In the digital graphics industry, a great deal of attention is paid to output devices. It isn’t difficult to understand why. Wide-format inkjet devices, whether fast or slow, flatbed or roll-to-roll, play an important role in the creation of graphic prints. But it’s important to remember that most prints must be finished in some way before they can be delivered to the customer as a sellable final product. One of the most common and perhaps underappreciated finishing steps is lamination.