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Value added services

With our automation and low labor costs we provide value-added services to reduce our customers' manufacturing costs and keep a cost advantage in the global market place. Among the value-added services we provide you can find the following:

Thermal Insertion

A tried-and-tested method for installing metal threaded inserts in thermoplastic moldings. This is a one-phase process in which contact heat is transmitted via the metal insert to the joining zone of the plastic moulding

The two parts are joined as the plastic material melts around the contact area. The plasticized material is displaced into defined recesses and undercuts to produce a positive connection.

Pad Printing

Our Pad printing service allows us to deliver ready-to-install components for our customers. Many component parts require specific legends, marks, guides and many other sorts of labeling that are must-have features for their needs to be met.

Pad printing will deal with hard to reach surfaces where no other printing technique will work, and when labeling or stickers will not match the quality and standards of their products.

At Plastiexports, you will receive ready to install finished parts with no extra processes to be carried.

Hot Plate and

Sonic Welding

Hot Plate technique is used to weld larger parts, or parts that have a complex weld joint geometry. A hot plate, with a shape that matches the weld joint geometry of the parts to be welded. Parts are moved into contact with the hot plate until the heat softens the interfaces to the melting point of the plastic. 

Sonic welding uses high-frequency ultrasonic acoustic vibrations that are locally applied to workpieces being held together under pressure to create a solid-state weld. It is commonly used for joining dissimilar materials.

In ultrasonic welding, there are no connective bolts, nails, soldering materials, or adhesives necessary to bind the materials together.

Silkscreen printing

Silkscreen printing is a very ancient technique that has prevailed up to our times due to the high-performance and high quality finish.

Not only the great finish, but also, the flexibility to imprint complicated surfaces and all sorts of solid materials, with this printing technique, long time durability is achieved.



The deep ink deposit that silkscreening delivers is so versatile that even white ink can overprint black surfaces: a feature that many other techniques simply can't match.



Also, due to its nature, small runs are possible under a low cost approach. At Plastiexports we carry our own silkscreen internal shop, as a complementary process for our client's needs.