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ColorForm

ColorForm is based on the principle of multi-component injection molding, which has been proven for many years. The notable aspect of this is that the basic carrier is flow-coated with polyurethane (PU) or polyurea (PUA) as a surface material in the second cycle after injection molding of the thermoplastic base body. This provides an exceptionally high-quality, scratch-resistant surface.

 

Process

Process

Benefits

  • High-gloss surfaces
  • Scratch resistance
  • Ability to create structured surfaces and logo depictions with high detail in the surface
  • Minimizing logistics costs in the production of painted components
  • Fewer rejects compared to conventional painting processes
  • Reduction in costs up to 30% depending on the part and production size
  • Space-saving production design

Core Features

  • High gloss directly out of the mold entirely without follow-up polishing
  • Ability to create structured surfaces and logo depictions with high detail in the surface
  • Cost-effective implementation of premium surfaces with new effects
  • Sophisticated surface aesthetics and enhancement of visible parts and covers for increased turnover
  • Reduced manufacturing costs
  • Increased yield of OK parts
  • Increase in cost-efficiency
  • High customer satisfaction
  • Quick and easy further processing
  • Maximum efficiency

Applications

Various applications
High-gloss surfaces with impressive performance
High-gloss surfaces with impressive performance
Ready-to-install components for immediate subsequent processing

Contact

KraussMaffei Technologies GmbH
Krauss-Maffei Str. 2,
80997 Munich

KraussMaffei Technologies GmbH
Bielefelder Str. 29,
49124 Harderberg

KraussMaffei Technologies GmbH
Heiligenstraße 75,
41751 Viersen