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3DT Updates MultiDyne Corona Heads

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3DT, Germantown, Wisconsin, has changed the corona treating heads on its MultiDyne unit from a molded head to an assembled one.

3DT, Germantown, Wisconsin, has updated its MultiDyne corona treating heads from a molded head to an assembled one. This change assures a sturdier platform for consistent surface treatment.

MultiDyne improves adhesion on 3D parts effectively and inexpensively treating numerous substrates and a wide variety of applications with minimal set up. MultiDyne’s corona treatment is gentle yet powerful, causing improved bonding of paint, ink, adhesive and coating. It is designed for the surface treatment of injection, blow molded and extruded parts, especially those with complex shapes.

MultiDyne can be used as a stand-alone unit or incorporated into existing or new product lines. 3DT’s MultiDyne includes a generator with high-voltage transformer, treating head (1-4 depending on application), interface for external control, easy-to-use operator control panel, a fault monitoring system and manual control for treatment activation.

For more information, visit www.3DTLLC.com.