Laser sealing

  • 22-Dec-2008 11:01 EST
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Schreiner ProTech features a laser sealing technology-based manufacturing process for airbag wraps that offers reliability and cost efficiency. This technology provides automotive airbag manufacturers the option of producing wraps in two possible forms, depending on their existing assembly process. Through a continuous, high-speed process, Schreiner prints the non-woven cover material, cuts it to size using a laser, and then either folds the material and laser welds the wrap or laminates a self-adhesive strip to the open stock. The open stock version is then converted into a closed wrap during the customer’s assembly process where the material is bonded by means of the self-adhesive strip.
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