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Why You Need Acrylic Plastic Sheets

December 15, 2016 12:14 am Published by

D&D Plastics has regular production runs for acrylic plastic sheets in Orem, UT. This material is useful is several applications, which makes the demand for it very high. In addition to providing molded plastic, we will also sell the raw material for manufacturing ventures. Here is why you should consider acrylic plastic sheets for your business: Flexibility: Acrylic works well for everything from food containers to septic tanks. It is easy to cut and manipulate, which allows you to put it to its best use. There are few industries that do not benefit from acrylic, because it works well for a variety of consumer and commercial purposes. Weather resistance: Acrylic is popular for signs, windows and skylights because it offers... View Article

How to Choose a Plastic Fabrication Company

November 20, 2016 5:03 pm Published by

The rise and prevalence of plastics created a boom in industries of all types. They have made many aspects of our lives easier in ways that we now tend to take for granted. Because of this importance and prevalence, there are now many companies that specialize in plastic fabrication, acting as a manufacturer and supplier specifically of plastic parts for other manufacturing companies. With so many choices available, how do these companies decide which plastic fabricator they are willing to work with? There are a number of factors that might go into this decision. Here are some tips about how to choose a plastic fabrication company in Orem, UT: Research their work: Know exactly what kind of work a plastic... View Article

Types of Plastic Fabrication Service

November 5, 2016 5:01 pm Published by

At D&D Plastics, we provide a wide variety of plastic fabrication services. There are quite a few different methods of plastic fabrication, each of which can be used to achieve different goals and purposes. Here are a few of those most common methods of plastic fabrication service in Orem, UT: Plastic welding: You are likely familiar with metal welding, which involves melting two or more pieces of metal together. The process is essentially the same with plastic—it’s just much easier to melt plastic. It is a particularly useful process for handling various types of thermoplastics that are otherwise unsuitable for binding with adhesives. Plastic welding can be performed by using methods such as hot gas emissions, spinning, contact welding or... View Article