Tacoma, Washington-- At the India Composites Show in New Delhi 1-3 Nov, General Plastics Manufacturing Co. is partnering with Aero Composites Solutions to spotlight Last-A-Foam FR-4500 tooling board and sign board.
"We are very excited about participating in the new India Composites Show, which is/and our first opportunity to showcase General Plastics products within India," said General Plastics president Bruce Lind, in a statement.
"We have already received overwhelming interest from existing and potential customers who understand the benefits of using our products for tool and die applications and in 3-D signage," Lind added.
The tooling board is a family of tough, high-density polyurethane substrates useful in making master models, rapid prototypes, mould and foundry patterns, and composite tooling - applications in which a uniform, grain-free, dimensionally stable machine-able material is desired.
General Plastics' sign board is a fine-cell-structure, high-density polyurethane foam that the company claims allows easy finishing with nearly any coating system.
This foam can also be bonded with many adhesive systems. It is available in densities ranging from 160 to 288 kg/cu.m, and in a wide range of sheet sizes and thicknesses. It can be readily finished or painted, and whether carved, routed, sandblasted or machined, it gives a uniform, grain-free, long-lasting and dimensionally stable material.