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    September 9, 2014
    Polyonics has introduced new black and TrueWhite laser markable label materials (LML), tested to the GMW 14573 and GM 6121M performance requirements for automotive under-the-hood as well as plastics (low surface energy) label applications. These new…



    June 2, 2014
    Polyonics has developed a black laser-markable label material for applications involving high temperatures and harsh environments. The new XF-537 combines a high temperature and dimensionally stable polyimide film together with a durable cross-lin…


    April 10, 2013
    Polyonics has introduced an expanded line of PolyFLEX flexible substrates. The PolyFLEX line has added new sizes, functions and performances including ultra-thin (13 µm) amber and high opacity black polyimide films. In addition, a variety…


    March 13, 2013
    Polyonics’ new antistatic tapes are designed to solve ESD problems before they can damage static sensitive devices. The tapes offer surface resistances at the heart of the static dissipative range—10^5 to 10^9 Ohms—that help sa…

  • Polyester Materials

    January 23, 2013
    Polyonics has designed two new polyester label materials to adhere to smooth and textured LSE plastics, such as polypropylene, polyethylene or TPO, which are commonly found in the automotive industry. The XF-455 is an opaque, 2 mil gloss white polyes…

  • Polyimide Film

    April 19, 2012
    Polyonics has designed an ultra-thin, white-coated, polyimide label material that uses a 0.5 mil film for space constrained electronics. The XF-616 is a high-temperature, thermal transfer printable material with an aggressive acrylic adhesive to ensu…

  • Industrial Labeling & Substrates

    July 20, 2005
    They are not often beautiful, but they must meet strict performance guidelines.

  • Label Stock: Paper vs. Film

    Talar Sesetyan || July 18, 2005
    Substrate variety and quality are greater than ever, and films are showing their muscle.