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Pumpkin Spice-Flavored Amorphous Plastics?

Back in July, we announced our new penguin-shaped plastic material performance chart. It compares the temperature range, relative cost, and performance characteristics of common crystalline and amorphous plastic resins. (Why penguin-shaped, you ask? Because it’s more fun than a boring old triangle or pyramid). The response was overwhelming – a lot of people downloaded the penguin chart. So, since we’ve added new people to our mailing list since then (and in case you missed the original), we decided to dress [...]

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