Patents

Powdery Single-Layer Film Laminate And Process For Producing The Same

January 17, 2006

A powdery single-layer film laminate has been patented. The laminate features a substrate, a binder layer and a powdery single-layer film composed of a large number of powdery particles embedded in a single-layer in a partially protruded state on the surface of the binder layer. The binder layer has a Tg of at least 60° C or has substantially no Tg, and is formed by hardening a mixture of a hardening liquid component and thermoplastic polymethyl methacrylate with a Tg of at least 60° C. The hardening liquid component makes up a photosetting acrylic resin.
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