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Noryl® PPO

Noryl® PPO

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Noryl – PPO – Polyphenylene Oxide

Sheet and Rod

Noryl® PPO material is used frequently in fluid handling applications due to the very low moisture absorption.

Noryl is similar to Acetal and P.E.T. but carries a better UL rating.

Noryl rods and Noryl sheets are in stock and available in a number of sizes in black. It is great for electrical applications requiring high die-electric strength. Noryl is a trade name of Sabic Plastics (formerly GE Plastics).

Noryl is a High Tech Performance Plastic.

Why you should use Noryl®:

  • It has excellent electrical properties
  • It has excellent Fire Retardant Rating
  • Has extremely low water absorption
  • It is vacuum formable, machinable and bondable
  • Has good temperature resistance
  • Readily available in Sheet or Rod
  • Noryl is ITAR compliant, and Noryl is RoHS compliant

Noryl PPO Machined Nozzle

This material is a strong engineering plastic with excellent mechanical, thermal and electrical properties. One of the lowest moisture absorption material, with very low thermal expansion. PPO also retains most of its flexural and tensile strength as well as its resistance to creep at elevated temperatures.

Frequently used in:

  • Fluid Handling, Pump and Valve – Low Moisture Parts
  • Electrical Housings, Cases and Components
  • Instrumentation and Semiconductor Components
  • High Continuous Temperature Environments (185 degrees F ; 265 degrees F)
  • Flame Retardant Parts Needing UL-94 V-1 (at .058″ thickness)

Noryl is an easy to machine performance plastic

Materials Available As

Noryl Sheet:

.060″ – 6″ thick in 48″ X 96″ Sheets – EN-265 (Black only)

1/8″, 3/16″, and 1/4″ in 48″ X 96″ with Haircell finish one side in EN-185 (White or Black)

Film: .002″ – .029″ in up to 26″ wide rolls on special order basis

Noryl Rod: 1/8″ – 8″ diameter up to 96″ lengths

Special Formulations:

Glass Filled, Static Dissipative, Custom sizes, or Formulations

Typical Resin Properties for Noryl PPO

These properties are for evaluation purposes only. This information is not to be construed as a warranty, guarantee or assurance that you may achieve the same results. Materials made from different resin types, manufacturing techniques and manufacturers will react differently. The information should be used to compare against other materials only, and each user should make his own tests to determine suitability. No warranty as to this materials suitability are either expressed nor implied.

Laminates – Phenolics

Laminates – Phenolics

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Laminates and Industrial Thermosets (Phenolics)

Thermosets (Paper, Canvas, Linen), Epoxy, G-10, FR-4, FR-5 , GPO, Melamine, Silicone and more

These materials were originally invented by Dr. Leo Baekeland in 1907. First called Bakelite, it is claimed to be the first synthetic thermoset plastic material. Several other base and resin materials are also available; Polyester, Melamine, Nylon and more.

This high temperature resistant material has been used in numerous applications for over 100 years. Other laminate trade names: Phenolic, Micarta®, Phenolfab®, Phenolkraft®, Ryertex®, Garolite®, Spauldite® and Texolite®. Please call with additional questions or specification assistance, or contact us here.

Canvas, Paper and Linen based Phenolic sheet

Grades Available:

Paper Base Laminates;

(X, XX, XXX, XP) – Composed of layers of paper base impregnated with a phenolic resin binder. It has excellent electrical properties with fair mechanical strength. Outstanding for use as a template material or backup stock material. It can certify to NEMA XX (in XX Grade), and MIL-I-24768/10 or 11

Canvas Base Laminates;

(C and CE) – This grade is composed of a continuous cotton woven cloth impregnated with a phenolic resin binder. This grade contains a medium weave canvas fabric and is known primarily for it’s mechanical properties. Not recommended for primary insulation. It can certify to NEMA C/CE, and MIL-I-24768/14 or 16

Linen Base Laminates;

(L and LE) – This grade contains a fine weave linen, and like canvas phenolic, is known for it’s mechanical properties. The finer weave allows for machining more intricate details than the Canvas, ie: small gear teeth. It can certify to NEMA L/LE, and MIL-I-24768/13 or 15

