LCN1350: Lamination System with Merge Table

Controlled Open Time & Most Ergonomic Lamination Machine

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Product Overview

Flexible, Accurate Placement, & Ergonomics In One Lamination System

This lamination system provides a balanced use of automation and operator involvement at the build section. The machine handles glue application, lifting, and placement of the layers. Now operators simply need to make easy waist-height adjustments before sending it off to the tamp press. It is an ergonomically-friendly design with fast throughput.

See the flexibility of this lamination system!

Efficient Automation with C³ Lamination

The LCN1350 takes the best tools of automation and pairs them with the quick adjustments only an operator can do. It protects your builds from error and your operators from injury.
Every drop of glue should be used to adhere the layers of your build, not create a mess on your floor or on your products. C³’s lamination works towards efficient use of glue to save you money in consumables and in overall production efficiency and quality.

Example Lamination Build

For a queen hybrid mattress build.

Base Layer: 1 in foam plate
Rails: Rails applied to base layer using hot melt
Pocketed Coils: Hot melt applied to foam encasement, coils merged into foam encasement then hot melt is applied to coils.
Mid Layer: 1 in layer roll coated with water based adhesive
Top Layer: 1 in layer merged onto mattress as final layer

Using gap control, the rollers will meet the foam at the right height to ensure each layer reaches the necessary glue coat weight. This prevents too much or too little glue application.

How The Lamination System Works

Hot Melt Application

C³ comb tips apply hot melt evenly and with accurate glue placement.

Water Based Application

C³ application rollers apply glue efficiently at a perfect coat weight with automated gap control.


Product is placed within 1-inch of accuracy. Operators can man the build table to manually adjust layers if needed.


Merge table eliminates heavy lifting of coils into the foam encasement.


This unique design allows operators to make last-minute tweaks to the build without any lifting.

Tamp Press

The tamp press secures the glue’s bond and speeds cure time.


Product Specifications



  • Controlled open glue times
  • Machine can laminate and build product without operator intervention (product build dependent)
  • Ease of laying the coils with the merge table
Machine Footprint

Machine Footprint

Standard: 51.6 ft x 25.2 ft x 10.8 ft
Metric: 15.6 m x 7.6 m x 3.2 m



  • Ability to laminate with water based & hot melt glue on one mattress build
  • Ideal for complete or partial mattress builds
  • Rapid throughput for utmost efficiency
  • Accurate placement technology to aid in quality and throughput
  • Easily scale to full automation with addition of destacking, trim, or stacking
Glue Options

Glue Options

  • Water based adhesive
  • Hot-melt adhesive

Take Advantage of The Lamination Machine's Biggest Automation Benefits

Because of its efficiency, throughput on this lamination system is rapid-fire. Here's how manufacturers amp up their machine to take full advantage of its features.

Fast Throughput

Automating with the LCN1350 brings the fast machine throughput to your production.

Room For Adjustments

The build table on the lamination system allows for operators to make small adjustments to a build or introduce a pocket coil or special layers to the line, allowing for variability.

No Heavy Lifting

With the LCN1350's merge table, the machine places layers onto a laminate build so there's no lifting involved in production.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What kinds of products or materials can be laminated in this system?
  • Foam or latex layers
  • Pocketed coil layers
  • Convoluted or contoured layers
  • Scrim material and most nonwovens
How do operators work with this system?

Operators using the LCN1350 never lift at the build station, only perform small finger adjustments. The placement is within a 1-inch accuracy, so adjustments are minimal. This allows for improved ergonomics of your facility.