PRECISION MARKING COLOR GRAPHICS
LASER MARKING – Laser marking is an ideal choice for such diverse products as surgical plates, screws, and nails, automotive castings, delicate instrument bases and precision instrument dials. Permanence, fine detail and a perfectly smooth finish are the result. Computerized control allows us to reproduce the finest details of a complex corporate logo or the most diminutive lettering or numbers.
Titanium anodized reinforcing pins and bolts are used by surgeons to add strength and support to broken and shattered bones.
Serialization of part numbers is easily achieved with laser marking. It is cost-effective while offering high quality and fast turnaround.
STANDARD DEEP IMAGE PROCESSING – A multistep process to produce products with a one or two color company logo, lettering or other design which penetrates and is protected by the anodized coating. A final sealing step locks the dyes into the pores of the coating, reducing the chance of staining or fading. This unique imaging process creates high quality graphics that are extremely attractive, long wearing and fade resistant over the life of the product. Since the graphics are embedded in the coating, they are not subject to chipping or peeling.
ENGRAVING – Recessed lettering and logos in metal or plastics can be easily routed, either by manual or computer controlled equipment, into flat or odd shaped surfaces creating virtually wear-proof identification. Lettering may be filled with a contrasting color.
SCREEN PRINTING – Any number of colors may be printed on almost any surface for such applications as corporate image enhancement, product identification, or front panel labeling of electronic or consumer products.
Computerized and manual engraving techniques are utilized to add identification to such products as control panels, knobs, aircraft steering wheels and other unusually shaped objects.
Epoxy Ink Marking – By applying colored inks onto areas sucha s grooves / slots, color coding can be achieved on products such as medical device instrumentation.
PAD PRINTING – The pad printing process is an alternative to screen printing, particularly for small three dimensional objects such as dials, knobs, latches, buttons, and golf balls. Pad printing can print both line art and halftoned images on plastics, metals, and painted surfaces with multiple contours.
STENCILING – Precise stenciling of numbers, names, or graphics on almost any surface. Often used for identifying part numbers after chemical film coating or painting.
State-of-the-art handlebar extensions take on added value when permanent product identification becomes an integral part of the finished piece. Dual texturing, both polishing and blasting, were used prior to anodizing and deep imaging, creating this beautiful yet functional item.