Lamination is a manufacturing process that creates a target product in multiple layers, and involves the same or different materials.
Normally, the compounded material demonstrates different properties that each material did not have before: strength, stability, or others.
Common applications are vehicle windshields, floor materials, cardboard boxes, plywood, etc. Among them, laminating films are widely available in gloss, UV(Ultra Violet), anti-static, etc., for many uses such as protecting documents and images from moisture or abrasion. As today’s visual dependency is growing with the development of electronic devices like smart-phones and tablets, it is gradually gaining presence across many industries.
In Korea, PKC is taking its unique path towards the future based on the past. Since 1991, the film maker consisting of core engineers has manufactured a full range of laminating films, laminating machines, construction films, ATC packing films, Bopp thermal laminating films, and others. In particular, PKC is always welcoming visitors who want to experience and see things for themselves. Its technical seminar is the best way to learn about PKC’s new items and technical details. Its main product Thermal Bopp Lamination Film is available in all 58 countries.
In the process of manufacturing Thermal Bopp Lamination Films, PKC’s manufacturing system applied extrusion coating process where self-developed adhesiveness from raw materials takes place. This Thermal OPP Films have various applications: all types of print laminations, UV Spot Varnishing, Stamping foils, book covers, carton packaging, magazines, shopping bags, commercial prints, etc. Major advantages are relatively low price, strong adhesiveness, and anti-static. Both glossy and matt-type are available.
For colorful finish, PKC’s Thermal Metalized Films can be printed over the surface of films after the lamination process. The films appear in many different colors, and any specific color is possible upon customers’ request. Anti-scuff Matt Film with a scratch-resistance material can be applied to the surface of any laminated sheet for the protection of your printing materials against abrasion and scratch. You can find more at http://www.pkcco.com/index.html