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Comparison Table for Plastics.

Machinist-Materials, Plastics Comparison Table. Stainless comparison Table: Materials for sale listings:
A handy table so that you can compare some plastic materials. On of the main reasons that we put this table on the website is to help with your understanding of some of these less known materials. Disclaimer: These values have been gleaned from dozens of sources including manufacturer literature, websites, Machinery Handbook, and others. They are believe to be correct, we would not suggest using this information as a sole source for engineering decisions. Users should contact specific manufacturers for detailed and specific information for specific materials. Many manufacturers have substituted other materials for projects that used to call for Delrin , they do this because some of these materials are actually better in some specification for a job and also many of these materials can offer a more cost effective solution. For us Delrin moves very quickly therefore the price is substantially higher. While many of the Nylons' are just as suitable a material for many projects and the cost is less. For outside applications UV stable HDPE products like King Starboard , Seaboard and others are attracting a lot of attention for its durability and ease of fabrication.

Delrin

is a registered trademark of DuPont. is a registered trademark of King Plastics.

Starboard

Many have asked about gluing Starboard or other marine HDPE materials. Here is a link to some information from King Plastics: http://www.kingstarboard.com/main.php?link=glue.htm

Find mo e info ma ion on ge ing o US T adema k Hydex

o n adema k online.

is a registered trademark of A. L. Hyde Company

We hank In e S a e Pla ic fo m ch of hi info ma ion. Properties for clear materials >>>>> go o he fa igh of he able. Le an and H od a e pol ca bona e . Pe pe ,

Thermal Forming: he e i

a ba ic p ime on he mal fo ming: I i fo ac lic b he info ma ion i ill info ma i e fo ABS, S ene, pol ca bona e and o he . The eem o mo e hei page a o nd and b eak hi link. Yo can go di ec l o he Bay Plastics Si e and h n if he link doe no o k.

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We have found another fabrication guide that might be of interest, this one is in PDF format. This one is produced and published by 3formtm http://3-form.com/fabrication_techniques.pdf 3formtm is a company that specializes in textured clear/translucent panels of PETG. Their fabrication information is still applicable to other polymer materials. Specific gra it or hether not something floats in ater: water has a specific gravity of 1.0 by definition. This is pure H2O at 62 degrees F. Our density field for the table is in pounds/cubic inch. The density of water is 0.036085 pounds per cubic inch. The estimated density of salt water is 0.0371676 pounds per cubic inch at 62 degrees F. If the material in the table is heavier per cubic inch it sinks, and lighter per cubic, inch it floats.
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Comparison Table for Plastics.

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Pol phen lene O ide-St rene Pol phen lene O ide-St rene
30% glass filled

St rene

N lons

Another ASTM table for Noryl Propert Units ABS Nor l PPO Nor l 30% glass filled

N lon MD & MDS

N lon 6 or N latron, Unfilled

N lon NSM

N lon GSM

Water Absorption (24 Hours) Water Absorption (Saturation) Tensile Strength (73 F) Flexural Strength (73 F) Compressive Strength (10% Deflection) Shear Strength (73 F) Impact Strength, Notched Izod (73 F)

0.3

.07

.06

1.2

1.2

.25

1.2

0.7

.20

6.5

9.0

7.0

6.5

PSI

6,500

9,600

17,800

12,500

12,400

11,000

12,500

PSI

11,000

13,500

20,000

16,400

14,000

16,000

16,400

PSI

6,750

10,000

12,000

14,000

10,000

PSI

11,000

9,600

10,000

11,000

FtLbs/In.

5.0

2.3

.8 - 1.0

1.2

0.5

.8 - 1.0

Propert

Units

ABS

Nor l

Nor l 30% glass filled

N lon MD

N latron, Unfilled

N lon NSM

N lon GSM

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Elongation at

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Elongation at Break (73 F) Tensile Modulus of Elasticity (73 F) Flexural Modulus of Elasticity (73 F) Hardness Rockwell & Burnell (73 F) Density Coefficient of Friction (Dynamic) Wear Factor (K)

20

30

50

90

20

50

PSI

320,000

350,000

400,000

400,000

410,000

400,000

PSI

330,000

360,000

1,100,000

400,000

410,000

475,000

400,000

Various Scales

R105

R119

L108

R120

R120

R110

R120

Lbs/cubic In

0.037

.039

.049

0.041

0.0415

0.0415

.0418

None

.39

.35

0.35

.18

.35

In-min/ Ft-LbsHr PSI/ FPM

72

83

Limiting PV

3,000

2,700 N latron, Unfilled

12,300

3,000

Propert

Units

ABS

Nor l

Nor l 30% glass filled

N lon MD

N lon NSM

N lon GSM

Abrasion Resistance Index Coefficient of Linear Thermal Expansion Continuous Service Temperature - in Air (max.) Deflection Temperature (264 PSI)

None

54

In/In/F

4.0x105

3.3x105

1.4x105

5.0x105

5.0x105

5.9x103

5.0x105

185

220

220

212

212

200

212

220

265

265

200

194

200

200
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(264 PSI) Melting Point Deformation Under Load (2000 PSI, 122 F) Dielectric Strength % F -

Comparison Table for Plastics.

310

310

430

491

420

430

.75

2.0

.75

Volts/ Mil

450

500

530

550

400 N latron, Unfilled

550

Propert

Units

ABS

Nor l

Nor l 30% glass filled

N lon MD

N lon NSM

N lon GSM

Dielectric Constant (1 kHz) Dielectric Constant (1 MHz) Dielectric Constant (60 Hz) Volume Resistively

None

2.87

3.7

4.1

3.7

None

3.7

4.0

3.7

None

2.7

3.2

3.7

3.4

3.7

OhmCM

10-17

10-17

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