Case Studies: PP Applications

Windshield Repair Fixture

Repairing chips and minor cracks in automotive windshields has become a colorful job for field repair technicians at Speedy Auto & Window Glass. Continue reading

Skateboard

Bell Innovative Products of Sylmar, CA would like to shed some light on the world of extreme sports, or at least some extreme light on the sport of skateboarding. Continue reading

Canoe Seat

We-no-nah Canoe, the world’s largest maker of ultra-light and high-performance canoes and touring kayaks, was born from a lifelong devotion to paddling by its owner, Mike Cichanowski. Continue reading

Dive Reel

The revolutionary reel abandons heavy stainless steel in favor of a non-corrosive, reinforced polypropylene compound from RTP Company. Continue reading

Bicycle Hand Break

Professional bicycle teams throughout Europe rely on sturdy, cutting edge hand brake mechanisms from MAVIC S.A. in Saint Trivier sur Moignans, France. Continue reading

Antistatic Storage Containers

Shippers rely on antistatic containers to provide electrostatic discharge (ESD) protection when transfering sensitive components from electronics parts to automotive airbag detonators and high explosives. Continue reading

Cases for Electronics

When one of their top distributors, Faes BV of Bladel, needed a static dissipating material for suitcase-type carriers, SPI BV of Eersel, Netherlands knew what to do. Continue reading

ESD Shelf Support

Pictured is a storage system for reticle boxes. Reticles are the master pattern of the circuitry that is exposed by a photolithographic process onto semiconductor chips. Precision Robots, Inc. Continue reading

Circuit Board Rack

K & R Associates, Inc., of Lawrenceville, N.J., produces Max-Rak, an assembly line rack for up to 25 printed circuit boards ranging from 0.031-inch to 0.125-inch thick. Continue reading

Vibratory Expiratory Pressure Device

DHD Healthcare helps clear the air for patients suffering respiratory difficulties with their new acapella® choice vibratory positive expiratory pressure (PEP) system. Continue reading