We have successfully formed the most complex of materials. Our capability to handle the wide range of sheets like Polycarbonate, ABS, Acrylic, ABS/Polycarbonate, ABS/Acrylic, Ultem (a polyetherimide sheet), Acrylic/PVC, PETG, HIPS, etc. has given confidence to our customers and also the sheet manufacturers to look forward to us in the new developments of high end applications or testing new materials. The following are some of the examples of the material we have been using.
Polycarbonate (PC) Polycarbonate is a very durable high impact-resistance material. It can be used in a larger temperature range and has better light transmission characteristics with good optical and mechanical properties.
ABS Some important mechanical properties of ABS are that it is impact resistant, tough and heat resistant. They also have good electrical properties that are fairly constant over a wide range of frequencies.
Acrylic Acrylic has a unique combination of properties like lightness, unexcelled resistance to weathering, resistance to corrosion, mechanical strength, high light transmission rate, easy formability and assembly and a distinct aesthetic appeal.
ABS/Polycarbonate blends which combine the most desirable properties of both resins; the excellent processability of ABS and the superior mechanical properties and heat resistance of Polycarbonate.
ABS/Acrylic ABS/Acrylic sheets combines excellent combination of the impact strength of ABS and the weatherability, chemical resistance and excellent surface finish of Acrylic.
Ultem Polyetherimide sheets are amorphous, high-performance polymer with exceptional flame and heat resistance. It performs continuously at 340°F (171°C), making it ideal for high strength/high heat applications.
Acrylic/PVC Is noted for its impact strength, chemical resistance, fire retardance, thermoformability and color consistency.
PETG sheets have very good chemical resistance and very high impact properties combined with good optical properties and a brilliant surface.
HIPS has a high dielectric strength and is widely used for laminated electronic circuits, high frequency insulation sheeting, insulators, and other applications. Polystyrene machines well and lends itself to conventional methods of forming and fabrication. It is resistant to a wide variety of chemicals: alkali, salts, lower alcohols and many acids.