Secondary plastic processing
We meet the needs of our customers with flexible thinking and skilled technology.
Let’s take a look at some of the injection molding technologies we have to offer at Daimei.
At Daimei, we not only offer molding services, but also a wide variety of secondary processing such as product painting and printing. Let’s take a look at some of our equipment.
Mass painting of small products
Spindle coating machine
Products are sent down the line while being rotated so that they pass by six to eight fixed paint guns for painting.
This makes it possible to paint items as if on an assembly line, enabling continuous, mass painting of palm-sized products.
Fine spraying like painting by hand
Clean room/spray painting robot
This machine is a six-axis robot equipped with spray guns that reproduce human spraying movements, allowing us to paint large or complexly-shaped products.
The equipment is located inside a cleanroom that filters dust and dirt from the air.
Printing on every shape, from spheres to flat objects
Automatic pad printer
Your desired text is transferred to a kind of silicone rubber stamp, which is then printed on spherical surfaces such as golf balls, ballpoint pens, and other plastic items.
Normally, only one color can be printed at once, meaning that this is a time consuming process, however, by automating the steps in a multi-process system, we have shortened production time.
In-house production allows for detailed specification design
Making jigs and processing equipment
When processing equipment is required for assembling a product, we study the specs and create it at Daimei. We can create processing equipment to a variety of specifications, including cutters, screw fasteners, and box stackers, so we can also quickly deal with any issues that arise.
Securely fastening plastic
Hot plate welding
This is a method in which the material to be joined is pressed against a heated plate (hot plate) to melt the surface, then pressed against the other item before it cools. Once cooled, the items are welded together. The device is simple, produces no noise, and can weld plastic materials, so the materials can also be recycled.
Makes plastic stick together in a flash
This method uses ultrasonic wave vibrations to generate frictional heat on the surface of the materials you want to join, which then melts and welds the plastics together. ・Ultrasonic waves (high-frequency sound that cannot be heard by the human ear)
Short cycles mean that materials can be joined in just a few seconds, saving energy.