Create nameplate with finely detailed individual grpahics using presusre sensitive adhesive for final assembly
Typically the Singular ID process, which creates individual metal graphics, uses a heat activated adhesive for finely detailed graphics. The trademark symbol for the Alcon logo is an example of a small scale graphic, measuring only .050" in diameter. The challenge for this nameplate was assembly to the final product didn't allow for a heat activated adhesive. Applying the aluminum graphic to a decorated polycarbonate carrier meant fine metal graphics could be included while using a pressure sensitive adhesive for final assembly. The polycarbonate background was printed to match the medical product. A pressure sensitive adhesive was laminated to the back for easy assembly.