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In-line vacuum metallizer

In-line vacuum metallizer

Vacuum metallizing is the process enabling us to apply metallic coatings to non-porous substrate such as plastic, glass or metal.
The process is carried out under high vacuum, which is based on Physical Vapor Deposition (PVD), a technique that in turn encompasses several different methods to deposit layers of material in the form of a vapor on a plastic...
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Plastic metallizing

Plastic metallizing

Contemporary manufacturing industries require metallic finishes for many plastic products.
Metallic coatings give plastic surfaces a spotless and mirrored appearance, which is very desirable for cosmetics as well as for mobile phones, car interiors, technologic devices, accessories, and many more.
Inline sputtering systems are the most cost-effective, convenient, and environmentally...
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In-line metallizing

In-line metallizing

Inline integration of base coating, metalizing and top coating solves the main and most critical problems of batch processing. Inline sputtering systems are gathering a growing popularity mainly due to low costs and cleanliness of the process.
This smart technology...
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In-line metallization

In-line metallization

In-line metallization devices significantly reduce the need for control by one or more human operator(s) while making the metallization process more efficient, and easier to control each and every phase.
Unlike the traditional manufacturing lines, where several machines must be operating simultaneously to perform each part of the process, inline systems reduce the need for...
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Vacuum coating

Vacuum coating

Vacuum coatings are layers of (generally metallic) material deposited atom-by-atom or molecule-by-molecule on a solid, non-porous surface.
As these processes are operated well below the atmospheric pressure, we speak of vacuum coating. The specific process based on the transition of a liquid or solid into vapor is called physical vapor deposition (PVD).Read More

Metallizing lines

Metallizing lines

The last word in vacuum metallizing technologies are computer controlled lines: designed for high speed coating operation, in-line vacuum metallizers allow a thorough control on polymer deposition, with no need for one or more human operator(s) to deliver loading and unloading procedures.
Metallizing lines significantly reduce the need for human control while making Read More

Vacuum metallizing

Vacuum metallizing

Vacuum metallizing systems include different methods to deposit layers of material atom-by-atom or molecule-by-molecule on a surface.
The process is called Physical Vapor Deposition (PVD) since it is based on a physical transformation: namely that of a coating metallic material from a solid to vapor state.
The vacuum metallizing itself consists in the bombardment of...
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Vacuum metallizer

Vacuum metallizer

Vacuum metallizers are fully automated machines used to apply metallic coating to plastic items, cosmetics and many other objects and components.
There is indeed a great need for accurate finishing in the manufacturing industry: plastic metallization and cosmetic varnishing do not simply make objects look shiny, by covering any possible imperfection, but...
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Vacuum sputtering

Vacuum sputtering

Metallized coatings serve both the aesthetic and mechanical purposes.

From the cosmetic point of view, a metallic coating endows plastic objects with increased brilliance and reflectivity. But the metallic layer also bestows abrasion resistance, electric conductivity and other properties which are not innate in plastic.
The expensive look of...
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Inline sputtering machine

Metallic coatings are applied both for aesthetic and mechanical purposes.

In fact, if on the one side a metal coating does embellish plastic objects with increased cosmetic properties of reflection and gloss, on the other it also gives plastic properties not innate in it such as electric conductivity and abrasion resistance.
The demand for metalized coatings...
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