G-10 / FR4 Laminates;

(G-10 and G-10 FR4) – The most versatile all-around laminate, this grade is comprised of layers of a continuous glass woven fabric base impregnated with an epoxy resin binder. It has extremely high mechanical strength, good dielectric loss properties, both wet and dry. Extremely abrasive while machining, diamond tooling is recommended. It can certify to NEMA FR4, and MIL-I-24768/27

Phenolics and Laminates are ITAR compliant, and Phenolics and Laminates are RoHS compliant

Laminates Applications

RelaysSwitchesSocketsStandoffsWashers
Test boardsTerminal stripsCondensersCoilsArc Shields
Circuit boardsGasketsFusesTransformer Panels

Phenolic Applications

PinionsAircraiftSeals & GasketsMotor housingsRadio terminal boards
BushingsInsulating washersMarine switchboard panelsThermostat housingAuto ignition components
Punch partsCommunication instrumentsHandles for pots and pansKnife handles

Laminate Availability:

Sheet, Rod and Tube:
Sheets

.005″ -4″ thick,
Rods

From .125″- 10″ diameter
Tubing – Call us

A huge variety of sizes are available depending on grade. Call for detailed availability on your requirement.

Also available: Polyester, Nylon and Melamine Resisns and other Specialty Grades.

GradeCertifies ToIndustrial Type of Material
XMil- I- 24768/12 PBMIndustrial thermoset (Paper Grade Laminate) Superior Mechanical Properties for paper grade
XXMil- I- 24768/11 PBGIndustrial thermoset (Paper Grade Laminate)
XXXMil- I- 24768/10 PBEIndustrial thermoset (Paper Grade Laminate) Best Electrical Properties for paper grade
CMil- I- 24768/16 FBMIndustrial thermoset (Canvas Cotton Grade Laminate)
CEMil- I- 24768/14 FBMIndustrial thermoset (Canvas Cotton Grade Laminate)
LMil- I- 24768/15 FBIIndustrial thermoset (Linen Grade Laminate)
LEMil- I- 24768/13 FBEIndustrial thermoset (Linen Grade Laminate)
G-10Mil- I- 24768/ 2 GEEIndustrial thermoset (Glass-cloth reinforced Epoxy)
FR-4Mil- I- 24768/ 27 GEE-FIndustrial thermoset (Glass-cloth reinforced Epoxy) Fire Retardant Grade of G-10
G-11Mil- I- 24768/3 GEBIndustrial thermoset (Glass-cloth reinforced Epoxy)
FR-5Mil- I- 24768/28 GEB-FIndustrial thermoset (Glass-cloth reinforced Epoxy)Fire Retardant Grade of G-11
G5Mil- I- 24768/8 GMGIndustrial thermoset (Glass-cloth reinforced Melamine)
G9Mil- I- 24768/1 GMEIndustrial thermoset (Glass-cloth reinforced Melamine)
G7Mil- I- 24768/17 GSGIndustrial thermoset (Glass-cloth reinforced Silicone)
GPO-1Mil- I- 24768/4 GPO1Industrial thermoset (Glass-mat reinforced Polyester)
GPO-2Mil- I- 24768/ 5 GPO2Industrial thermoset (Glass-mat reinforced Polyester)
GPO-3Mil- I- 24768/6 GPO3Industrial thermoset (Glass-mat reinforced Polyester)

These properties are for evaluation purposes only. This information is not to be construed as a warranty, guarantee or assurance that you may achieve the same results. Materials made from different resin types, manufacturing techniques and manufacturers will react differently. The information should be used to compare against other materials only, and each user should make his own tests to determine suitability. No warranty as to this materials suitability are either expressed nor implied.

Kynar® –  PVDF

Kynar® – PVDF

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PVDF – Kynar®

Kynar® 740 and HD1000 have excellent chemical resistance

Polyvinylidene Fluoride

PVDF – Arkema Kynar®

This extremely chemical resistant material is used in high purity fluid handling systems and parts.

PVDF material has excellent abrasion resistance, nuclear radiation resistance, and unsurpassed chemical resistance.

Used extensively in applications for extremely low moisture absorption and resistance to virtually all chemicals and solvents.

