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Nothing’s impossible, says a well-known advertising slogan. Schreiner ProTech could now claim the same. In response to a customer inquiry for a solution to fix a component in position, the business unit developed the smallest adhesive die-cut part ever created at Schreiner Group.

Creating a tangible experience of the benefits of digitalization: that was what the 2017 HANNOVER MESSE promised its visitors—and impressively delivered on its promise last week. Our Schreiner ProTech business unit was represented at the world’s leading industrial trade show as well, having presented its solutions and services centered on secure product marking and digital transformation. The lineup showcased at the shared VDMA booth billed as “Industrial Security” was focused on hot topics such as Product Authentication, Track & Trace and Product Lifecycle Management.

Bonding solutions using self-adhesive die-cut parts from Schreiner ProTech perform three key functions: fastening, protection and height compensation. In this post, we’re presenting various field application examples.

Self-adhesive die-cut parts from Schreiner ProTech are the solution to many challenges in the field of joining and fastening. Pressure-sensitive adhesives clearly simplify and accelerate manufacturing and application processes and offer additional benefits. In this post, we’re going to look at what makes our bonding solutions so special.

“Digitization of mobility“ is a topic that runs like a common thread through the International Suppliers Fair (IZB) held in Wolfsburg this week. Our colleagues from Schreiner ProTech (Hall 3, Stand 3217) are right in the middle of the trade fair line-up. As a supplier of RFID labels to VW’s innovative “Transparent Prototype“ project, our business unit is right in line with this trend.

The technical magazine “RFID im Blick” (“Focus on RFID”) invites technology providers and everybody with an interest in optimizing their processes with RFID technology to the two-day conference “RFID tomorrow” in Düsseldorf on September 19-20, 2016. Frank Linti, Business Development Manager RFID from our Competence Center will be on site. At the trade booth, he will be talking to sales prospects. In one of 35 SpeedLabs he will present special label developments, which will give companies in the

When it comes to adhesive bonding, there are two major approaches: liquid adhesives and pressure-sensitive adhesives (PSA) such as adhesive tapes. In this post of our blog series about adhesive bonding we’ll explain why Schreiner ProTech concentrates on pressure-sensitive adhesives.

Adhesives are increasingly replacing mechanical fasteners. That’s why Schreiner ProTech is taking a look at this topic in a series of blog posts. This post is focused on basic knowledge: what performance does an adhesive have to deliver and how does adhesive bonding work?

How can I join two assembly components? If you’re looking for the technique best suiting your specific application, you need to ask the right questions – and find appropriate answers. In a new blog series, Schreiner ProTech takes a look at all aspects relating to adhesive bonding.

Up to 300 film-based parts marking labels and functional components are installed in a mid-size car. Be it in the bodywork, the cabin, the powertrain or the gamut of electrical and electronic systems: Schreiner ProTech’s innovative product solutions play an important part in many automotive applications.