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Florida custom extrusion is some of the most complex and beautiful work in the plastic industry that I've seen in a long time. It is not so common that businesses can trust their plastic suppliers these days, but this is not the case with Florida.
Our country within the last ten years finally decided to become more eco-conscious. With most of our citizens taking their time recycling more often, not taking part in littering of any sort, and thinking of easier biodegradable packaging for their product we’ve just started a long journey to recovery.
You may be familiar with the term PVC, especially in relation to things like construction, the most common form being PVC pipes. But, do you know anything else about the material, or how much is made and how much we've come to rely on it?
With having a strong second opening of a plastic manufacturing business that has been my side project for quite some time, I plan to spread the word to not only make my business profit but to rid the world of harmful processes and supply a “greener” alternative.
Adhesive tape, window frames, piping, wire installation, and even plastic sheeting are all products of plastic extrusion. Have you ever heard of such a thing?
There's no doubt that life would be very different if it weren't for the various contributions to plastic injection molding. I mean, think about the number of things in your house that would be impossible without the process! Everything from your child's toys to the window frames around your house have gone through plastic injection molding.
The plastic extrusion process is not something to take for granted, as is usually the case in today's age. We have grown up living so comfortably that it is easy for us to forget that things have not always been that way. In the last few decades, our demand for plastic has increased at least tenfold, and what we knew in the 1920's could never suffice now in 2010!
Since venturing into the plastic manufacturing field, I have learned such a variety of things about the subject. Upon looking for where to start, I thought it might be most ideal to research the history of the process...
Not much is known by the majority of the population when it comes to things like injection molding. I have recently been delving into the subject and have come up with a number of things to spark my interest and the interest of my fellow students.
I was at a point in my life where I wanted to see what it was like to do something I'd never done before. I wanted to see how things so simple that I see in everyday use were made, and who it was that made them!
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