Hot Melt Lamination – Learn about the Ins and Outs
If your product requires two materials to join together, this can be a bit of a challenge. While there are different ways to approach this, hot melt lamination may be your best option. This is an effective process utilized by companies in a variety of industries.
How the hot melt laminating process works
Hot melt lamination often goes by other names. At times, they call it hot melt gravure. Also, some refer to it as dot lamination. The latter name applies because the process uses microscopic dots of adhesive. The process places the dots on the surface of one material in order to bond with another. The two materials can be the same or different.
During the hot melt laminating process, the adhesive gets heated until it is the correct viscosity. When the rotating gravure roll comes into contact with the adhesive, it fills the indentations in the roll. With the right temperature and pressure, the two materials become one.
The benefits of hot melt lamination
Binding two materials to one another can be difficult. This is especially true if they have different characteristics. But, with hot melt laminating the bond will be precise, creating the ideal composite. In addition, this process is fast, and assembly of multiple products does not take long.
CTI can provide you with all of your lamination needs
At CTI, we offer custom lamination for an assortment of materials. We also utilize different methods in order to determine which works best. In addition, we provide a number of other services, including adhesive coatings and slitting and die cutting. The biggest advantage of working with us is our problem-solving abilities. We employ expert technicians and the latest equipment that allow us to meet any challenge head-on. Get in touch with us today to tell us about your product and to get a free quote.