Here is an informative timeline infographic from the guys at Globe Packaging that provides lots of information about the history of plastic. The piece is broken down into sections including here the story begins, from celluloid to synthetic plastic, from polyvinyl chloride to PET and from polyethylene bags to modern plastic. Via The Local Brand
Here is a great looking infographic from the guys at New Berlin Plastics which highlights the primary benefits of metal-to-plastic conversion and why so many have embraced replacing metal with plastic. View information about thermoplastic production benefits, how plastics can be tailored to meet your precise requirements and more.
Here is a fantastic infographic from the Wisconsin based company called New Berlin Plastics providing information about things you should consider during the initial design process for plastic injection moulding. Learn about why you should design to manufacture, anticipate draft, address wall thickness and more by reading this piece.
Here is an interesting infographic produced by the website AV Plastics that takes a look at manufacturing and sustainability in plastics. The infographic provides information about materials, regeneration, biodegradables, bioplastics and more. We hope that you enjoy this piece and please share it on social media.
Got an interesting infographic here from the people at AV Plastics that is full of useful information about injection moulding. Learn about the injection moulding process, the benefits of good injection moulding product design, the injection moulding strategy and more by reading this piece.
Here we have a helpful infographic from the Australia based company ASP Plastics that offers lots of information about plastic. The piece includes info about how plastic is made, what is plastic, how plastic is disposed of and how plastic is used.
Here is an excellent infographic from the insulation systems website called UniTherm that is packed with information about the history of plastic. This timeline piece starts off in 1862 when Alexander Parks demonstrated an organic material derived from cellulose that when heated, moulded and cooled could retain an entirely new shape and goes all the way through to 2001 when […]