We offer wide range of material both in Amorphous and Semi-crystalline resin from established manufacturers.
Acrylonitrile-Butadiene-Styrene (ABS) thermoplastic resin is a tailorable engineering material offering outstanding flow, toughness, aesthetics, dimensional stability, excellent colorability, high temperature resistance and scratch resistance.
Liquid Crystal Polymers
Liquid Crystal Polymers (LCP) is a highly crystalline, inherently flame retardant, thermotropic (melt-orienting) thermoplastics. They are similar to semi-crystalline polymers, but have distinctive attributes.
PolyAmide (PA), commonly known as Nylon is a polymer with repeating units linked by amide bonds.
PolyArylEtherKetone (PAEK) is a family of high-performance polyketones tailored to fill cost and performance gaps between PEEK and other high-performance polymers. Ductility and toughness can be significantly improved versus comparable grades of PEEK, delivering 20% higher tensile elongation at yield and doubled tensile elongation at break values.
PolyARylAmide (PARA) is a family of thermoplastic products reinforced with glass fibers and/or mineral fillers. It provides a unique combination of strength and aesthetics, making it ideal for complex parts that require both overall strength and a smooth, beautiful surface.
PolyButylene Terephthalate (PBT) is a thermoplastic (semi-)crystalline polymer, and a type of polyester. Suitable for products that require good dimensional stability, low warpage, excellent chemical resistance and high quality surface finish & gloss.
PolyCarbonate (PC) is an amorphous polymer that offers a unique combination of toughness with exceptional impact strength. It also exhibits high optical clarity, excellent creep, and high temperature resistance.
PolyCyclohexylenedimethylene Terephthalate (PCT) is a thermoplastic polyester formed from the polycondensation of terephthalic acid and cyclohexanedimethanol. Its combines the chemical resistance, processability and dimensional stability of PBT or PET with the added resistance to peak temperatures and hydrolysis to deliver superior performance and value through fast molding cycles and excellent processability.
PolyEther Ether Ketone
Polyether ether ketone (PEEK) is a semi-crystalline thermoplastic with excellent mechanical and chemical resistance properties that are retained to high temperatures. The processing conditions used to mold PEEK can influence the crystallinity and hence the mechanical properties.
PolyEtherImide (PEI) is an amorphous, amber-to-transparent thermoplastic that offers outstanding elevated thermal resistance, high strength and stiffness, and broad chemical resistance. Ultem is a commonly known PEI developed by Sabic and is available in transparent and opaque custom colors, as well as glass filled grades. Plus, ULTEM copolymers are available for even higher heat, chemical and elasticity needs. ULTEM resins uniquely balance both mechanical properties and processability, offering design engineers exceptional flexibility and freedom.
PolyEthylene Terephthalate (PET) resin with distinctive crystallization characteristics that provide outstanding physical properties and superior thermal and chemical resistance with the ability to support higher temperature exposure.
PolyOxyMethylene (POM), also known as acetal or polyacetal, is a highly crystalline, high-performance engineering polymer that displays a broad range of properties, particularly its low coefficient of friction, excellent wear resistance, high modulus and resistance to many solvents and automotive fuels. Basic mechanical properties include high strength and stiffness coupled with good impact strength. Low moisture absorption results in excellent dimensional stability and makes POM an excellent candidate for parts that must exhibit tight tolerances in moist environments.
PolyPhthalAmide (PPA) is a family of high-temperature polyamides that retain their high strength and stiffness up to 280°C. They maintain mechanical integrity after thousands of hours at elevated temperatures and in high humidity and chemically aggressive environments.
PolyPhenylene Sulfide (PPS) is a high-temperature semi-crystalline polymer that offers exceptional dimensional stability for precision-molded components needing to withstand prolonged, high-temperature service. It is inherently flame retardantand has very high chemical resistance.
PolyPhenylSUlfone (PPSU) is a type of high performance polymer usually consisting of aromatic rings linked by sulfone (SO2) groups. These are moldable plastics often used in rapid prototyping and rapid manufacturing (direct digital manufacturing) applications.
PolySUlfones (PSU) are a family of high performance thermoplastics. These amorphous thermoplastics offer more toughness, strength and hydrolytic stability than other transparent plastics. They withstand prolonged exposure to water, chemicals and temperatures – handling a broad range of end-use temperatures from -40°C to 204°C (-40°F to 400°F).
Thermal Conductive Plastics
Thermal Conductive Plastics (TCP) are engineering plastics with thermal conductivity that manage rather than survive thermal energy. Thermal conductivity in a plastic provides the ability to meet demanding engineering requirements in many applications, more cost effectively than other materials including metals, ceramics, and other plastics.
Thermoplastic Polyester Elastomers
Thermoplastic polyester elastomers (TPE-ET) are block copolymers that combine the favorable characteristics of vulcanized rubber with the easy processability of thermoplastics for toughness, tear and flex fatigue resistance over a wide temperature range.