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GMW16910

Applied Decorative Graphics on Powertrain Components

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Organization: GMW
Publication Date: 1 December 2015
Status: active
Page Count: 4
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This specification describes the requirements for engine component decorative graphics.

Material Description. Materials shall be classified by Types to identify material construction and properties. Type A shall be hot stamp foils, and Type B shall be ink pad printing.

Type A - Hot Stamp Foils. Foils generally consist of a thin carrier strip of acetate, cellophane, or polyester film (depending on application), a release coat, a color, or metallized coat, and a sizing coat (adhesive). When applied to parts, such products are sometimes called hot stamped coatings or finishes, or just "hot stamps".

Type B - Ink Pad Printing. Pad printing is generally accomplished by adding a graphic design to the substrate using an epoxy ink.

Typical Applications. Where decorative graphics are desired on the powertrain.

Document History

GMW16910
December 1, 2015
Applied Decorative Graphics on Powertrain Components
This specification describes the requirements for engine component decorative graphics. Material Description. Materials shall be classified by Types to identify material construction and properties....
March 1, 2013
Applied Decorative Graphics on Powertrain Components
This specification describes the requirements for engine component decorative graphics. Material Description. Materials shall be classified by Types to identify material construction and properties....

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