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Brushed Aluminum Brushed aluminum is a common background for nameplates and brand identification. This is a decorating process where a sheet of aluminum passes beneath a coarse brush head to create the linear finish. It can be applied selectively as well as at varying angles to create movement and ...
Putting it all Together The Nameplate Blog focuses on options in creating nameplates and labels.  I would like to challenge you to think beyond creating only a nameplate to using aluminum or plastic to create a decorative trim piece which integrates the nameplate into the design.
In-mold Decorating In-Mold or Insert-Mold Decoration (IMD) or Film Insert Molding (FIM) refers to the insertion of a printed graphic overlay into an injection mold.  The molding process encapsulates the film or overlay in  plastic.  It combines the advantages of decorative and functional graphics ...
In-mold Polycarbonate Overlay The Inter-Tel phone overlay is a fusion of injection molding and a screen printed overlay.  The molded display is decorated with all printing sealed between film and resin.  The large clear window demands optical clarity which manufacturing and quality control work ...

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