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Mercedes chooses scratch-resistant film for S Class interior components

28 February 2007

A hard-coated polycarbonate film from MacDermid Autotype has been selected by Daimler Chrysler for the new Mercedes S Class. The Autoflex XtraForm film is used in the manufacture of 44 different three dimensional interior components, including dashboard, lighting and window switches, producing a high quality aesthetic finish combined with excellent scratch resistance and optical properties. The components are manufactured via a technique called film insert moulding, which produces exceptionally tough, high quality, three-dimensional parts in large volumes using a combination of screen printing, cutting, pressure or vacuum forming, UV curing and injection moulding.


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