Jason Brownell walks you through the application and durability when working with Polyfuze Labeling on standard hot stamp equipment.
A Unique Machine and Heating Element That Allows Labeling of Round, Hollow, or Difficult Surfaces.
Polyfuze Fusion Technology Labels have recently partnered with BioCote® to be able to include its silver ion technology for Anti-Microbial properties.
Different from standard Adhesion Labeling where two different materials attempting to glue together, Polymer Fusion Labeling is at the molecular level creating one piece of fused inseparable olefin plastic.
The Toughest consecutive Tests for a Label on a LSE Plastic like Polyethylene/ Polypropylene. The test will include pressure washing, exposure to harsh chemicals, and multiple cross hatch tape test.
Polyfuze fusion technology vs other labels methods. See the difference in durability because the label is now part of the plastic vs just being stuck on by an adhesive.
Put simply, “it actually works”. Nothing wants to stick and we don’t either we fuse! We are a thin layer of plastic that we put it in contact with the plastic part and fused under 450 Degrees!
A 3D modeling video on different types of labeling methods construction material vs Polyfuze and why only Fusion Labeling Technology can only be the permanent Solution.
The Polyfuze label is the missing puzzle piece because it contains the same molecular structure as your plastic product. the Polyfuze label is made of a polymer based material, so they fuse into a single item.
Foil is a very cheap option up front. But look further if you have a high scrap rate? The cost starts to build with new resin, labor, regrinding, production yeild!?
Cost up front is usually the same… but Polyfuze doesn’t increase cycle time! It decreases by 6% which means higher production yeild ( Parts made)
Price can be similar between both! But if a heat transfer has a 10% scrap rate and Polyfuze next to 1% Scrap rate…. Heat Transfers will cost more overtime
How to setup a Fixture to your machine when applying Polyfuze Graphics to plastic durable goods.
How to mount dies to your machine when applying Polyfuze Graphics to plastic durable goods.
How to mount rolls of graphics onto the machine when applying Polyfuze Graphics to plastic durable goods.
How to adjust Photo eyes when applying Polyfuze Graphics to plastics durable goods.
How to setup control box settings when applying Polyfuze Graphics to plastic durable goods.
Video guide on how to proof Polyfuze Graphics artwork