We have over 40 years of experience in various industries including but not limited to chemical processing, marine and offshore, road and transport and many more. To meet your requirements at an affordable price, we offer a growing array of in-house facilities that include Dot Peen Marking, Rotary Engraving, Chemical Etching, Screen Printing, CNC Routing, Sticker and label Printing, Laser Etching, Laser Engraving, Laser Marking, Plastic Fabrication, Vinyl Letter Cutting, Water Jet Cutting and Laser Cutting technologies.
Plastic fabrication is the process of designing and manufacturing parts made of plastic or composite materials that have been reinforced with fibres, metal, wood or other materials. Some of these processes include plastic moulding, 3D printing, sheet moulding, extrusion, thermoforming, and compression moulding.
Dot Peen Marking
Known also as pin marking, dot peen marking is a marking process where an electro-mechanically controlled carbide or diamond tip assembly strikes the surface of a part in a succession of dots to create a permanent mark. Text, logos, and 2D data matrix codes can be marked on straight, curved or radial inscriptions.
Sticker and Label Printing
Digital printing refers to methods of printing from a digital-based image directly to an array of media like vinyl stickers. It allows for on-demand printing, short turnaround time, and even a variation of the image used for each impression.
Rotary engraving is the process of using a spinning cutter in a motor-powered spindle to cut or “rout” into material, either completely through the substrate to create cut out shapes or holes, or at a predetermined depth to create engraved grooves that form characters and graphics.
Chemical etching, also known as chemical milling, is a process where a high-pressure, high-temperature chemical spray is used to remove material to create a permanent etched image in metal. To create the desired image, a mask or resist is applied to the material's surface and then selectively removed to expose the metal.
Sand Blasting or Abrasive Blasting
Sand blasting, also known as abrasive blasting, defines the process of smoothing, shaping and cleaning a hard surface by using compressed air to force solid particles across that surface at high speeds; the effect is similar to that of using sandpaper. A consistent finish is obtainable at corners or crannies.
Waterjet cutting is a cold-cutting technique that does not subject material to heat or mechanical stress. Hence the risk of thermal distortion, change of material property due to the presence of heat and presence of impurities are minimized.