Making the method visible

Deep draw capable 3D thermolaminates can do anything: simple corners, concave or convex curves or complete sculptures – they follow any shape and know practically no limits in the variety of design. But what is the method that leads to this endless range of creations, and what does it look like? RENOLIT has made the complete process chain the topic at Euroshop 2014 and portrayed it in its exhibition stand (Hall 10, Stand E39).

Connecting professions

"In principle, the process is a coordinated combination of industry, craftsmanship and designer," says Uwe Maszkiewicz, sales manager of RENOLIT DESIGN.
RENOLIT, as a manufacturer of thermolaminates, brings an almost endless variety of colours, decorations and surface textures into the process and delivers all information about the material’s behaviour. The craftsman is a master at handling the material and brings creative ideas and working materials together. The final result is a unity of design and craftsmanship that together make the products into a cohesive whole.

RENOLIT shows this procedure in three zones. Demonstrative examples clarify the product’s strengths, from the range of decorations and colours to the qualities of the materials and surface textures. A large variety of installations bring the almost limitless application choices to life.

The company

The RENOLIT Group is an international leader in the manufacture of high-quality plastic films and related products for technical applications. This independent family-owned business, which has been setting benchmarks for quality and innovation for over 65 years, now employs a workforce of approximately 4,500 employees at more than 30 production sites and sales entities.

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Katja Martin
RENOLIT DESIGN
Marketing & Communication
Tel.:   +49 6241 303 1260
Fax:   +49 6241 303 18 1260
katja.martin@remove-this.renolit.com 
www.renolit.com/design