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Technology Delivers Unique Surface Effects

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A new surface structuring process from RPC Bramlage, Lohne, Germany, creates a range of tactile, patterned and textured finishes, such as leather, wood, stone and leaves on plastic containers.

RPC Bramlage, Lohne, Germany, has introduced a new surface structuring process to create a range of tactile, patterned and textured finishes, such as leather, wood, stone and leaves on plastic containers.

The new technology not only can reproduce the look of these structures on a container or lid, but, using a two-component process, also can replicate their touch and feel. The pack itself requires no additional surface treatment or preparation. In collaboration with a partner, RPC Bramlage also has developed a process that combines in-mold labeling (IML) with this new surface-structuring, giving additional opportunity for high-impact decoration incorporating special surface finishes.

For more information, visit www.rpc-bramlage.de.