Textile lamination is an operation by which a thin foil of metalized PES (foil) can be transferred onto the surface of a fabric, previously printed with appropriate adhesive resins, so that it can adhere to the textile material uniformly or distribute itself in a pattern. Processing requires a special machine capable of reaching high temperatures by which the foil is deposited on the fabric. The foils that can be used for this processing are available in different metalized, pastel, holographic effect, and multicolor colors.