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Labeling Technology
May 2006
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According to the company, manufacturers of household and industrial appliances, electronics, HVAC, and other products can enhance branding while lowering total applied label costs with its Accu-Place In-Mold Labeling (APIML) technology. The process enables manufacturers to incorporate preprinted labels into the production process for brand nameplates or other messaging areas without mold modification. The technology can be used with polypropylene, polyethylene, polycarbonate, nylon, and ABS parts. An in-mold label placed inside the mold is held in position as the part is being produced. The label bonds with the molten plastic, rendering a finished part with an embedded label. Avery Dennison

Avery Dennison


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