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Fusion Labeling Technology Webinar for Automotive Plastics

Ever tried sticking a label to a Teflon Pan? It only frustrates and fails every time. That’s exactly what OEM’s, Tier 1 Suppliers, and Automotive brands experience when labeling polyethylene, polypropylene, TPV, TPO, and TPE components.

Adhesives and bonding technologies used throughout the industry are incompatible with the nature of LSE polyolefin plastics which means they’re prevented from permanently adhering or bonding for the 15+ year minimum life requirement of automotive applications.

Like Teflon™, these plastics are simultaneously & continuously opposing bonding & adhesion from these labeling methods leading to label failures that create problems.

Disruptive Fusion Labeling Technology from Polyfuze™ overcomes the nature of Polyolefin Plastic variations, providing the only labeling solution guaranteed for life without use of Adhesives, Substrates, Inks or Coatings.


Not only does 100% compatible Fusion Technology solve the compatibility problem with LSE polyolefin plastics, they also reduce scrap, cycle time, and secondary process issues.

Fusion Labeling Technology Webinar for Automotive PlasticsThis webinar will be hosted by Jason Brownell. The Director of Engineering at Polyfuze, Jason has been specializing in the world’s only Fusion Labeling Technology solutions for Olefin based plastics for over 25 years. As a Six Sigma Green Belt Certified practitioner, Jason strives to develop lasting partnerships that exceed strategic goals by providing truel labeling solutions for troublesome polyolefin plastic automotive components.

If you’re an Automotive manufacturer, Tier 1 Supplier, OEM, molder or decorator for automotive plastics, sign up for our upcoming Polyfuze™ Automotive plastics labeling webinar on August 5th, 2020 at 11 am to 12 pm Arizona/MST.

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