Other benefits include its light weight and the fact that and it is relatively inexpensive. Furthermore, it has a high level of resistance to corrosive chemicals and does not contain any known carcinogens although it is not recommended for medical implants. ABS is commonly used to make computer keyboard keys, pipes, car body parts, protective headwear, musical instruments, heads for golf clubs, and LEGO building bricks.
ABS is a versatile, inexpensive thermoplastic which can be used in a wide variety of applications and has the great advantage that it can be recycled. At Stephens Injection Moulding we frequently use ABS on its own or in combination with other thermoplastics, and our experienced team will be happy to advise you as to whether it is the right choice for your plastic injection moulding project.
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