This manufacturing technique is used to create plastic parts by inflating a heated plastic tube inside a mold until it forms into the desired shape. DeLong offers a wide range of product sizes and shapes with the option of different openings.
We use process-sheet technology to create high-quality images and durable printing plates. We select and deploy specific ink viscosities for each color to create uniform hues and saturation.
After the printing process is complete, our inspection team performs a meticulous review of all materials included in the order. The review process entails full-scope, real-time monitoring, ensuring thorough and careful inspection. The team determines whether the images meet DeLong’s high configuration standards, which include accuracy and clarity. Any subpar or defective products will be sent back for retooling.
The lamination process combines multiple layers that bind the composite material. This process strengthens, protects, insulates, and waterproofs a variety of substances, which extends the life of the printed pieces. In addition, enhances the appearance of the printing by deepening and brightening the ink colors.
The curing process bonds the packaging components by setting the material at a specific temperature and for a specific duration. This enables the composite to be held firmly together.
Slitting is the process of cutting material to a specific length or width from a larger piece of material. DeLong offers an array of manufacturing technologies to deliver specific requirements, as well as an extensive line of products for our customers.
The final step in our production is assembly. This includes sorting, bundling, and storing for shipment. This step also includes a final quality-control inspection.