6 Different Plastics that Lead the Way for Thermoforming

Thermoforming is a plastic molding method that is used to create a variety of usable products. The manufacturing process involves heating of thin plastic sheets to make them pliable. Once the sheet reaches a malleable temperature, it is materialized over a male or female mold. It is then cooled to a finished shape and the …

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Indian Professor Creates Petrol Out of Plastic Waste!

Plastics have immensely contributed when it comes to making our lives convenient and to the betterment of modern life. They help us save energy by insulating our homes, they make our vehicles lighter and fuel efficient, they are widely used in the field of medicine to keep medical supplies sterile. However, with the multiple benefits …

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Why HDPE is the Preferred Material of Choice for 3D Printing

HDPE which stands for high-density polyethylene is a thermoplastic polymer. It is made from the monomer ethylene and is ubiquitous for its great strength-to-density ratio. It is extremely strong yet light enough to float. Its molecular branch is the reason behind its intermolecular force and tensile strength. HDPE is designed for an optimum balance of …

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Remarkable Benefits of Advanced Plastics in Automobiles

Whether it’s a hatchback, sedan or a high-end sports car, plastics have played a major role in revolutionizing the automobile industry. However, in the quest for developing lighter, safer and fuel-efficient vehicles, automobile manufacturers are now opting for durable and lightweight plastics. Let’s have a look at the benefits of advanced plastics in automobiles and …

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Global Thermoformed Plastics Market to Reach $16.28 Billion by 2025

Thermoforming is a type of plastic molding process that is used to make various types of highly usable products. The process involves heating of thin plastic sheets. After reaching a malleable temperature, it is formed over a male or female mold. It is then cooled to a finished product and designed to maximize its usability. …

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Plastics -The Material of the Century (Part 2)

This article is a continuation of the previous blog: Plastics -The Material of the Century. It focuses on how the application of plastics is such an integral part of the 21st century. Purifying water safely using synthetic materials When it comes to the treatment and purification of drinking water, synthetics play a major role. Besides …

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Plastics -The Material of the Century

This blog focuses on how the use of plastics has become such an integral part of our daily lives. This article is further divided into two blogs- The plastics industry is one of the most innovative sectors of the modern economy. The popularity of this industry has kept the industry growing for 50 years. What …

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Indian Navy Builds Carbon Fiber Warships

One of the largest navies in the world, the Indian Navy is composed of over 200 warships and 67,000 active personnel. They are considered to be the pride of our nation and are responsible for safeguarding our seas from all internal and external threats. To further upgrade their defense, the India Navy along with the …

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How Plastic Waste is Helping Kerala to Become a Green State

With recycled plastic being put to use by various industrial sectors across India, Kerela has come up with an innovative idea to use plastic waste in the construction of roads. Around 9,700 tonnes of plastic waste such as containers, food packaging plastic, bottle caps, disposable diapers, and plastic bottles have been used for the construction …

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Incredible Applications of PEEK Plastic in Various Industries

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Polyetheretherketone also referred to as PEEK is a high-performance thermoplastic. It is a semi-crystalline organic polymer that possesses a chemical structure that is highly stable. This gives it a massive advantage over materials such as metals. It exhibits incredible properties which makes it a preferred choice of plastic by multiple industries. Below are the numerous …

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