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Lamination is a technique that allows joining of two or more materials, creating a unified and durable structure. We use various lamination techniques to combine different material pairs to achieve the optimal end result.
Choosing the right lamination technique
ensures the best outcome
Different material types require different lamination techniques. Density, porosity, and chemical properties affect how materials can be laminated together. Additionally, the intended end-use conditions of the laminated part greatly influence the choice of lamination method. Temperature conditions, vibration levels, and other environmental factors may require different lamination approaches. We also offer solutions for joining challenging materials, such as rubber lamination. We engage in ongoing development and research of our manufacturing methods, testing various lamination techniques and materials. We also update our equipment as needed. Our modern manufacturing methods ensure the best lamination adhesion under different conditions and with various materials. Customizing the product according to the intended use is part of our service, and our knowledgeable engineers assist in selecting the most appropriate and environmentally friendly lamination technique.
Lamination allows for layering materials into a “sandwich structure.” Materials are joined layer by layer to achieve the desired structure and properties.
Combining Different Materials
Lamination enables the joining of two or more different materials into a unified piece or component. Proper lamination technique ensures the durability of the joints.
Lamination can involve the use of environmentally friendly bioadhesives or methods that reduce environmental impact and support sustainable development.
We use versatile lamination technologies and continuously improve our laminator skills.
Hot Air Lamination
A convenient and environmentally friendly method for bonding material layers, where hot air is blown between the materials, causing them to fuse together. Lamination occurs through heat without the need for additional adhesives.
This method allows multiple pre-cut layers to be welded together. Lamination is achieved by heating the material’s surface against a hot plate and then joining it to another material. Lamination takes place without the need for additional adhesives.
Powder Adhesive Lamination
In powder lamination, powder is applied to the material’s surface, then it is heated, and the surface material is added.
Wet Adhesive Lamination
Wet adhesive is often used for laminating more porous materials. Strong adhesive is applied to one material’s surface using a laminating machine. The second ply is put onto the adhesive and left to dry.
Spray Adhesive Lamination
Spray adhesive is one of the methods used in wet adhesive lamination and is applied manually. Contact adhesive is sprayed between the materials to be joined.
Calendar lamination uses materials such as fabric adhesives and adhesive films to join materials. Heat is used to melt the fabric adhesive between two materials, binding them together.
Tape Bonding (PSA)
Our selection includes various installation tapes, which can be chosen based on the material and the installation surface. We also offer removable and reusable installation tapes, suitable for applications like transport packaging.
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Are you looking for a reliable and skilled processor of cellular foam? At NMC Cellfoam, we have extensive experience in the processing of cellular foam and gladly offer our expertise to support your product manufacturing. We can process cellular foam for various purposes and shape it into complex and precise geometric forms. Utilizing modern equipment and tools, we ensure the high quality and precise finishing of our products. Our designers are available to assist in choosing the right material and processing methods if needed. Together, we can create high-quality and durable products that meet your needs and requirements. Explore our manufacturing methods and feel free to contact us!
We use various lamination technologies to bond different material layers together.
Three-dimensional machining and milling are also suitable for processing cellular foams.
Punching, or dry cutting, is a cost-effective solution for large production batches.
WATER JET CUTTING
Waterjet cutting is a fast and flexible method to produce both prototypes and production batches with precision.
THERMOFORMING AND VACUUM FORMING
We thermoform and vacuum mold three-dimensional products for challenging applications.
SPLITTING AND SAWING
Slitting machines play a central role in our production.