The Industrial Revolution
A Little History of the Industrial Revolution
Prior to the Industrial Revolution, humans used such polymers like tar, oil, resins and gums as primary sources of material. Then, the Industrial Revolution introduced a whole new market of material to use for various industries, such as military, medical, automotive and aerospace. Synthetic polymers began a new era of manufacturing, quickly becoming a necessity to many distributors and manufacturers alike.
Today, manufacturers of plastic components and products must consider variable components in order to utilize the most suitable material for the particular application. These factors include mechanical, thermal and electrical requirements of the material.
Moreover, for many purposes, manufacturers can create an interdisciplinary material that combines two materials into one. Considering the distinct qualities of each material can help distributors, manufacturers and engineers make comprehensive decisions about how products will be designed and what materials will be selected for a given design.
Plastic Service Center and the Industries We Serve
Whatever your needs are for plastic and carbon fiber distribution, Plastic Service Center provides top-quality materials at competitive prices. And this makes it easier for you to discover the possibilities of carbon fiber for your industry.
From high engineering grades of PTFE filled nylons and acetals to commodity grades of styrenes, automotive approved, 100% color-matched, carbon fiber, etc. When it comes to plastic resins, we carry what you need. Located 20 miles north of Detroit, Michigan we distribute throughout the United States, Canada, and Mexico.
Thousands of thermoplastic resins in engineering grades, commodity, custom compounds, colorants, additives, automotive approved, generic, carbon fiber, glass fiber, stainless steel fiber, major brands, and reprocessed materials. Over 4,000,000 lbs. of the plastic resin in stock ready for immediate shipment to Minnesota, Ohio, Wisconsin, all other US states, and to Canada and Mexico.
In addition to thermoplastic resins, glass fiber, and glass beads, Plastic Service Center offers high-quality carbon fiber for your commercial needs. As mentioned previously, this material is both incredibly strong (boasting high-tensile strength) and extremely lightweight. Therefore, when used it automobiles and planes, it easily retains its structural integrity without weighing down the finished product.
Trust Plastic Service Center for Your Thermoplastic Resin, Glass Fiber, and Carbon Fiber Needs
Located in Clinton Township, Michigan, Plastic Service Center has distribution centers throughout the U.S. to help us serve our clients quickly and conveniently. We work closely with our customers to ensure high quality and competitive prices for every single order. Trust us to be your carbon fiber or plastic resin distributor, and we’ll work hard to exceed your expectations. Just give us a call (586) 307-3900 if you have questions or would like to request a quote. Or, fill out the contact form on our website.