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Aluminum In-mold Process for Nameplates and Badges The process of bonding plastic resin with a metal substrate is referred to as aluminum in-mold decorating. It is a premium option used to ensure dent resistance and durability. There is significant investment required for tooling operations ...
A common question when working with plastic overlays centers on options for backlit graphics. Many times the overlay is a gauge or instrument panel overlay which provide cautionary, indicator or information alerts to communicate with the user of the device. Perhaps a low fuel alert is needed to ...
Tight Timeline Any product launch involves a timeline.  You need product to be ready and available for trade shows, photo shoots for marketing promotions and ultimately to fill your vendor orders. Custom tooling can add significant time to the launch process.  What if you don't have the time to ...
A backlit logo that appears to be integrated into the product is a really clean and cool look. But what if your product doesn't allow for actual backlighting, or it's not in the budget.
Metal Engine Start Button This real aluminum button features backlit graphics.  The background of the button is spun to emphasize the authentic metal surface catching natural highlights and shadows.  Engine start stop graphics are pierced in the aluminum using the Singular ID process to hold the ...
Mixed Material: Faceplates, Gauges, Clusters and Dials Backlit aluminum dials are in demand for the aesthetic qualities and functionality they bring to gauge design.  Backlit gauges and dials are manufactured using a combination of a decorated aluminum overlay and a polycarbonate backer with ...

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