Technologies

Metalphoto

The Metalphoto USA marking method is used for marking light sensitive aluminum anodize (chemical marking on aluminum). For over 60 years, this system achieved the trust and appreciation of engineers thanks to its endurance under harsh work environments and due to comparative studies, that put its resilience to test vs. other marking and identification methods. These studies proved Metalphoto is superior to others in quality and accuracy, as well as durability for dozens of years under harsh conditions.

In 1958, the US Navy adopted Metalphoto for creating signage for its fleet and this method was also embedded in the US Army weapon systems. The US Army operates a Metalphoto manufacturing facilities for labels, signage, panels, barcodes for unique identification of items, and more.

It meets all requirements for sterility and therefore, is in vast use in the medicine, aviation, space and hi-tech industries, as well as many others.

AlumaMark Marking

AlumaMark is a dual-layer material made of aluminum in the shades of gold, silver, copper, blue, green, red and more.

The marking is done using turning or laser. It is based on peeling the upper layer and exposing the bottom layer. This technology is used to create pictures, certificates, and all other indoor signage.

DuraBlack Laser Marking

DuraBlack is a new aluminum material with a special coating. The marking of DuraBlack is done using laser that removes the upper coating and exposes the lower aluminum shade layer.

DuraBlack laser marking is used in various industries that require quality and durable marking, that lasts many yeas under harsh conditions, such as the sea, aviation and space.

Silk Print

Silk print is performed using a net that transfers shades. Using silk print you can create colorful prints.

This method suits indoor and outdoor conditions. For outdoor print we use epoxy colors.

The most common uses for silk print are electronic packaging, electric boards, stickers, Lexan (polycarbonate), and more.

Ped Print

Ped print, aka tampon print, is a print method that uses silicone peds and allows transfer of text, symbols and special marks from the block to metal, plastic and wood, as well as other materials. 

Ped print is suitable for all industries: medicine, electronics, civil and military industries, and more.

Thermal Transfer Print

Technology for printing sticker rolls using thermal transfer, for marking a wide variety of raw material, durable under extreme temperatures and harsh conditions. Thermal transfer is the ideal method for marking products such as cables, pipeline, etc.

Wide Format Plotter Print

Plotter is a graphic print tool. This technology serves for large and complex printing, that require high resolution, such as sketches, maps, posters, etc. This method is especially suitable for industrial engineers and architects, but also for engineers in the civil and military industries that request labels & stickers for marking cables, pipeline, and more. Furthermore, it is suitable for private customers wishing to upgrade and design and decorate their home by printing on canvas, polyester, lexan, vinyl, etc. The advanced plotter printer provides extremely qualitative printing and can accurately cut the sheet based on predefined parameters.

This technology is suitable for various industries, such as military and security, civil and commercial, institutions, and more.

UV Print

UV print is a digital print method, that uses ultra-purple light and a special ink that contains photoinitiator. Thanks to a photochemical process, the ink dries almost immediately and enables accurate print results. This technology enables printing on almost anything: metal, wood, glass, kappa, PVC, plexiglass… using a wide variety of shades and shine. This method provides resilient results under harsh weather conditions that don’t fade. UV print technology is suitable for a wide variety of uses and many industries: defense industries, civil industries, institutions, logistics, transportation and private uses, just to name a few.

Laser Marking and Turning Technology

Laser marking enables preciseness at the micron level, whether in deep turning or light surface marking. Laser marking is very fast compared to a milling drill.

Laser marking “colors” the parts and usually no additional color filling is required. This technology is suitable for various materials: aluminum, stainless steel, plexiglass, plastic and more.

It is suitable for various industries, such as medicine, industrial, civil, the private sector for engraving gifts, prizes, etc.