PreScript and PolyScript – Customized Parts Marking

Customized marking solutions for diverse products make it possible to identify and consistently document them. PreScript solutions are preprinted with all the desired data while PolyScript versions have space for customized overprinting using TTR or inkjet printers at the customer’s site. Variable text, numbers or codes can be printed, generated or managed as needed.

Due to our large material matrix and the diversity of our machines, we are able to satisfy practically any customer requirement, be it for single- or multi-composites, analogue or digital printing, single- or multi-colored versions. Difficult substrates and environmental influences or labels requiring official approval frequently pose particular challenges to be met.

How the Modular Kit System Works

The product demonstrator visualizes the various elements that can be integrated into a parts marking solution. Select the modules that are relevant to your application and you will ultimately see your solution of choice. By clicking on the arrow you can also get further information on each of the elements.

The Right Solution for any Challenge

Demands Made on Parts Marking Solutions

Prerequisites for Good Adhesive Performance

Contact pressure
Pressure-sensitive adhesives should be pressed against the surface with a force of approx. 3.5 to 5 kg per cm².

Surface energy
The adhesive has to completely wet the materials to be bonded.

In cold conditions, viscosity increases. Adhesives become hard and tack force decreases. In hot conditions, viscosity decreases. Adhesives become softer, tack force increases and shear resistance decreases.

Surface roughness
The adhesive coating should at least be as thick as the average surface roughness RZ. Double thickness of the adhesive is ideal.

The bonding substrate should be free of dust and adhering substances such as oil films or release agents.

Comparison of Plastic Films

Polyethylene terephthalate (PET)
-40 °C to < +150 °C

Polypropylene (PP)
-40 °C to < +100 °C

Polyethylene (PE)
-40 °C to < +80 °C

Polyvinyl chloride (PVC)
-40 °C to < +60 °C