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Automotive & Transportation

Fabrico has many years of experience in the automotive and transportation markets, providing materials for die-cutting, thermal management, and more.  This extensive knowledge lends itself to applications beyond the traditional auto uses, including:

  • Selecting the right adhesives for repairs inside and outside of luxury RV's
  • Offering time- and money-saving foam-backed fabrics converted and adhered to plastic materials in an auto’s interior door panels
  • Recommending heat shielding materials that stand up to rugged use, protect riders of snowmobiles, ATVs, and other recreational vehicles, and maintain visual appeal.



Adhesives for Luxury RV Repair 

For RV repair companies, meeting the expectations of their exacting customers for quality work and luxurious appointments includes working with an experienced materials and adhesives partner like Fabrico.

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Automotive Foam-Backed Fabric 

Automotive manufacturers look for a foam-backed fabric solution for the auto's interior door panel that is easy to apply, provides a durable bond to foam and plastic inserts, and can meet the requirements of use.

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Download High Performance Automotive Labels for Interior & Exterior Applications

High Performance Automotive Labels for Interior and Exterior Applications 

Fabrico’s custom automotive labels offer outstanding adhesion and long term durability in the most demanding under-the-hood and interior applications. Static printed and thermal transfer labels both allow for custom warnings, safety information, instructions, and more.

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RV Heat Shield Materials 

From snowmobiles to ATVs, recreational vehicles need to be visually appealing as well as built for rugged use. Manufacturers looking to replace metal heat barriers now have an alternative – 3M aluminum foil tape.

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Thermal Management of LEDs in Automotive 

Automotive design engineers are getting more creative in their approach to how car headlights, running lights, and turn signals look and function. But brighter, more functional, LED systems get hot very quickly. Therefore, design engineers must contend with heat dissipation to successfully incorporate LEDs into their designs.

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