This process allows Safe Demo to increase the surface tension of a plastic part to facilitate paint adhesion.
Safe Demo uses this surface scratching technology to decorate parts that are often backlit.
Safe Demo has developed decoration expertise specific to this type of paint.
Safe Demo offers three-coat painting solutions, in particular so-called chrome effect paints, on its new range of “Skyline” paint lines.
PVD (Physical Vapor Deposition) by sputtering is a metallization process that works by extracting metal from a cathode which will be projected onto plastic parts placed in a high vacuum chamber. Safe Demo masters this environmentally friendly process which allows it to obtain a wide variety of metallic decorations (colors, textures, etc.) and even to produce transparent metallic parts.
Safe Demo has been painting plastic parts for more than 20 years with automatic robotic processes, both with water-based paints and with solvent-based paints if necessary.
Safe Demo masters this process ensuring a high-gloss finish in various shades (black / piano black, white, gray, red) which is widely used in passenger compartments after having conquered the high-tech objects of everyday life.
Safe Demo uses this technology which uses ultrasound to weld two parts together.
Safe Demo uses this technology which consists in stamping hot pins to weld two parts by melting the thermoplastic.