2K injection moulding – The quantity of parts determines the choice of manual or proper double injection moulding. Soft, ergonomic grip surfaces are one of the most common applications of this method.
Tampon printing – Elegant process for decorating plastic parts; a lot of freedom in terms of choice of colour. Printing is performed in-line or as post-manufacturing processing.
Hot embossing – An alternative to tampon printing for decorating injection-moulded castings; best performed in-line. This method enables a decorative finish with high-sheen, metallic colours, for instance.
IML – In Mould Labelling – A decorative label is placed in the die with the aid of a robot; after injection moulding, the label is an integrated part of the final product.
Ultrasonic welding – Choice of thermoplastic, geometry and design of energy inverter are some of the factors that affect the welded end result. A correctly executed weld results in a join that is stronger than the surrounding material.