The most popular trade name is Kynar® and Kynar® 740 – made by Arkema®. The material is also available as: HD1000, Ensikem®, Tecaflon®, Mechatec® PVDF, Polystone® PVDF, Unitar®, Sustatec®, Kytec®, Symalit®, Foraflon®, Solef®, Trovidur®, and others.

PVDF materials are FM-4910 rated materials, with excellent heat and flame resistance.

We Specialize in Engineering Plastics, Mechanical Plastics and PVDF – Kynar® High Performance Plastics

PVDF and Kynar 740 sheet and rodWhy you should use PVDF – Kynar® brand:

This material has excellent abrasion and exceptional chemical resistance. Has high dielectric strength and very good mechanical strength.

  • Excellent corrosion & chemical resistance at ambient and elevated temperatures
  • Chemically inert and extremely high purity
  • 300 degrees F continuous use temperature
  • Low permeability to gases and liquids
  • Excellent balance of strength, toughness and abrasion resistance
  • FDA, USDA, 3A, FM4910 and USP VI compliant
  • Offers excellent strength, rigidity and machinability
  • PVDF is ITAR compliant, and PVDF is RoHS compliant

Frequently used in:

  • High Purity Fluid Processing Systems
  • Fluid sensors, manifolds and valves
  • Chemical processing and storage parts
  • Liquid chromatography components
  • Bearings and bushings
  • DI water systems

Materials available as:

Sheet:
.250″ – 4″ in Natural (Ivory – Tan) in 24″ X 48″
Rod:
375″ – 6″ diameter in Natural (Ivory – Tan) up to 120″ lengths (.250″ – 2.50″)

Typical Resin Properties for Kynar - PVDF

These Properties are for evaluation purposes only. This information is not to be construed as a warranty, guarantee or assurance that you may achieve the same results. Materials made from different resin types, manufacturing techniques and manufacturers will react differently. The information should be used to compare against other materials only, and each user should make his own tests to determine suitability. No warranty as to this materials suitability are either expressed nor implied.

Conductive – ESD Products

Conductive – ESD Products

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Anti- static, Conductive, E.S.D. (Electro Static Discharge)

Please specify Anti-static, Conductive or E.S.D material

Various plastics with additives or fillers to add levels of conductivity.These materials are frequently in sensitive electronic and spark sensitive applications such as hard drive and memory fixtures, computer work surfaces, part moving systems, and chemical storage areas. This material has an excellent range of machinable materials offering various levels of conductivity. From Anti-Static to fully conductive, they can eliminate the need for using metals in sensitive applications where any static is unacceptable.

  • Good to Excellent Machining
  • Low co-efficient of Friction with various levels of conductivity
  • Dimensionally stable and anti-slough properties yield excellent performance
  • Static – The curse of the electronics industry
  • Wide range of materials and fillers (additives) produce limitless choices of end use properties

A wide variety of ESD, Conductive, and Static Dissipating materials are available. Due to the range of materials and conductivity levels, we request you contact us for your specific requirements. Here are some common trade names for the ESD, Conductive and Static Control materials:

Tecaform SD, Hydel PE17, Hydel PC-P ESD, Hydel PC7, Tecapeek PVX, Sintimid ESD 23, Krefine ESD PEEK, Tempalux CN, PES CN, Pomalux CN, Pomalux SD, Semitron ESD 225, Semitron, Absylux SD, Absylux CN, Lennite CN, Tivar 1000 Antistatic, Zelux SD, Zelux CN, Kynar SD, Kynar CN, and many more.

Please contact us for more details.

Why you should use Conductive Materials:

  • Static Removed from wearing areas
  • ESD and/or Conductive Fixtures For Electronic Applications
  • Static Discharge or Conductive Without Using Metals
  • Fills of Carbon Fiber,Carbon Powder, Stainless Steel, and Non-Carbon based Homogeneous Materials
  • Light Weight, Machinable and ESD In One Material
  • ESD products are ITAR compliant, and ESD products are RoHS compliant
Applications – Frequently used in:

  • Fixtures around sensitive electronic components
  • Tooling for working on electric materials
  • Protection and shipping of sensitive electronic components

Three common terms used to subdivide ESD with materials based on their surface resistance are:

  • Anti-Static–pertaining to a material or procedure that disperses, or inhibits the accumulation of, static charges
  • Conductive– surface resistance of less than 1 x 10 5 ohms/square
  • Dissipative– surface resistance of more than 1 x 10 5 ohms/square but less than 1 x10 11 ohms/square.

