3DT manufactures corona and plasma surface treatment systems designed to solve adhesion problems by increasing the surface tension on substrates and, thereby, greatly improving bonding for your printing, coating, laminating, adhesive and micro cleaning applications.
3DT’s standard and custom systems treat many materials including a wide array of plastics, composites, rubber, glass, metal, paper, and foam. Our technology performs exceedingly well on injection, blow molded, vacuum formed and extruded 3D parts.
3DT's systems can be incorporated into existing or new production lines, supplied as semi to fully automated systems or as stand-alone workstations. We provide single-source design, manufacture, installation and service - made in the USA.
Additionally, 3DT represents SOFTAL, film/web/label corona and plasma manufacturers. Our partnership provides German engineering with states-side sales and service.
Building upon 30 years of experience, 3DT creates the Power to Adhere.
The MultiDyne Corona Treating is the perfect solution to adhesion problems on injection, blow molded or extruded parts. A MultiDyne Corona Treating System can be incorporated into existing or new production lines, or operated manually. Treatment is done prior to printing, gluing or laminating.... Read More
You may never need espensive and toxic solvents again. Now, you can easily and safely create quality, long-lasting bonding on difficult-to-bond materials such as plastics, rubber, glass, metals and composites. 3DT's PlasmaDyne technology uses an innovative in-air, schockproof plasma beam that... Read More
PolyDyne™ is the most versatile and efficient system in 3DT’s product line. It is specifically suited for use in high-speed printing, assembly, extrusion and coating lines. PolyDyne applies corona discharge to the exact part needed and thereby increases adhesive properties. PolyDyne can be... Read More
3DT’s hardworking, classic plasma treatment system for 3-D parts, PlasmaDyne, has been thoroughly updated as a part of the company’s effort toward continual technological improvement and meeting the needs of the industry. Updates include the newest in electrical engineering, components and... Read more
One common question about surface treatment systems is, “What is the difference between corona and plasma, and what best fits my application?” Both corona and plasma treatment increase the surface energy of materials and thereby improving the adhesion of inks, adhesives, flocking or other... Read more