Infrared heat and UV technology optimizes In-Mold-Decoration (IMD) of plastics materials
The production of decorative plastic parts using the IMD process benefits from infrared heat and UV technology.
Decorative mouldings in cars, switches with a metal look or high-gloss fittings are made of injection-moulded plastic and coated on the outside. This is often done in the IMD process, the so-called in-mould decoration.
Infrared heat - emitters for targeted heat processing of plastics materials
Heat plays a central role in processing plastics, especially thermoplastics. It is used for
The use of infrared heat opens up many options for the direct transfer of heat into the manufacturing process.
UV curing for plastic decorating and coating
UV curable inks and coatings improve both appearance and performance of plastic products. Typically plastic parts are pretreated to improve adhesion of the UV ink or coating. UV decorating inks are printed and then UV cured.
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