The "multilayer" terminology derives from the cycle manufacturing technique.
These colored coatings are in fact obtained by applying one or more products in different "layers", interspersed with refuse seeding (also called saturation) of quartz or other types of aggregates.
The final thickness varies from 1.5 to 4 mm, in relation to the number of layers and the granulometry of the sown quartz.
The shots are generally to shave, performed with a spatula (also called doctor blade) with a smooth blade.
Upon completion of the cycle, in some cases a finishing roll is required.
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