Archive : January/2018
To exceed customer satisfaction, GM Nameplate’s (GMN) has always employed total quality management principles to maintain the highest level of quality in all its products and processes. Michael Wodrich, director of quality for the Seattle, WA Division, who has played a crucial role in integrating a strong quality culture within the organization is now transitioning to a new role of director of program management. GMN is delighted to welcome on board Sam Allen as the new quality manager of the Seattle, WA Division.
Many industries require the decorative elements of plastic to be highly durable. For example, the aerospace, automotive, and medical industries have many high-wear applications that require strong, durable parts where printed icons won’t scratch off or fade away. Products that are decorated using first-surface decorating processes, where graphics are placed on the outermost layer (such as pad printing, screen printing, or hot stamping), wear out over time and aren’t suitable for these industries.
GM Nameplate (GMN) is excited to exhibit at the upcoming Medical Design & Manufacturing (MD&M) West, the largest Medtech tradeshow in North America. The event will take place from February 6th to 8th at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, CA.
What are PTC heaters? How do they differ from traditional fixed-resistance heaters? Is the PTC heating technology right for my product? If you have the same questions swirling in your mind right now, this free guide is just for you.
Positive Temperature Coefficient (PTC) heaters are printed, self-regulating, energy-efficient heaters that run open loop. Compared to traditional heating technologies, they offer better strength and higher design flexibility. From car seats to surgical tables, they are well-suited for a wide range of applications.