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Various Plastic Shapes
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Natural Acetal

An outstanding balance of tensile characteristics, shear strength, stiffness, and toughness can be found in acetal copolymers. The high tensile yield strength of this resin demonstrates how tough it is. Its extremely low coefficient of friction with metals and good abrasion resistance make it a suitable bearing material. The thermal characteristics are really good. It maintains its shape and physical integrity at high temperatures and has remarkable resilience to high intermittent temperatures. Outstanding long-term stability at high temperatures. Its strong ability to maintain the initial mechanical properties of hot air and hot water are further thermal qualities.

Natural Nylon

A family of synthetic polymers based on aliphatic or semi-aromatic polyamides are collectively referred to as nylon. Nylon is a smooth thermoplastic polymer that may be formed into fibres, films, or other shapes through melting. Similar to the peptide bonds in proteins, it is composed of repeated units connected by amide linkages. To create numerous distinct property modifications, a large range of additives can be blended with nylon polymers. Significantly useful commercial uses for nylon polymers include fabric and fibres (clothing, flooring, and rubber reinforcement), forms (moulded parts for cars, electrical equipment, etc.), and films (mostly for food packaging).

Polyether Ether Ketone (PEEK)

A semi-crystalline, high-performance engineering thermoplastic is polyetheretherketone (PEEK). This brittle opaque (grey) material has a distinctive blend of mechanical qualities, chemical resistance, wear resistance, fatigue resistance, creep resistance, and unusually high temperature resistance up to 260°C (480°F). This polymer is a member of the Polyketonefamily of Polymers (PEK, PEEK, PEEKK, PEKK, PEKEKK), of which PEEK is the most utilised and mass produced.


A patented brand of laminated plastic material is called TUFNOL. It is one of the original forms of resin-bonded plastic materials used for engineering components, and it has been produced in Birmingham, England, since the mid-1920s.
Laminates are typically thought of as hard, thin sheets that are utilised for flooring, countertops in kitchens, and other applications.

It's "decorative laminates" in this case. An "industrial laminate" is TUFNOL. It's not created in thin sheets or with a surface layer that is specifically coloured or patterned, but it is made in large chunks that are utilised to make industrial and equipment parts. Depending on the quality, it can range in colour from brown to white and be produced in solid sheets up to 225mm (9 inches) in thickness, produced in round rods and tubes.