The M-100L-FG-TT-LS is a fully automatic, turnkey marking and stripping system that utilizes a UV solid state laser with an integrated high-speed scanner.
Tri-Star Technologies, a leader in the manufacturing of automated equipment for the medical and aerospace industries, is proud to present its full line of plasma treatment systems. Utilizing state of the art plasma technology, Tri-Star PT Series Plasma Systems increase the surface energy of the material they treat. Increased surface energy of a material improves its adhesion characteristics, thereby allowing better bonding, gluing, markability, paintability, coatability, and pottability.
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For the treatment of wire and cable. The Tri-Star Plasma Treatment (PT) 1000 System improves wettability, durability, and adhesion of wire and cable insulation.
Tri-Star Technologies presents the PT-2000, a turnkey system that dramatically increases the surface energy of any non-conductive material, including silicone rubber, resins, fluropolymers (Teflon), and plastics.
The Duradyne series of plasma systems, by its ability to improve surface wettability characteristics, provides a more efficient and economical method to significantly improve performance of adhesives in any optical connector for terminating, potting or sealing applications without the clouding or overheating of optical components.
Our Plasma Systems customers include: Aero, Aerotechnologia S.A. (Mexico), Alcara, Becton Dickinson, Belden Wire & Cable, Boeing, CAE (Canada), Calmont Wire, C&D Aerospace (California), Cessna Aircraft, Cory Components, Delphi, Edwards Airforce Base, EJM Aerospace, Edwards Scientific Laboratories, GEM Gravure, Guidant, Harbour Industries, Hollingsead International, Hughes, Israel Air Force, Litton, Marconi, Martin-Lockheed, Medtronic, Montrose, New England Wire, Petche Company, Raychem Wire & Cable, Raytheon Aircraft, Raytheon (Goleta), Rocketdyne, TAMSCO (Montana), Therasense, Times Microwave, US Navy, Wiedenbach, Woven Electronics, etc.