Cool Touch Surfaces Redefining Heat Dissipation in Material Design for E&E
Thermal conductive polycarbonates for Cool Touch Surface design
At the heart of this revolution lies the remarkable cool touch polycarbonate solution, a thermal conductive innovative material solution that has redefined the tactile experience of housing materials for electronic devices.
In a world where every detail counts, cool-to-the-touch surfaces have become the epitome of premium design. These surfaces not only convey a sense of luxury but also provide a unique haptic sensation that elevates the user experience to unprecedented levels.
Polycarbonate as housing for luxury designs in E&E industry
One standout housing material in this endeavor is polycarbonate, celebrated for its limitless design possibilities. Known for its exceptional light transmission, diverse color options, and surface texturing capabilities, polycarbonate was already a versatile all-rounder. Now, with the integration of the cool touch feature, its potential is magnified. Enter Makrolon® TC, our thermally conductive polycarbonate that has become a cornerstone in heat management for electronic devices and automotive applications.
Makrolon® TC for thermally conductive surface designs
Imagine an electronic device with a housing material that not only dissipates heat efficiently but also offers a touch experience that feels far removed from plastic. This is where the cool touch property of Makrolon® TC comes into play, creating surfaces that exude ceramic-like haptics while effectively pulling heat away from the user's hand. By combining this property with sophisticated surface texturing, the sensation of natural stone-like touch is brought to life, offering an unparalleled tactile engagement.
Moreover, this material's adaptability extends to aesthetics. The surface can be skillfully printed to mimic the intricate nuances of various natural stone colorations, granting designers a limitless palette to work with. This convergence of thermal conductive material engineering and artistic expression paves the way for design possibilities previously unexplored, making the seemingly impossible, possible.
Various design possibilities for E&E devices
From sleek smart speakers and stylish appliances to immersive VR/AR devices and designer lights, the applications of this novel housing material solution are as vast as they are impressive. The resulting housings radiate a premium feel, enhancing not only the visual appeal but also the functional aspects of the devices. Acting as a heat sink while embodying a luxurious touch, these enclosures showcase the harmonious union of form and function that defines modern engineering.
Transferring everyday electronics into luxury artifacts
In an era where technology and aesthetics intertwine more than ever before, the choice of housing materials becomes a pivotal factor in shaping the user’s perception. The cool touch surface technology, especially when integrated with a versatile material like polycarbonate, transcends traditional boundaries. It transforms everyday electronics into luxurious artifacts that delight the senses and redefine the very essence of luxury in the electronics industry. As engineers and industry designers continue to explore new frontiers, the cool touch revolution stands as a testament to the boundless potential of innovation and collaboration.
The fusion of aesthetics and functionality has never been more critical in the design of electronics and electrical devices. Polycarbonate now enters a new era with the integration of cool touch surfaces. With Makrolon® TC, we've not only unlocked exceptional heat management but also elevated the tactile experience to a level of luxury previously unattainable.
- Cool Touch Surface Functionality and aesthetics are seamlessly combined with Cool-Touch surface.
- Thermal conductive Heat dissipating plastics with thermal conductive properties allow the smooth operation of electronic devices.
- Lightweight PC housings have 1/7 the density of steel and half the weight of aluminum.
- Flexible Design Depending on the selected grade, Makrolon® TC polycarbonates can be processed by injection molding, extrusion and even 3D printing.
- Circular material Makrolon® is also available as RE series for a reduced carbon footprint with bio-circular attributed share.