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Engineered Plastic Assemblies

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Complex and Multiple Part Components are the Result of our Engineered Plastic Assemblies
Complex and Multiple Part Components are the Result of our Engineered Plastic Assemblies
Aesthetic Features using in-house high quality screen and digital printing processes go hand in hand with our engineered plastic assemblies
Aesthetic Features using in-house high quality screen and digital printing processes go hand in hand with our engineered plastic assemblies
Fixtured Plastic Assembly
Fixtured Plastic Assembly
Multilayer Plastic Assembled Signs
Multilayer Plastic Assembled Signs

Extended Resources LLC - Specialty Nameplate Corp. produces engineered plastic assemblies with complex and multiple part components. Our complete service package includes procuring, fabricating, modifying and assembling each plastic assembly. Extended Resources utilizes in-house high-quality screen and digital printing processes for decorative detailing of graphics, company logos, diagrams and any other aesthetic feature.

We maintain a close customer interaction to ensure we meet every detail and design constraint. For products requiring design assistance, our experienced staff will advise on a variety of materials, such as extruded, injection molded, formed, and/or cast plastics.

Engineered plastic assemblies include:

  • Lens assemblies
  • RFI/EMI shield assemblies
  • Stainless steel ejection plates
  • Computers
  • Monitors
  • Viewing devices
  • Controllers
  • Papa John's signs
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Engineered Plastic Assembly Options and Specifications

Solvent/Welded Mechanical Attachments
Brackets
Clips
Fabricated slots
Inserts
Rivets
Production Quantities 1 to 1000's
Production Processes
Solvent welding
Gluing
Decorating
Recycling
Forming
Routing
Cutting
Sorting
Packing
Design Assistance Reverse engineering
Improved part functionality
Finishes
Non-glare coatings
Hard coatings
Protective over-laminates

Process Equipment

Screen Printing Equipment M & R 5296 Patriot Screen Printing Press
Sias 4052 Screen Printing Press
Sias 3047 Screen Printing Press
American Cameo 2030 Screen Printing Press
Engraving/Marking Equipment New Hermes Rotary Engraving System
Epilog Laser Engraving, Cutting and Marking system
AXYZ 5 x 10 CNC Router with I Cut
Dryers Cincinatti Super Jet III Jet Dryer 1,000,000 BTU
Multiple UV reactor drying systems
Cutting Equipment Thomson American Clamshell Diecutter
Prism Digital Control Powercutter
Gerber M 3000 Digital Plotter, Cutter and Router
AXYZ Router with I-Cut
Laminating Equipment Multiple Laminators: hot and cold, 24" up to 64"
Packaging Equipment ZED Blister Pack Machine
Shring Wrap and Heat Tunnel Machines
Digital Printing Solutions Indigo 5600 Series Press
Mimaki JV3 Wide Format Printer
Mimaki JV5 Wide Format Printer
Mimaki JF1631 UV Flatbed Printer: 5' x 10'
Epson 9600 Medium Width Printer
Multiple Mimaki Digital Plotters
Gerber Edge Printing and Cutting System

Finishing Operations

Laminating Materials can be overlaminated with various films such as polyester, polycarbonate, or vinyl to provide protection, appearance or effect. Pressure sensitive adhesives can be laminated to films or sheets to facilitate mounting functionality for the finished part. We can put together multiple layers of different materials to create insulators, shielding components or custom constructions for special applications. Copper and aluminum foils are examples of products we utilize for those special needs.
Slitting Slitting is done to create a back or front slit in a protective liner to provide the crack and peel effect for pressure sensitive products. Slitting is also used as a lower cost alternative to pull tabs on pressure sensitive adhesive-backed products. Power shearing and back slitting, for example, are alternatives to tooling and diecutting. Back slits on parts are also advantageous for strategic part placement where only part of the liner is removed and the part can be handled or positioned easily.
Powercutting/Shearing Powercutting is the use of a guillotine power shear with a digital readout controller to semi precision cut films, thin gauge sheets and layered constructions into square or rectangular shapes. Our largest production cutter is 54" wide, but we do special cutting up to 12' for products such as banners and sign inserts. Shearing is our cutting process for rectangular sheet products in gauge metals.
Die-Cutting Diecutting by means of using Steel Rule Dies is an industry standard for cutting shaped parts or parts with interior cutouts, tabs, or large volume. All of our roll labels are produced using tooling, but in many cases, common die shapes or sizes can use common tools. In our sheet-fed products we utilize Clamshell type diecutters. For smaller quantities or larger products, our Gerber M3000 can be utilized to kisscut or diecut products as a digital solution instead of a steel rule die purchase.

Company Information

Location Columbus, OH
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