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The crystal clear lens on domed nameplates adds depth and dimension to your product identification. A unique twist on the process is to apply the dome selectively creating a dimensional focal point on the label. The process gives the illusion of a secondary piece assembled to the nameplate. Color and mechanical finishes are used to further emphasize the domed accent. Following is a brief summary of the options available to you in adding a selective dome.
The selective dome on the Constellation vision system nameplate is combined with a spin to add movement and depth.
The Cleveland golf medallion draws attention to the name with a lens. The background colors are printed to register to the selective application of the oval lens furthering the illusion of being two separate parts.
The Global Velocity plastic nameplate uses a selective dome to emphasize the logo. Selective doming is a versatile process which can be integrated into both metal and plastic substrates.
The doming process involves pouring liquid polyurethane over the label and curing it into a crystal clear lens. Typically the lens flows to the edge of the part. A dome applied selectively requires a dam to stop the lens.
How would you use this process on a nameplate or overlay? What type of product is a good application for a nameplate with a selective lens?
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