Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene ABS BCJ Plastic Products

Surprising ABS Plastic Applications

ABS plastic stands for acrylonitrile butadiene styrene. It is a thermoplastic material, meaning that it liquefies, rather than burn at high temperature. This means that ABS plastic can be melted, made into any form, then re-melted and turned into something else. And this specific property is the explanation for the various ABS plastic applications.  

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High Density Poly Ethylene HDPE BCJ Plastic Products

What Is HDPE?

One of the most frequently used types of plastics is high density polyethylene or HDPE. In this article, we will show you what is HDPE, how it is obtained and what it is most commonly used for. You will lean why it is such a popular material and what makes it special among other types

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Perspex vs. Acrylic vs. Polycarbonate

Perspex vs. Acrylic vs. Polycarbonate: What’s the Difference?

Do you need plastic fabrication services? Then, one of the first decisions you must make concerns the material used to make your products. When you have to choose between Perspex vs. acrylic vs. polycarbonate, you stop and wonder. What are the differences between these materials? And is polycarbonate the same as acrylic – so why

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CNC Machining

Medical CNC Machining: Why Hospitals Trust BCJ Plastic Products

Plastic has played a huge role in the revolution of the medical industry. Modern healthcare would not be what it is today without the use of plastic materials. Medical-grade plastic permeates the industry, from the MRI machine to surgical gloves. CNC machining is often used to produce these plastic products, which are high-quality, agile and

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plastic gear photo fragment of machine

Engineering Plastics 101: Which is Best for Your Project?

Engineering plastics are the bridge between standard plastics and high temperature plastics. While they have better mechanical strength and thermal resistance than commodity plastics (such as PVC), they’re not as sophisticated or as costly to produce as high temperature plastics. Engineering plastics have attributes that enable them to perform for extended periods in situations where

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Food in a tupperware

Food-Grade Plastics: Which Are Best for Food Service & Businesses?

Food-grade plastics (also food-safe plastics) is a term used for plastics deemed safe for contact with food and beverages. If a plastic is food-grade, it has a certain level of purity and doesn’t include any dyes or recycled materials that are potentially hazardous if consumed by humans. Certain acidic food and alcohol can cause plastic

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