We’re your source for specialty plastics. You can choose from raw sheets, tubes and bars, or we can cut your plastic to size. We also offer bending, threading and other plastic fabrication services if you’d like to save time and have us handle the prep work. Of course, we offer full or partial CNC machining of your order.
We make it easy for you to buy specialty plastics. You don’t have to worry about meeting a manufacturer’s threshold for bulk buyers. We’ll give you the quantity of plastic you need, no matter how large or small, at a fair price.
You get something extra when you purchase plastic from us—expertise. We take the time to answer any questions you have about which plastic is best for your project. And when you ask us questions, we draw on our decades of experience working with specialty plastics. We’ve learned hands-on how the materials perform in all sorts of settings, and we pass that knowledge on to you.
We’ll deliver your order to your door fast, cut to size and ready to use. No need to spend time and money on a truck and driver.
Choose from any of the materials below. If you don’t see something, please call us—we work with virtually all plastic producers, and we’re always adding new specialty plastics.
Acetal copolymer (POM)
Acetal homopolymer (POM)
Cellulose Acetate (CAB)
Closed Cell Foam
Epoxy Glass Laminates
Expanded PVC Sheet
Glazing / Greenhouse
Heat Shrinkable Tubing
|Hydcor® – see PVC
Low Density Polyethylene (LDPE)
MD Nylon (molybdenum disulfide filled)
Medical Grade Plastics
Open Cell Foam
Polycast GP® Sheet
Polyetherimide (PEI / ULTEM®)
Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET)
|Polyphenylene Oxide (PPO)
Polyphenylene Sulphide (PPS)
Polyvinylchloride (PVC, CPVC)
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