11 Oct 2021

UL Webinar: Domo’s Laser markable solutions

Marking manufactured goods with codes and designs has become a standard feature of modern production processes. Compared to traditional methods such as ink, sublimation and screen printing, laser-marking of plastics provides many benefits:

  • excellent image quality without surface contact
  • improved quality of details
  • increased design flexibility

Laser marking is very common in the electrical and electronic segment, where customers need solutions that are laser-markable with multiple techniques. Multi-colored marking requires deep formulation expertise, as the final solution generally consists of a sophisticated mix of pigments and additives.

At DOMO, we are equipped with different laser marking systems for testing our formulations. This allows us to develop materials that precisely fit our customers’ needs.

Take part in this webinar to learn more about our laser-markable product family.

Presented by 

Xavier Couillens – Business Development Manager – C&E Market

Xavier Couillens gained in 2000 a Ph. D in Inorganic Chemistry at the University Paul Sabatier of Toulouse, France.

 

He then obtained a two years post-doctorate Marie Curie fellowship from the European Community. He spent these two years in the Research & Development center of Rhodia Polyamide, developing innovative polyamide materials for the automotive market.

 

He has spent almost 14 years in Research & Development in Italy & France, all on the development of sustainable flame retardant materials.

 

In 2018, he moved to a Marketing & Business Development position with the scope to capture new markets for halogen free flame retardant solutions.

Cécile Corriol – Product Development Manager – E&E Market

Cecile gained a PhD in theoretical and computational chemistry at the University of Liverpool, England. After a post-doctoral fellowship in the same research area in San Sebastian (Spain), she decided to join a research lab in the private sector in France. Along her over 10 years work experience, she slowly moved from a theoretical world to a much more applicative one involving polyamides and flame retardants.

 

Since 2013 she oversees the technical development of new products to answer business’ needs. She is also in charge of partnerships with customers, suppliers, and external labs from a technical point of view. She watches over customer and plant support and finally is accountable of innovative technical developments on the long-term.