• The IMD process mainly consists of the following parts:
    • ink and printing technology.
    • Molding process.
    • punching and cutting.
    • Back injection molding.
    Each process is independent and ideally connected to each other.
  • Polycarbonate graphic overlays are commonly used as control panels, panel overlays, equipment panels, business machines, appliances, instrument panels, keypads, and OEM equipment panels.  Polycarbonate overlays are seen in everyday applications.
    • Durable silkscreen polycarbonate graphic overlays
    • Die cut as design shape, no tooling charge
    • 3M die-cut adhesive
    • Cut out or transparent clear window sections graphic overlays as design
  • Printed overlays is a high-sheen, visually striking surface layer applied primarily on electronic and control devices. It features a reflective, shiny finish that enhances color vibrancy and graphic clarity. This overlay type is known for its aesthetic appeal, adding a modern and sophisticated touch to the equipment. While offering a sleek look, it is also durable, resistant to scratches, and can withstand various environmental conditions. Glossy overlays are customizable, allowing for vibrant, high-definition printing of logos, icons, and text, making them ideal for brand representation and user-friendly interfaces.
  • A switch graphic overlay is a thin, flexible layer used on electronic devices, featuring printed symbols or graphics that indicate the function of various buttons or switches beneath it. This overlay often serves both as a protective surface and a user interface element, enhancing the device's durability and usability by clearly labeling controls and providing tactile feedback.
    • OEM switch graphic overlay produce experience since 2005
    • Stable high-quality raw materials options with different thickness
    • Fine and durable printing
    • Transparent clean clear window
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