COMPUTER & ELECTRICAL PRODUCTS MFG.
Society as we know it has advanced so quickly due to the progress of the computer & electrical products manufacturing industry; everything from blenders to sophisticated computers. Plastics have played a key role in the advancement of computer and electrical technology.
Advantages of plastics
The advantages of plastics in computer & electrical industries are numerous. Plastics are relatively economical as they are easily mass produced. Plastics also contain conductive properties necessary in computer and electrical production.
Materials Utilized Within Industry
Materials used in the manufacturing of electronic components and for electrical applications include Vespel, PTFE, PEEK, Torlon, G10, Mylar and Polycarbonate
TECAFORM™ AH ID (Metal Detectable Acetal)
TECAFORM™ AH ID is the first commercially available thermoplastic that can be detected by the standard metal detection equipment typically used in food quality inspection.
Tecaform™ Acetal Copolymer
TECAFORM™ is commonly used as bushings, rollers, wear strips and other applications requiring a combination of strength, low moisture absorption, chemical resistance and dimensional stability.
OPTIX continuously processed non-glare acrylic is ideal for framing applications, signage, silkscreening and POP (point of purchase) displays.
Tecamid™ Nylon Sheets and Rods
TECAMID™ is an ideal material for metal replacement in applications whose design requirements include high strength, toughness, and weight reduction.
Machinists Tips - Milling
When face milling, use positive geometry cutter bodies. Quadrant Service & Support provides guidance when milling plastics.
TIVAR® Ceram P® UHMW-PE Plastic Sheets
Reduce maintenance downtime, extend equipment service life and reduce replacement part costs with Quadrant Engineering Plastic Products.
TECAFORM™ SAN and TECAPRO™ SAN
TECAFORM™ and TECAPRO™ SAN provide an additional safety factor in reducing incidence of bacterial contamination.
Rochling Sustaplast Polystone
Material Properties and Machining Guidelines for Polystone® G, Polystone® P–H and Polystone® P–C