Extrusion

Custom Profile Design & Manufacturing

Co-Extrusion/Tri-Extrusion

Tube Extrusion

Crosshead Extrusion Coating

Automation

Capabilities

Manufacturing Processes

Materials

Materials We Work With

ABS

Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene

ABS is a tough, stable thermoplastic known for its resistance to impact and heat. The surface of ABS is typically shiny and bright.

ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene)

Acrylic

Polymethyl methacrylate

A glass alternative, Polymethyl Methacrylate has high tensile and flexural strength, UV resistance, and transparency.

Acrylic (Polymethyl methacrylate)

Electrically Conductive/
Static Dissipative

These plastics have a very low surface resistance and easily allow for the flow of electricity. Static dissipative plastics prevent the electrical charge from moving too quickly.

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HDPE

High Density Polyethylene

Highly ductile and impact resistant, Polyethylene ranges from transparent to opaque. An excellent electrical insulator and provides superb electrical treeing resistance and low friction.

LDPE

Low Density Polyethylene

Compared to HDPE, the molecules of LDPE are more branched out, making the thermoplastic weaker but more flexible. LDPE can be translucent or opaque.

LDPE-Low-Density-Polyethylene

MDPE

Medium Density Polyethylene

With properties between HDPE and LDPE, MDPE has excellent shock and drop resistance properties. MDPE is less dense than HDPE but stronger than LDPE.

MDPE-Medium-Density-Polyethylene

PVC

Polyvinyl Chloride

Polyvinyl Chloride is one of the most versatile plastics. It comes in two types—rigid and flexible—and is dense with good tensile strength.

PVC-Polyvinyl-Chloride

PC

Polycarbonates

Polycarbonates are a group of polymers that contain carbonate groups within their chemical structures. Polycarbonates are used in a wide variety of applications typically where impact resistance and transparency are required. 

PP

Polypropylene

Polypropylene is a widely used thermoplastic popular for its high melting point and low level of electrical conductivity. On top of this, Polypropylene does not break down easily but is resistant to cracking and stress.x

PETG

Polyethylene Terephthalate Glycol

A transparent material, PETG is a common substitute for PVC that provides similar properties with the additional glycol modification.

HIPS

Polystyrene

Both transparent or colored, Polystyrene provides good elasticity and flexibility. It can be manufactured as a solid or foam.

PUR & PU

Polyurethane

Polyurethane boasts excellent elasticity and clarity and also provides protection from grease, oil, or other damage.

TPE

Thermoplastic Elastomers

TPE is a physical mix of polymers . It can be stretched to twice its original length and still return to its original shape. TPE is similar to TPR, but is more soft and flexible.

TPU

Thermoplastic Urethane

A form of block copolymer, TPU is well-regarded for its elasticity and transparency.

TPR

Thermoplastic Rubber

TPR maintains the characteristics of both plastic and rubber. Modified from a different base than TPE, TPR is harder and more rigid.