Roland LEC Printer Cutter and Coating | Adhesa Plate Manufacturing

Adhesa Plate Manufacturing

Adhesa Plate Manufacturing   |   Seattle, Washington

Established in 1954, Adhesa Plate Manufacturing in Seattle, Washington manufactures custom labels, product markings, nameplates, graphic overlays, membrane switches, insulators and shields for a variety of manufacturers, including producers of electronic devices, industrial equipment, medical devices, and transportation equipment.

“Being able to accurately control the thickness of a coating is a very unique feature.”

Recently, Adhesa needed to apply a coating on a curved surface, where their standard polyurethane coating couldn’t provide the needed durability and flexibility. Adhesa turned to its new Roland LEC-330, testing passes of its clear coat ink over the printing. “We applied the clear coat until we had established the proper thickness for the application,” said Craig Mitchell, president of Adhesa Plate Manufacturing. “Being able to accurately control the thickness of a coating is a very unique feature.”

The LEC-330 completed the entire job of printing, cutting and coating. “The LEC hit a home run for us its first time at bat,” said Mitchell.