Soliant LLC

Contact Information

Please visit: Soliant LLC

Mailing Address:
1872 SC-9-BYP W
Lancaster, SC 29720 US

Phone: 803-285-9401
Toll-Free: 800-288-9401
Fax: 803-313-8227

Product Categories of Soliant LLC

  • In-mold Decorating Films

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  • Stainless-Steel Film Can Replace the Real Thing

    AkzoNobel’s Specialty Finishes business has developed a new type of PVDF cast film aimed at replacing mechanically brushed decorative metals.

  • Automotive Plastics Adding More Value in Tough Times

    The dramatic global downshifting in automotive manufacturing hasn’t put the brakes on plastics innovation, if recently announced developments are any indication.

  • What is purported to be the world’s first vehicle featuring a Class-A exterior produced entirely of thermoformed plastics with a laminated paint-film decorative surface will also be the first vehicle designed specifically for law enforcement.

  • AkzoNobel of the Netherlands, the leading global supplier of paints and coatings, has strengthened its position in the automotive plastics decorating market by acquiring Soliant LLC, Lancaster, S.C., a leading maker of decorative paint-film and bright-film laminates.

  • Chrome-Finished Film Stays Bright After Forming

    Soliant LLC in Lancaster, S.C., a maker of paint-replacement films for in-mold decorating, has been winning awards for its “bright film” technology, which looks like chrome, since the film was introduced three years ago.

  • Micro-Thermoforming Makes Its Debut

    Manufacturers of micro-size components that until now relied exclusively on injection molding may have another option to consider.

  • NPE 2006 News Wrap-Up: Thermoforming

    Several new processing technologies unveiled at NPE point to thermoforming’s growing capability to produce in-mold labeled and decorated plastic parts.

  • SPE Automotive Awards Highlight Materials and Processing Advances

    What’s new in plastics on cars?

  • Automotive Innovation Trend-Setting Technologies Garner SPE Awards

    Paintless in-mold film decorating and carbon-fiber composites are making inroads in appearance and structural parts. Blow molding is finding new interior applications. And long-fiber thermoplastics are cutting weight and cost on the inside and outside of new passenger vehicles.

  • Thermoforming Goes Paint-Free, Too

    Thermoformed parts play two roles in the expanding field of in-mold decorating (IMD) of plastic parts: For injection molding, IMD begins by thermoforming a thin film into decorative shells that are placed in the injection mold cavity and then back-molded with a compatible substrate.

  • Where the Action Is: Decorating with Formable Films

    Plastics processors are eyeing form able films as an economical, durable, and environmentally friendly means of producing fully decorated parts right out of the mold.

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