Graphics overlays used on electronic panels are usually produced using Lexan® or polycarbonate plastic. The printing on these overlays is done on the underside of the material and then a transfer tape carrying the adhesive is applied after the printing. This process produces a product with a tough unprinted top surface. With this technique the printing cannot be damaged or scratched because it is literally "subsurface"
Plastic nameplates are most often produced using subsurface printing
4 colour process printing
Using specially treated plastics, Nimbus Graphics produces sharp photographic images for a variety of uses including mouse pads, promotional items and more.
In Mould Decorating (IMD)
Nimbus Graphics can supply state of the art formed In Mould Decorated inserts. for a variety of film-insert molding (FIM) applications including, automotive, cosmetic packaging, appliances, and telecommunications. All printing of graphics is done to the back, or second surface providing the ultimate protection from scratching and peeling. This application is the ideal solution if you need: