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LYKAPACK ACTIVITIES

The fundamental activity happening at Lykapack is Plastic Injection Moulding. We started off with this beautiful process three decades back and have outgrown it. Currently, we have ventured and established in all associated horizontal as well as vertical aspects as of today’s market demand. Being in this field for over 30 years, we are happy to share with you the various processes, activities and technologies we deal with.

INJECTION MOULDING


A process for manufacturing products by injecting material into a mould. The material is fed into a heated barrel, where it melts, then thoroughly mixed, and forced into a mould cavity, where it cools and hardens to the configuration of the cavity. Parts to be injection moulded must be very carefully designed to facilitate the moulding process; the material used for the part, the desired shape and features of the part, the material of the mould, and the properties of the moulding machine must all be taken into account.

MOULD MAKING


The product design is finalised first. The required materials are purchased and machined to make various mould parts. These are then assembled to form the final functional mould. We have our own tool room for making moulds as per customer demands. We have dedicated software for product designing. Our tool room is equipped with CNC machines and skilled manpower to make moulds in minimum time. We have mastered this art that the performance of the moulds coming out of our tool room is world class.

IN-MOULD LABELLING(IML)


IML is a technology for decorating moulded products. A label of the same material as the base product is fused with it while moulding. So technically speaking, what you get is a single product, where the label and the base product become inseparable. But from a consumer point of view, what you get is a very attractive product, depending on the design of the content on the label.The robot is the most critical factor. Its performance greatly determines proper and correct placing of labels with high precision

DRY OFFSET PRINTING


In Dry Offset printing, the image to be printed is first transferred on to a blanket. The blanket then transfers it on to the product. We have the facility to print up to eight colours on a product. The design of the print content lays great influence on the attractiveness of the product. We have our own photo studio equipped with skilled artists and software to provide valuable suggestions. Our printing machines have the feature of Own Mandrel Curing (OMC) with UV light. Enables instantaneous drying of products for ready packing