2009

3D and/or Flock Printing Technology

A company seeks a printing capability and/or technology that creates a physical 3D texture that is tactile and soft (but not rubbery) in nature onto a flat or curved plastic surface made of polyethylene, polypropylene, or polyester material. This 3D printing enhances the product experience for the consumer by providing a more tactile surface that can increase grip, provide a pleasant texture/feeling, and/or present a less plain/sterile surface. Materials should be FDA food-safe, as well as safe when in contact with skin.

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