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coat with metal

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Stephen Maughan puts the increasing interest in holographic foils down to the technological advances which have been made both in etching and in metallising. These have provided converters with, not only an attractive material, but with a seriously attractive business proposition in the form of high quality, cost-effectively produced materials for specialist applications.
To discuss the importance of vacuum metallising for flexible holographic products;
Vacuum metallising has become a viable substitution technology, depositing thin "nanometer" metal coatings onto polymeric substrates.
A special thermal evaporation vacuum metallising process was developed for the production of the black coating to provide an overt bright black lustre onto plain or surface relief embossed films.
Limited Tenders are invited for Sand Blasting, Metallising And/Or Painting For Fabricated Steel Crash Barrier
The company, which was founded in 2002, was part of the Rasik Group, which included a new metallising division, VaccuPlast (India), and Rasik Polyflexil, which produced flexible packaging materials.
Idvac, the UK-based specialist vacuum metallising developer and consultancy, has developed a new innovative process to add extra features to the design of holograms.
Founded in 1966 and based in Amsterdam, Netherlands, AMP produces brand enhancement packaging substrate technologies, transfer metallising paper, board and filmic materials.
Its new equipment also included a Galileo metallising chamber and de-metallising capability developed under a technology transfer arrangement with Hologram Industries Today the Chinese yuan still features holographic magnetic window threads.
Idvac, the UK-based specialist vacuum metallising developer and consultancy, has developed a new innovative process that deposits two distinct colours of copper metalisation onto embossed and unembossed films.