The Universal Selection Source: Plastics & Elastomers

Electrical & Electronics

Durable, lightweight and affordable plastics have helped revolutionize the electrical and electronics products we rely on every day. Plastics have been the building blocks and stepping stones of Electrical & Electronics industry. Engineering plastics and high performance polymers progressively play a critical role in the production of electric & electronic (E/E) components.

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Paul Mastro

Tuesday Oct 24, 2017

By Paul Mastro

Maximize performance/cost ratio of PVC compounds by overcoming challenges faced when changing additives (stabilizers, lubricants…) or processing scale owing to end use or regulation requirements...

Donald Rosato

Thursday Jun 4, 2015

By Donald Rosato

Get updated on latest developments and explore new routes to address growing demand of plastics in E&E devices (light weight, heat resistant materials, recycling & reuse…) by benefiting from an...

Donald Rosato

Thursday Jun 15, 2017

By Donald Rosato

Save time with a synthetic & neutral overview of the latest developments in conductive plastics & ICPs (ESD / EMI protection, RFID tags...) and find-out new ideas for your future developments. Keep...

Chris DeArmitt

Wednesday Jun 10, 2015

By Chris DeArmitt

Increase your confidence in the plastics industry with a structured and ready-to-use overview of existing materials, technologies and key factors impacting performance/cost ratio. This is a good...

Donald Rosato

Thursday Sep 3, 2015

By Donald Rosato

Get updated on the current Photovoltaics landscape and opportunities arising from latest conductive and plastic material innovations (for front/back sheets, encapsulants, film substrates...

Michael Mastropietro

Tuesday Oct 28, 2014

By Michael Mastropietro

Optimize your printed electronics cost-efficiency by better selecting your conductive inks based on practical performance criteria (beyond producers’ resistivity claims) and applications (RFID...

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