Plastic. It’s everywhere and you want to be more involved in it. At this point, you likely see “plastic” as a very generic term, like the IUPAC does:
“Generic term used in the case of polymeric material that may contain other substances to improve performance and/or reduce costs.”
- International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry
There’s a heck of a lot more to it than I could have ever imagined and it’s definitely impressive. On top of that, though, it’s a bit complicated, especially when it comes to knowing how to cut, bend, mold and assemble the pieces with all of the right products and methods.
Perhaps you’re here because you have questions pertaining to one or more of the above items and you didn’t know where to start. Maybe you’ve got a DIY project at home that isn’t coming together the way you want. Our hope is to offer a helping hand as you venture down this new road or get you back on track with your future-masterpiece. We’d like to offer some insight from a perspective of someone who is still learning about the industry.
If you’re an expert and would like to provide some of your input, or you’re new like me and have more questions, feel free to leave comments on the articles. I’ll do my very best to respond. If I don’t know the answer, I’ll get one from the pro’s.
Welcome to the Paragon Plastics Blog, your home of pro-tips and plastic education!
Warning: If an abundance of alliterations affect you adversely, as in, feeling anxious, nauseous, dizzy, angry or hungry, take your prescribed medication or consider leaving this blog. We find them to be unnecessary and comical. We won’t apologize for it.
You’ve been warned.