Painting involves spraying a layer of paint onto the surface of the part. Colors can be matched to a Pantone color number of the customer's choosing, while finishes range from matte to gloss to metallic.
Painting the surface of a part improves its aesthetic appearance and can provide brand recognition to consumers. In addition, painting can have a protective effect on parts. For example, surface painting is an effective method to protect metal from oxidation and corrosion.
|Aluminum, Stainless Steel, Steel||Black, any RAL code or Pantone number.||Household appliances, vehicle parts, aluminum extrusions||Gloss, semi-gloss, flat, metallic, textured|
POM and PP materials do not have the required adhesiveness for painting.
Sanding should take place before painting.
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