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Material (PLASTIC) needed

Material (PLASTIC) needed

Material (PLASTIC) needed


I am designing a tool holder for a motorcycle, that will come in contact with many chemicals on and around the motorcycle.
I have selected HDPE to manufacture it out of injection moulding.
Is there any other materials (plastic) that I could use.??? smile2smile2

RE: Material (PLASTIC) needed

I would look at glass filled nylons.


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RE: Material (PLASTIC) needed

Why is that?

RE: Material (PLASTIC) needed

Nylon is very resilient. It's considered 'tough'. The glass added to it makes it considerably stronger - same as rock in concrete.

Keith Cress
kcress - http://www.flaminsystems.com

RE: Material (PLASTIC) needed

Okay cheers

RE: Material (PLASTIC) needed

Actually I think you could try PP too. It is widely used to produce this kind of box/case in China. ABS is expensive, while PE is not so tough like PP.

Expert of nucleating agents

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