perforated film

perforated film

[′pər·fə‚rād·əd ′film]
(graphic arts)
Roll film containing perforations on one or both sides.
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has designed and manufactured a cut-to-length system built from a combination of stock components to unwind and cut perforated film. The roll of material is guided from a cantilever design dancer unwind through a perforating station and into the knife assembly, where it is cleanly cut to the required length.
Film projection was invented in France (not the USA) by the Lumiere Brothers who patented the perforated film used for 100 years until the digital era started.
The cryo-transmission electron microscope (tem) should have the following properties: - recording of the image data via integrated automatic data acquisition software, Which recognizes single holes on perforated film preparations, Controls and, After focus and drift correction, Can process at least 600 of these individual holes automatically within 24 hours.
The packaging features a clamshell bottom with a perforated film overwrapping the punnet, similar to how most cookies are packaged.
system, which consists of perforated film heat-sealed to a PET-coated pressed paperboard tray.
The idea of perforating film goes back to the German engineer Konrad Zuse who, in 1936, used perforated film to power his first computer.
Moreover, two different pallet sizes can be packaged with the multi-format system, which can also produce perforated film to prevent the accumulation of condensation.
Securance Low Tack addresses issues with perforated film top sheets and adhesive tack, delivering high-performing bond and enabling the use of in-demand perforated film top sheets without bleedthrough.
The outcome was that a bespoke, perforated film utilising modified atmosphere packaging technology (MAP) provided the best results in achieving increased shelf life.
Located in the United Arab Emirates, Pantex-MENA will produce a new, proprietary feminine hygiene topsheet that combines the benefits of both perforated film and traditional nonwovens.
Ltd is a professional manufacturer of three-dimensional nonwoven perforated and PE perforated film, with strong product innovation ability and leading perforated technology, which is mainly used as the topsheet material on sanitary napkin, disposable diapers and packaging.
Tredegar Film Products Corporation has purchased Shanghai Yaheng Perforated Film Material Co., Ltd., a Chinese manufacturer of apertured nonwovens used primarily in personal care markets.