Textile laminating

Textile laminating for various industrial sectors.

Textile lamination process

Textile lamination is an industrial process, also known as laminating, which involves joining two materials using a glue base. This technique makes it possible to combine the mechanical characteristics and properties of materials of different natures, offering tailor-made solutions to meet customers’ specific technical requirements. In textile laminating, different materials can be combined, including textiles, plastics and siliconized papers.

Advantages of textile lamination

Textile lamination offers a host of advantages, thanks in particular to the combination of different materials to create unique substrates with specific properties. Here are the main benefits of this technique:

  • Versatility: By combining textiles with other materials such as plastic films, we can obtain substrates that are both flexible and resistant, suitable for a variety of applications.
  • Increased strength: Laminating strengthens textiles, increasing their durability and resistance to wear and tear.
  • Adaptable to needs: Thanks to the variety of textiles and materials available, it’s possible to create customized brackets to meet the specific requirements of each project.
  • Enhanced aesthetics: Laminating enables special patterns, textures or finishes to be added to textiles, offering additional aesthetic possibilities.
  • Weight reduction: In certain applications, textile lamination can replace heavier materials while retaining the same properties, thus reducing the overall weight of the finished product.
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Materials compatible with textile lamination

Textiles can be used to add specific characteristics to finished products, such as softness to the touch or moisture absorption. Plastics, meanwhile, provide extra strength and protection against external elements. Silicone-coated papers are ideal for applications requiring non-stick properties. By combining these materials, we design products tailored to the needs of each individual customer.

Stand customization

Textile lamination offers extensive customization of the substrate. Thanks to this process, our customers can choose the visual aspect of their products. What’s more, the texture of the substrate can also be adjusted to suit preferences and needs. A textured backing can provide a luxurious feel, while a smooth backing may be more suited to specific applications.

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Textile laminating applications

Textile lamination has many applications in different sectors. The substrates created are ideal for high-end applications such as luxury packaging. The thick, rigid substrates produced by this process are ideal for industrial products in the automotive sector. Soft, tough substrates are used for sporting goods, seat covers and other products requiring a combination of flexibility and durability.


Consulting, research and manufacturing

Our innovative approach allows us to accompany you as a true partner, from the project idea to the industrialization of the finished product.


Our large experience in the world of textiles and plastics processes enables us to advise and guide you in your choice of products. If you encounter technical problems with one of your textile or plastic products, we are here to find solutions. Tell us about your projects so that we can help you solve your problems. We are no longer just your supplier, we become your partner!

R & D

Basic and experimental research is in the company's DNA. We are always on the lookout for new technologies from our suppliers and partners, so that we can offer you the most innovative solutions on the market. Our 2 laboratories allow us to carry out all kinds of research, development and tests quickly in order to develop and perfect new manufacturing processes and new materials.


We are able to design products from existing models or we can create a new product based on your specifications or a jointly developed specification. We study the constraints linked to the realization of your product, and we propose the most economical solution that meets your needs. If we can integrate a large part of eco-responsibility from the design stage, we will do so with passion.

FAQ | Textile laminating

Textile lamination is used in many fields and industries. It is commonly used in furniture construction to reinforce panels and surfaces, in the automotive industry to manufacture interior panels and structural components, in the packaging industry to create rigid boxes, as well as in the manufacture of display panels, doors, windows, and much more.

The lamination process can vary according to the materials used. In general, it involves the application of a layer of glue or adhesive to a surface, followed by the positioning and assembly of the materials to be bonded. Pressure is then often applied to ensure optimum adhesion. Methods such as hot-pressing, lamination or the use of presses can be used to achieve a strong bond.

In general, laminating is not reversible, as it involves permanent adhesion of the materials. However, some specific techniques may make it possible to remove bonded materials, but this can be a complex and risky process.

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