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Lexan Labels

Lexan(TM) is manufactured from polycarbonate and is a strong and durable material. It is available in 175, 250 and 375 micron thickness; in a velvet finish as well as fully transparent. It is used in the industry for facial panels for industrial equipment, control systems, military equipment, keypads and numerous other applications. Due to the excellent properties of Lexan, it can withstand extreme temperatures, without deforming. A layer of adhesive is applied to the printed panel. Cut outs and special outlines can be done by laser cutting.
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Keypads

We manufacture keypad overlays where surface mounted switches are used. This is a more cost effective product than integrated keypads.
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Vinyl Stickers

Self adhesive vinyl is cost effective, available in different colours and can be used for many applications, for example marking of equipment, serial numbers, warning stickers, bumper stickers, etc.
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Metal

Screen printing can be done on  powder coated surfaces, wet spray surfaces, surface treated metals and cromadek.
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Steel/plastic Enclosures

Screen printing can be done on various enclosures such as Rose boxes, metal enclosures, plastic boxes  and shaped metal panels.
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Tamper Proof Labels

Tamper proof labels are used for warranty purposes and are printed on "destructive vinyl". The sticker can not be removed without breaking up completely.
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Laser engraved labels

Laser engraving can be done on DuraBlack aluminium, as well as Rowmark plastic labels.
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Laser Cutting

Any cut outs and special outlines can be done by laser cutting.
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Tags

Tags printed on ABS plastic or styrene, cut to desired shape. Perforation can also be done.
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ABS Signs

ABS is a cost effective plastic sheet and is used for signage, both indoors and outdoors. Available in various thickness and colours.
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