Material Available As:

Sheet, Rod and Film:

Call for details on specific Materials or Applications Common Materials Available (many others available, please call)

MaterialMaterial
ABS- Carbon Fiber FilledPolycarbonate- Stainless Steel Filled
ABS- Carbon Powder FilledPolypropylene- Carbon Fiber Filled
ABS- Non-Carbon Fiber FilledPolypropylene- Carbon Powder Filled
Acetal- Carbon Fiber FilledPolypropylene- Non-Carbon Powder Filled
Acetal- Non-Carbon Fiber FilledPVDF(Kynar)Carbon Fiber Filled
Acetal- Stainless Steel FilledPVDF(Kynar)-Carbon Powder Filled
PES (Polyethersulfone)- Carbon Fiber FilledUHMW- Carbon Powder Filled Polycarbonate
Ultem -Carbon Fiber Filled

Typical Resin Properties:

MaterialsSpecific GravityD792Izod Impact – NotchedD256Tensile Elongation – %D256Surface Resistivity (ohms/sq)D257
ABS – Carbon Fiber1.091.03.0102 –106
ABS – Carbon Powder1.131.610.0102 –106
ABS – Non – Carbon Alloy1.036.013.0109 –1011
Acetal – Carbon Fiber1.440.93.0102 –106
Acetal – Non – Carbon Alloy1.331.33.5109 –1011
Acetal – Stainless Steel1.500.7N/A102 –106
PES – Carbon Fiber1.400.945.0102 –106
Polycarbonate – Carbon Fiber1.291.55.0107 –1012
Polycarbonate – Carbon Fiber (conductive)1.321.45.0103 –106
Polycarbonate – Stainless Steel (conductive)1.261.87.0101 –105
Polypropylene – Carbon Fiber.951.05.0102 –106
Polypropylene – Carbon Powder1.00No Break25.0102 –106
Polypropylene – Non-Carbon Alloy.941.4200109 –1011
industrial performance plastic sheets and rods

Properties are for evaluation purposes only. This information is not to be construed as a warranty, guarantee or assurance that you may achieve the same results. Materials made from different resin types, manufacturing techniques and manufacturers will react differently. The information should be used to compare against other materials only, and each user should make his own tests to determine suitability. No warranty as to this materials suitability are either expressed nor implied.

Acetal Copolymer

Acetal Copolymer

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Acetal Materials

Acetal Copolymer / Dupont Delrin® 150SA Homopolymer

Which Acetal material should you use? (POM)

  • Both Acetal Copolymer and Delrin® 150SA Homopolymer are FDA Compliant
  • Both are very stiff and have excellent dimensional stability
  • Are Self Lubricating, Abrasion Resistance, and Excellent Wear properties
  • Available in Natural, Black and Blue. Custom colors also available.
  • Cuts extremely well with standard cutting tools
  • Delrin® AF (PTFE Filled), Glass Filled, and Specialty Grades Available
  • Delrin® 150SA Homopolymer have similar properties and frequently replace: Noryl®Nylon®, and PET or PBT materials
  • Acetal and Delrin® are High Tech Performance Plastics

Some reasons to choose Homopolymer vs. Copolymer

Both Acetal (POM) grades have very similar properties. Our clients seem to prefer the Dupont brand name Homopolymer materials because of the superior physical properties. The issues that lead clients to the Copolymer is a slightly lower cost, and the minor inherent center-line porosity in the Delrin® 150SA Homopolymer grade.

Dupont™ Delrin ® is a popular acetal homopolymer brand name and the most commonly used acetal homopolymer.

