Presented by DOMO Engineering Plastics
Recorded on November 17th, 2021
Marking manufactured goods with codes and designs has become a standard feature of modern production processes. Compared to traditional methods such as ink, sublimation and screen printing, laser-marking of plastics provides many benefits:
- Excellent image quality without surface contact
- Improved quality of details
- Increased design flexibility
Laser marking is very common in the electrical and electronic segment, where customers need solutions that are laser-markable with multiple techniques. Multi-colored marking requires deep formulation expertise, as the final solution generally consists of a sophisticated mix of pigments and additives.
At DOMO, we are equipped with different laser marking systems for testing our formulations. This allows us to develop materials that precisely fit our customers’ needs.
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