- June 25, 2010
ROLLING MEADOWS, IL | Spartanics announces to label converters, packagers, and other converters seeking to use rapidly advancing laser die-cutting technology for pressure-sensitive labels, RFID tags, paperboard and cardboard products, finishing plastic products and other converting/packaging applications that they can now determine if the materials they use can be handled by modern laser die-cutting technology. All that’s necessary, says the company, is to send samples for engineering studies and analyses to its new Laser Cutting Applications Laboratory for Materials Research.
Spartanics laser die-cutting applications engineers are said to have extensively tested laser die-cutters with varying laser strengths and software configurations with a wide range of materials including plastic films, polyesters, polycarbonates, foams, textiles, paper, adhesive tapes, non-wovens, wood, laminates, pressure-sensitive substrates, magnetic materials, polypropylene, polymides, abrasives, rubber, among others. Formalization of the Applications Laboratory signals the company’s intent to systematize this growing knowledge base for cross-industry access.
The Laser Die Cutting Applications Laboratory for Materials Research reports it provides no-cost detailed engineering analyses of maximum material thicknesses that can be handled with these different substrates, including brand name materials, correlated to laser power and other variables.
To arrange for a no-cost materials analysis of suitability for finishing, marking, and other detailing with laser diecutting, contact Spartanics VP Mike Bacon at firstname.lastname@example.org.