Article | November 19, 2019

High-Performance Plastics

Although high-performance plastics are no substitution for metal alloys for many applications, there are countless applications where metals cannot perform the role of a polymer. It is between these two spaces where either a polymer or metal could perform the desired functions at an acceptable manufacturing cost in commercially meaningful volumes. So, when one looks to achieve a high benefit, cost outcome by transitioning from metal to plastic components, where does one start? This article discusses the answer.

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