Polyfuze Graphics™ Now Available as a CMYK 4-Color Process
Clarkdale, AZ: As manufacturers of the only polymer based graphic which literally fuses with polyethylene (PE) and polypropylene (PP), Polyfuze Graphics™ Corporation has new innovations within their technology.
“Our R&D team has done it again” comments Jason Brownell, Vice President of Polyfuse Graphics. “For years, customers have been requesting a permanent custom graphic for PE/PP using the CMYK 4 color process, in order to achieve photographic type images. The Polyfuze graphic is comprised of pigmented plastic and is opaque, which makes it great for decorating, but a challenge for the CMYK process which uses translucent elements. Utilizing white Polyfuze materials as a backing, we were able to make the translucent colors pop.”
Initial orders for the Polyfuze graphic in CYMK are currently in production and the company expects more CMYK production in the months ahead for 2016, based on growing interest and recent customer responses.
The Polyfuze graphic is unique because it is composed of pigmented plastic, instead of traditional inks. Traditional ink methods degrade over time and fade under weathering and environmental elements. Traditional inks can also be removed with various fuels, solvents, and chemicals. Polyfuze Graphics™ can withstand all of these factors and is 100% permanent.
The Polyfuze graphic is applied using traditional hot stamp machinery and literally fuses or welds into a PE/PP plastic product, becoming a permanent part of the product itself. Because Polyfuze is polymer-based and is compatible with PE/PP plastic products, it is 100% recyclable.
The Polyfuze graphic can be manufactured to meet compliances such as FDA, ASTM, CPSIA, RoHS and REACH.
About The Company: Polyfuze Graphics™ Corporation is a sister company of Mold In Graphic Systems®, a respected global company that has been permanently branding the rotational mold industry for over 30 years. MIGS® formed Polyfuze Graphics™ Corporation in order to service the fast paced injection mold industry with an alternate and permanent decorating method that was easy to use with standard hot stamping equipment.
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