The injection molding process requires the use of an injection molding machine, raw plastic material, and a mold. The plastic is melted in the injection molding machine and then injected into the mold, where it cools and solidifies into the final part.
Pad printing is an indirect offset printing, or “photogravure”, process that is used to transfer a 2-D image onto a 3-D object via a silicone pad (hence the name). A popular and effective alternative to hot stamping and screen printing, the pad printing process makes it possible to add single- or multi-color graphics, lettering, etc. to a wide range of substrates.
Cold sprayable metal technology is a metallizing process that seamlessly applies cold sprayable or puttyable metal to almost any surface. The mixture of the ingredients is cast or sprayed on the substrate at room temperature.
In the process known as hot foil stamping, foil stamping machines uses heat to transfer metallic foil to a plastic solid surface.
The water transfer printing process is also known as hydrographic printing is extensively used to decorate items that range from entire all-terrain vehicles and car dashboards, to small items like bike helmets or other automotive trim. Films can be applied to all types of substrates including plastic, fiberglass, wood, ceramics, and metal. For the most part, if the item can be dipped in water and can be painted using traditional techniques then the hydrographic printing process can be easily used for plastic injection molding parts. We have this particular service available at our Noida Sector 63 plant.
A polyurethane coating is a layer of polyurethane (a type of polymer) that is applied to a material's surface in order to protect it. A polyurethane coating can protect the base material from corrosion, weathering, abrasion and other processes that would degrade the material over time.
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