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The embossing studies were performed on a miniature Carver hydraulic compression molding machine.
A number of research publications were consulted to facilitate the understanding of polymer deformation (8-12) in embossing step and thermal stress concentration (13-15) in demolding step.
Also embossing, labeling, flexographic, rotogravure, and offset lithography equipment.
For over 15 years, Pamarco has been one of the world's leading producers of embossing rolls for outer wrap baby diapers and adult incontinence products.
When compared with conventional hot embossing, roller embossing is a cost-effective and productive approach for high volume fabrication and can be used in fabricating micro-optical components (1), (2), textured fibers (3), microfluid devices (4), active-matrix display (5), and so on.
says Andrew Schmitz, product manager, hot foil stamping and embossing at RotoMetrics.
Hot embossing (HE) is quite popular being a simple operation with high accuracy in replicating micronscale features.
With a unique, patented embossing technology, Speaking Roses is able to print customized messages, pictures and logos directly on the petals without damaging the flower.
The packaging features metallized polyester board and intricate foil stamping and embossing accents.
It operates at speeds from 20-50 m/minute with an embossing width from 300--1750 mm (63").
One of the most widely used techniques for conversion of polymeric materials into useful microdevices is hot embossing (1-3).
Extra deep embossing and blind embossing add an appealing tactile quality that promotes consumer interaction.