Fabricating Non-Metallic Components from Thermoplastics and Thermosets and their Applications
At New Process Fibre we have experience stamping a variety of non-metallic parts for an array of industries. We’ve touched on some of the applications for our components in our blog such as our custom gaskets for the oil industry or our self-retaining washers, however there are even more end applications out there for our products, including aerospace/military, fastener, furniture, power hand tools, consumer appliances, farm and garden equipment, plumbing, electronics, marine and automotive.
To fabricate components for these industries we work with special materials such as Acetal, Delrin®, Mylar®, Kapton®, Lexan®, PTFE, (PTFE based) Epoxy Glass, Canvas Phenolic, Nylon MDS, HDPE/LDPE, Polypropylene and others. Each of these materials can offer certain benefits depending on the end use, for example Nylon MDS is well-suited in bearing applications as it has a high wear resistance and our Vulcanized Fibre can be used for end lamination in motor applications. We can work with our customers to make sure that the proper material is selected for the end use and our in-house capabilities means we can stamp complex parts on a tight deadline.
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