The Delrin® 150SA is a brand name of Dupont, and it is often referred to as POM-H or Acetal Homopolymer. Common brand or trade names for extruded Acetal sheet and rod materials include: Tecaform® AH, SUSTARIN® C, ZL® 900-C, Pomalux®, Unital®, Mechatec Acetal®, Acetron® and many more. This excellent mechanical plastic material is also referred to as: Acetal Copolymer rod, Copolymer Acetal rod, Copolymer Plastic Rod, Acetal Copolymer vs Acetal Homopolymer, Homopolymer Acetal rod, Acetal Homopolymer rod, and many others.

Specializing in Wholesale Acetal and Delrin Engineering Plastics, Mechanical Plastics and High Performance Plastics

**Note:  Delrin® is a registered Trademark of Dupont

**See also: Alignable Acetal – Delrin Page

 

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Why you should use Acetal/ Delrin®

  • Both the Dupont Delrin® and Acetal Copolymer are FDA Compliant
  • They are very stiff and have excellent dimensional stability
  • Are self-lubricating, abrasion-resistant, and have excellent wear properties
  • Cuts extremely well with standard cutting tools
  • Delrin® AF (PTFE Filled), Glass Filled and Specialty Grades Available
  • Delrin® Rod and Plate have similar properties and frequently replace: Noryl®Nylon and PET materials

Some reasons to choose Homopolymer vs. Copolymer

Both POM grades have very similar properties. Our clients seem to prefer the Acetal over the Homopolymer materials due to the inherent center-line porosity in the Delrin® Homo-polymer version. This means, that along the center of a rod, or the middle of a sheet, there is a band of area with tiny porous holes. This can weaken or cause problems with a finished part, and in extreme cases, you may see blow by or leakage at this center line. While Delrin® is a brand name, it is a POM Homo-polymer.

The most requested and popular item we supply is the Acetal; the POM Copolymer resin made by one of the other big resin manufacturers – like BASF or Celanese/Tacona.

Both Delrin and Acetal are ITAR compliant, and Delrin and Acetal are RoHS compliant.

The most requested and popular item we supply is the Acetal; the POM Co-polymer resin made by one of the other big resin manufacturers – like BASF or Celanese/Tacona.

Both of these premium performance plastic resins are readily available. If you would prefer the Delrin® brand Sheet or Rod, drop us a line, send us an email – we will be happy to ship the requested material for you. We don’t make judgments on the suitability of material for your application, we just supply what you, our clients ask for. Please, just let us know ahead of time if you have a preference. There are a few other names we hear when people are looking for Delrin®, like Delron, Delran, Delrun, Delren, and many more. Just let us know, and we will be happy to supply a high quality Delrin® brand or Copolymer Acetal product.

Want more information on the differences?  Acetal Compared With Delrin®  and Use The Best Wholesale Acetal Rod and Delrin® Rod Supplier. Natural Acetal Copolymer Rod Now Available up to 24″ in Diameter

Still not sure Delrin® or Acetal is the proper material for your application, consult our free Plastic Materials Selection Guide.

Industrial Plastic Supply proudly stocks Acetal and Dupont Delrin 150SA from these premium manufacturers:

Ensinger® Plastics for Dupont Delrin 150SA and Tecaform AH Copolymer Acetal

Rochling® Plastics for Dupont Delrin 150SA and Sustarin C Copolymer Acetal

Z/L Plastics® for Dupont Delrin 150SA and ZL® 900 series Copolymer Acetal

And many more ‘American Made’ quality plastic manufacturers.

Both Delrin and Acetal are ITAR compliant, and Delrin and Acetal are RoHS compliant.

Acetal materials are excellent machining materials – a favorite of machinists. Works like a soft brass, and has exceptional dimensional stability. It comes as a stress relieved material, however if you plan to do extensive machining, you may need to stress relieve the parts prior to final pass. Rods are machined well in lathe and mill, sheets are machined or cut in most common machine tools.

