From Carestream Tollcoating
The Movement Toward Thinner Films
By Todd Arndorfer
As consumer and industrial products continue to feature smaller, thinner and higher performing attributes, there has been a resulting shift in the coatings industry toward using thinner films and substrates for these products. For example, where a 4-mil film used to be standard, an application may now require a 2-mil film. There are two primary drivers for this.
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