own about 2 years ago for a preschool I worked at and for some practicums. It has seriously paid for itself. I got mine on amazon and I get my sheets from there as well because they're so much cheaper than walmart or something. This is the laminator. I bought and these are the pouches I buy. It's a really simple but I've never had any problems or anything.

School Supplies [R]

6 years, 3 months agomahi-mahi posted submission on teaching.
July 28, 2013

I have just accepted my first teaching job as a 2nd grade teacher in Virginia and I was wondering what supplies or tools I can purchase, that will make my first year that much easier. I know the basic stuff...folders, crayons, pencils, erasers, stuff like that, but are there any other supplies that I need to supply that my students won't be? Their supplies list is basic stuff as well such as notebooks, paper, tissues, and hand sanitizer. I just was interested in hearing what other teachers wish they had bought that their students didn't supply or what they wish they had bought more of. Any help is great! Thank you!

6 years, 3 months agomahi-mahi posted on teaching.
July 28, 2013

Magnetic clips, binding clips and paper clips of different sizes, adhesive putty, post-its, post-it pagemarkers, calculator, a few rulers, pairs of scissors and glue sticks (kids often misplace theirs, always good tove a few extra to lend them) white-out roller, popsicle sticks (write the names of the kids on them, stick 'em in a cup on your desk, easy way to randomly pick kids).

You can also invest in a laminator / laminating pouches. (something like this ) Your school might have one for the staff to use, but in my experience it was always a pain to chase it down around the school. Plus, if it's your first year, you'll have a LOT of things to laminate which will then last you forever (alphabet, sounds, math stuff to hang around class, but also homemade card games, etc.). You can also write on laminated paper with erasable markers... :)

Edit : also if your class has a chalkboard instead of a whiteboard, a good chalk holder or two...

[Contest] Videogames rock! [R]

6 years, 4 months agoJuly 15, 2013

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6 years, 4 months ago[deleted] posted on Random_Acts_Of_Amazon.
July 15, 2013

Video games rock! I'm so happy about the steam sale. I think we're all going to be busy for awhile. :D

This takes a small amount of skill to use, but when I worked at Kinko's I had to use a much larger laminator. The largest thing I ever laminated was 12 feet long and five feet wide. THAT took a lot of skill. haha