  • Excellent Machining
  • Low co-efficient of Friction
  • Very low moisture resistance

The work horse of the mechanical plastics family, it is one of the most popular grades of material we supply. Other brand or trade names: Pomalux®, Acetron®, Ensital®, Unital®, Tecaform®, Ultraform®, Celcon®, BASF®, Hostaform®, Ticona®, and Dupont Delrin®. Occasionally we are asked for the difference between Acetal and HDPE – here is an explanationApplications – Frequently used in:

  • Wear and Slide machined parts from Rod and Plate
  • FDA, NSF, 3-A, and USDA Compliant Machined Parts
  • Easily machined parts for water / moisture environments
  • Critical tolerance and dimensionally stable parts
  • 185 degrees F Continuous Temperature Environments
  • Rod and Rods, Sheet and Sheets for numerous applications

Acetal Sheet and Rod Specifications:

In stock we normally carry one of these resins: BASF Ultraform® H4320, Kepital® F10-02, or Hostaform® M25. Current Certifications and Specifications used for Acetal – Delrin®: FDA, USDA, NSF, ASTM D6778 Superseded or out dated Specifications for Acetal – Delrin®: L-P-392, ASTM D4181

Materials Available As

Delrin® Sheet – Delrin®Plate or Acetal Sheet – Acetal Plate: .062″ – 6.0″ up to 48″ X 120″ in Natural (White) and Black.

Acetal sheet and Acetal Plate thickness normally in stock: .125″, .187″, .250″, .312″, .375″, .500″, .625″, .750″, .875″, 1.0″, 1.250″, 1.500″, 1.750″, 2.0″, 2.250″, 2.500″, 2.750″, 3.0″, 3.250″, 3.50″, 3.750″, 4.0″, 4.50″, 5.0″ and larger

Delrin® AF Sheet and Plate: .062″ – 3.0″ thick in 24″ X 48″, brown in color

Delrin® AF Rod: .250″ – 10″ diameter rod in up to 120″ lengths, brown in color

Film: .005″ – .062″ up to 24″ wide in Natural (White) and Black (minimums may apply)

Acetal Rod and Rods: .125″ – 10″ diameter in Natural (White) and Black up to 120″ lengths For Colored Acetal – Delrin Rod® Read Here.

Acetal Rod diameters normally in stock: .125″, .187″, .250″, .312″, .375″, .437″, .500″, .562″, .625″, .750″, .875″, 1.0″, 1.125″, 1.250″, 1.375″, 1.500″, 1.625″, 1.750″, 2.0″, 2.250″, 2.500″, 2.750″, 3.0″, 3.250″, 3.50″, 3.750″, 4.0″, 4.50″, 5.0″ and many more – up to 20.0″ diameter rod is available!

Special Formulations: Conductive, Static Dissipative, PTFE-TFE Filled, Glass Reinforced, Custom Sizes, Formulations, or Colors Occasionally we are asked for the difference between Acetal and HDPE – here is an explanation.

Typical Resin Properties:

General PropertyASTM TestTypical Value Unfilled Delrin® Homo-PolymerTypical Value Unfilled Co-PolymerTypical Value Delrin® AF
Specific GravityD7921.421.401.50
Tensile Strength YieldD6389,600 – 11,0009,000 – 10,2007,600
Tensile ModulusD638450,000400,000400,000
Izod Impact – NotchedD2561.21.00.9
Hardness – RockwellD785M94M90M89
Deflection Temp @ 264psiD648257220260
Deflection Temp @ 66 psiD648347335347
Water Absorption @ 24 hrs%0.240.250.20
Co. Thermal ExpansionD6966.83X10-55.4X10-55.0X10-5
Acetal Copolymer Sheet and Rod

Properties are for evaluation purposes only. This information is not to be construed as a warranty, guarantee or assurance that you may achieve the same results. Materials made from different resin types, manufacturing techniques and manufacturers will react differently. The information should be used to compare against other materials only, and each user should make his own tests to determine suitability. No warranty as to this materials suitability are either expressed nor implied.

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Called and spoke to Jasmine and she was very helpful! Had just left another local plastics supplier annoyed with the help and quote they had just given me. She was MUCH nicer to deal with, and gave me a MUCH better price and a less than 2 day turnaround compared to 2 weeks from the other guys…Looks like IPS will be my new go to for all my plastic related projects!
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1/11/2021

Called and spoke to Jasmine and she was very helpful! Had just left another local plastics supplier annoyed with the help and quote they had just given me. She was MUCH nicer to deal with, and gave me a MUCH better price and a less than 2 day turnaround compared to 2 weeks from the other guys…Looks like IPS will be my new go to for all my plastic related projects!

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