Lamination & the Creation of Composite Materials
Lamination is the process of joining two or more layers of the same or different material together to form a composite. The traditional means of lamination was to apply some combination of high temperature, pressure, and adhesive to form a bond. While effective for many situations, with today’s high performance materials, the value of the material and its special performance properties may be sacrificed using traditional methods. The materials can be crushed by too much pressure or degraded by excess temperature or smothered by a cover layer of adhesive.
Selective & Exact Lamination – The Key Technology of Beckmann Converting
The goal of Beckmann Converting is to create composites that make maximum use of the performance characteristics of each layer of the composite by selectively and exactly bonding the layers into a composite using effective technologies that can be precisely controlled to give the right amount of bonding at exact points. Beckmann Converting’s key to success is the mastery of ultrasonic lamination and hot melt gravure lamination
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