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ABS is a versatile, impact-resistant material that is easy to add color to and construct things with. What is ABS used for? ABS is commonly used for vacuum forming, 3D printing, protective equipment, hardware, and everybodys favorite interlocking building blocks (Lego). ABS - Industrial Plastic Supply, Inc., Anaheim, CA 866-832

  • OverviewReviewsThe machine grade (.125- 6.0) Absylux ABS sheet is smooth on both sides and is either Black or Natural in color (colors like straw, tan, ivory, and beige can be special ordered). Material is easily cut with common cutting tools, can be machined similar to woods or soft metals (brass), and is appropriate for CNC machining.Textured General Purpose ABS Sheet In StockFull 48" x 96" ABS Plastic sheets are also in stock and will be shipped on a freight delivery truck. Cutting to your size can save on shipping costs. Actual Sheet Size is approx. 24" x 48". Due to saw cut, width may be 23.75" to 24"+ wide, and length may be 47.75" to 48"+ wide. Note:ABS Plastic in Engineering grade is also available.

    ABS Plastic Sheet & Rod ABS Plastics

    ABS machinable plastic is a tough, rigid thermoplastic material with high impact strength. It is easily machined and ideal for turning, drilling, milling, sawing, die-cutting and shearing. ABS provides a balanced combination of mechanical toughness, wide temperature range, good dimensional stability, chemical resistance, electrical insulating properties, and ease of fabrication. ABS SHEET NATURAL MACHINE GRADEABS plastic is known for its toughness, rigid thermoplasticity and strength. ABS is easily machined and ideal for turning, drilling, milling, sawing, die-cutting and shearing. ABS can be cut with standard at-home power tools, and line bent with standard heat strips. Heat ABS Sheet and ABS Rods - Stock Shapes from Professional ABS Plastic (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene) is a thermoplastic material that possesses medium strength and performance at medium cost. ABS is available in two basic types:Thermoforming Grade, and Machine Grade. Thermoforming grades of ABS Sheet range from unfilled general purpose (GP), to flame retardant versions (FR).

    HDPE Plastic Material & Properties Characteristics

    HDPE (high density polyethylene) is available in sheet and rod for applications that require greater strength and stiffness than LDPE (low density polyethylene).It is easy to fabricate and weld using thermoplastic welding equipment and is an excellent choice for fabricated water tanks and chemical tanks.. HDPE is also available in a variety of additional grades for applications including FDA Industrial Plastic Laser Cutting - Laser Machining Plastic Laser Cutting. The Multicam 2000 has a working area of 60 x 100 and is capable of cutting and polishing up to 1 thick acrylic. This amazing laser cutting machine will complement the extensive list of other CNC equipment Emco Plastics currently employs in its fabrication department. Machine Grade ABS Plastic - ABS Machine Grade Rods ABS machine grade is an economical engineering plastic that is easy to machine and fabricate. The three compounds that makeup ABS are acrylonitrile, butadiene and styrene plastic. ABS is an ideal material for structural applications when impact resistance, strength, and stiffness are required. It is widely used for machining pre-production prototypes since it has excellent dimensional stability and is

    eFunda Polymers:Listing of Acrylonitrile-Butadiene

    ABS, transparent, injection molding grade. 12. ABS, 20% glass fiber reinforced, injection molding grade. 13. ABS, 30% glass fiber reinforced, injection molding grade. 14. ABS, 20% long glass fiber reinforced, injection molding grade. 15. ABS, 40% long glass fiber reinforced, injection molding grade. 16. ABS, 6% stainless steel fiber, EMI shielding (conductive). 17.ABS Shipbuilding Steel Grade A B D E SpecificationABS Common Strength Shipbuilding Steel Grade Overview. The common strength shipbuilding structure steel is divided into four grades A, B, C, and D. The yield strength of these four grades of steel (not less than 235N/mm^2) and the tensile strength (400~520N/mm^2) are the same. , but the impact energy at different temperatures is different; High-strength hull structure steels are classified according to their minimum yield strength, and each strength grade