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HEADQUARTERS
Polyonics, Inc.

28 Industrial Park Drive
Westmoreland N.H. 03467
Ph: +1.603.352.1415
Fax: +1.603.352.1936
Email: info@polyonics.com

Toll Free: (888) 765-9669

SINGAPORE
Polyonics Pte Ltd

Richfield Industrial Centre
120 Eunos Avenue 7, #01-01
Singapore, 409574
Ph: 65-6542-5484
Fax: 65-6542-5185
Email: infoasia@polyonics.com

SHANGHAI
Polyonics, Inc.

Unit 1004A Xin Cheng Mansion
No. 167 Jiangning Road
Shanghai, China 200041
Phone 86-21-6258-0571
Fax: 86-21-6258-0579
Email: infoasia@polyonics.com

DONGGUAN
Polyonics, Inc.
Asia Technical Center
Fuwei Mansion Rm 411
Hongtu Road 88
Nancheng District
Dongguan, Guangdong, China 523078
Phone: 86.755.8825.0441
Fax: 86.755.8825.2429
Email: infoasia@polyonics.com

About Printing Technologies

The printer matters! Printing relies on thermal energy to melt the ink. Extensive print testing is conducted with a Datamax or Zebra printer with as many as 15 different ribbons tested on each top coated label material to find the best suited combination to offer to our customers. Must have compatibilities.

  • Surface tension of molten ink- surface energy of the ink must match surface energy of the top coat.
  • Viscosity of the molten ink
  • Smoothness of the receiver surface
  • Pressure to establish intimate contact
  • Prevents the ability to make photocopies (Security)
  • Dwell time for the physical effects to take place

Most Polyonics label materials are designed for thermal transfer printing.

Thermal Transfer- A thermal printing process utilizing a temperature sensitive ribbon that through heat and pressure is selectively transferred to a printable surface thus creating the desired image.

In addition to thermal transfer printing...
Polyonics offers select materials that can be printed with technologies listed below.

  1. Dot Matrix - One of the first printing methods developed, dot matrix printing uses tiny round hammers to pound ink from a coated fabric ribbon onto a substrate Normally dot matrix printers use one or two column dot hammers - the more dot hammers on the print head, the higher the resolution.

  2. Flexography - "Flexo" printing is the most common label printing method. Solvent, water and UV inks are available. Low cost plastic plates are used to transfer the ink to the label or tag surface. Many flexo presses allow the label manufacturer to print, laminate and die cut the label in line, and this makes it suitable for longer runs of labels.

  3. Ink jet- Ink jet printing is the fastest growing of all printing techniques. Problems associated with ink jet's speed and outdoor durability are rapidly being addressed. New pigment inks that are replacing dyes promise greater outdoor durability. Over-laminates extend the chemical resistance of the printed image.

  4. Laser- Laser printing uses a light source to generate an exact duplicate of the image it receives. A laser beam creates an electrostatic image that is then charged onto a photoreceptor; the electrostatic charges from the photoreceptor attract the toner to produce the printed image.

 

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Polyonics at a Glance

Polyonics is a renowned manufacturer of high performance, custom film, tape and label materials used by specialty die-cut converters worldwide. Founded in 1995, and ISO 9001:2008 registered, Polyonics strategically designs single and double coated polyimide, polyester and aluminum films for the extreme temperatures and harsh environments found in the electronics, automobile, aerospace and medical industries.

Polyonics is an ESOP company and operates with the highest level of business integrity and ethical standards. It is regarded as a good employer, community citizen and committed to education, training and staff development. All of its products are continuously evaluated to make sure they meet the strictest international environmental regulations, are earth friendly, sustainable and possess the smallest carbon footprint possible.