A laminate is a material or component in which several laminae (thin sheets) of different substances are bonded together with resins. Laminated plastics comprise layers of cloth, paper, plastic, etc., impregnated with synthetic resin, bonded together by heat and pressure. Laminated glass is used in auto and airplane windows and as bulletproof glass; and laminated woods for many purposes.
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