Polycarbonate nameplates are often used for panels for equipment, and also product badging.
These can be manufactured using a" buried print" technique,
in which the ink is printed on the back of clear polycarbonate (wrong reading)
and the image is viewed from the front (right reading) through the clear material.A suitable adhesive is then applied to back of the nameplate encapsulating the ink, which prevents the ink from coming in contact with any cleaning agents being used.
This ensures that the nameplate retains a good appearance throughout the life of the product.