Choosing the appropriate plastic material for your application is an essential step in developing a successful finished part. Each material has its own characteristics, properties, and strengths. Therefore, many factors can influence material selection, ranging from performance to appearance to cost. By working with you to understand the parameters of your project, we can help you choose the best, most cost-effective method to achieve your goals and meet regulations.
Polyethylene terephthalate is a clear and tough material that works well for applications that require deep draws, complex die-cuts, and precise details, without sacrificing structural integrity.
This material offers outstanding thermal resistance, high strength and stiffness, and broad chemical resistance.
Polyvinylidene fluoride is tough material capable of withstanding exposure to harsh thermal, chemical, and ultraviolet conditions.
Polypropylene is a cost-effective material that features high flexural and impact strength and is anti-static and moisture resistant.
Polycarbonate offers stability and high impact strength, allowing for higher-temperature sterilization methods to be used.
High-density Polyethylene is stronger and stiffer than standard polyethylene with good impact and abrasion resistance.