LAMINATION

Our netting components help create some of the most diverse, flexible and strong composites.

Conwed designs netting components that enable lamination and bonding to many different materials and substrates.  Whether it is film, paper, foam, nonwoven or any other fabric, our team can customize the precise chemical formulation to create the desire composite.  We can develop sophisticated designs such as co-extrusion and bi-component netting.  These configurations allow us to include an adhesive agent within the netting configuration if thermal lamination is required in the composite production process.

We have developed a basic guide in our  Plastic Netting 101 section that illustrates some of the most common methods to incorporate our netting with other substrates.  It also includes basic illustrations of extrusion, coating and nonwovens processes, as well as different types of lamination (adhesive, thermal, ultrasonic).

Our customers view Conwed as their partner of choice to research, test, and push the limits of technology in order to create truly unique products.

We'd like to trigger potential ideas in your particular application by providing some examples that illustrate our lamination concept:

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Learn about our success storiesmarketscapabilities and core products and be introduced to our manufacturing processes in our Plastic Netting 101 section.  Visit our resins & additives page for a summary of the materials we can use to manufacture our netting portfolio.

If you have a product development challenge and wonder how Conwed netting can help you solve it, please contact our team.

About Conwed

We manufacture the leading plastic netting portfolio in the world and help customers solve product development challenges.

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