Please visit: SABIC
One Plastics Ave.
Pittsfield, MA 01201 US
Chinese producer of polysulfone teams up with North American plastics distributor to help alleviate supply crunch.
SABIC's new grades of PC copolymers enabe injection-moldable lightweight aircraft interior parts.
Large-scale additive manufacturing is disrupting the (already disruptive) 3D printing field.
Blow molded spoilers, high- and low-gloss door trim, and 2-shot chrome and paint highlighted in the process/assembly enabling technologies category.
Three chassis/hardware and two powertrain innovative applications bear mention.
Two novel injection molded components and a blow molded one made possible by modified or new materials.
Of the nine award categories, thermoplastics captured five winners.
Reportedly outperforms alternatives for complex thermoforming applications.
The Pittsfield era is over for engineering plastics.
SABIC's integrated window lighting exploration includes both decorative and functional aspects.
SABIC's new PC film resin is said to be virtually unbreakable.
Aftermarket category added to 2015 SPE Auto Innovation Awards
Thermoplastics as well as 3D printing were hot topics during CAMX 2015.
With its impending move to Houston next year as part of its global restructuring, it will be interesting to follow SABIC's next move.
SABIC's new suite of compounds offer different combinations of dielectric constant (Df) and dielectric dissipation factor (Df) performance.
SABIC's newest thermoplastic truck fairing design concept set to outperform earlier commercial designs.
The design for the first road-ready 3D-printed car.
In its entry into the only international competition for excellence in aircraft interior innovation, SABIC wins award.
Relive NPE2015 through photos taken by the Plastics Technology staff.
Sabic is expanding the company’s application development focus in additive manufacturing technology.