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The Plastics for Electric Vehicle Market is Projected to Grow at a CAGR of 26.9% by 2025!

Thermoplastics polymers offer automobile manufacturers the freedom to create and design parts in various parts and sizes. They have been widely used in vehicles for years to come. From improving the fuel efficiency to reducing the weight of the vehicle, plastics have revolutionized the automobile industry.   With the rising trend of environmental sustainability, automobile …

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What makes Polyphenylsulfone an Ideal Polymer for Medical Grade Applications

Polyphenylsulfone or PPSU has numerous properties, making it an excellent metal-replacement material for various medical applications. The most noteworthy is its heat resistance. It has the potential to withstand extreme temperatures (up to 260°C). Also, its resistance to harsh disinfectants and chemicals makes it ideal for hospitals.   Some other incredible properties are its high …

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Plastic Injection Molding & Mold Making: Demystifying 4 Common Myths

One of the most cost-effective and efficient processes to mass-manufacture various kinds of plastic parts can be ensured by exacting tolerances in a short period of time. However, the first step is to use injection molding techniques to create molds. This part of the process is usually plagued with different kinds of misconceptions and myths. …

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Why Paper & Glass Are Not a Sustainable Alternatives to Plastic Packaging

Why Paper & Glass Are Not a Sustainable Alternatives to Plastic Packaging Paper has been suggested frequently as an ideal replacement for plastic packaging, more so than bioplastics. Many organizations are considering moving to paper-based packaging. However, there is enough data to suggest that paper packaging needs several times more mass to perform the same …

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3D-Printed Metamaterial Could Lead to Lighter & Safer Cars in the Future!

3D-Printed Metamaterial Could Lead to Lighter & Safer Cars in the Future! In the near future, we could be seeing cars built with a new type of 3D-printed material that is made from polypropylene and polyethylene with carbon nanotubes. This metamaterial was designed by a team of researchers from the University of Glasgow and is …

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The Rise of 3D Printed Plastic Items in the COVID Pandemic

3D printing is a construction system that is computer-controlled and makes use of materials like plastic to design and create physical objects. The ease of creating objects locally, especially medical tools, can ease the burden of healthcare workers in the ongoing COVID pandemic.   The Role of Plastics in 3D Printing 3D printing technology has …

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Plastics Continue to Make Cars Safer and Fuel Efficient

It is an automobile manufacturer’s dream to create something with precision, repeatability, and economy. But what material can be hard as steel, flexible as paper, or as soft as a blanket? The answer is plastic. Not only does it offer all the benefits of durability and flexibility, but it can also protect the moving parts …

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Polypropylene offers an All-Round Packaging Solution

Polypropylene is known for its exceptional aesthetics, clarity,  light-weighting, and increased sustainability towards various commercial packaging applications. When it comes to polypropylene and thermoformed packaging, it delivers a vast range of property and performance benefits. Let’s have a look at why polypropylene is an ideal material for packaging applications. 1) Light Weight You don’t have …

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Latest in Global Bioplastics or Recycled Plastics Industry

The global resins and plastic material is predicted to grow at a rate of 7.2%. The market is witnessing a huge surge from $466.2 billion in 2020  and is likely to reach $659.2 billion in 2025. After 2025, the plastic material market is expected to reach $784.2 billion in 2030, at a CAGR of 3.5%. …

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Plastics – Can We Live Without Them?

As one of the world’s fastest developing countries, India is growing tremendously in various fields like technology, science, medicine, and more. However, many of these industries are unlikely to grow at the same rate or even make the same amount of progress if it wasn’t for one material – Plastic. Over the past few decades, …

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