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  • ABS-NA-LGF30
    LFT-G modified ABS compounds Long Glass Fiber for automotive parts
    ABS material Acrylonitrile-butadiene styrene (ABS) resin is an opaque amorphous thermoplastic engineering plastic with complex two-phase structure. It is composed of styrene, acrylonitrile and butadiene in different proportions. In the 1970s, it began to be recognized by the public and began to be used. In the 1990s, the market demand grew rapidly. At present, it should be used in domestic and foreign markets, especially in construction, home appliances, automobiles and other industries. ABS-LGF Long glass fiber is widely used in engineering plastics. Reinforced ABS composites are made by adding a certain percentage of glass fiber, with the addition of 30% to 50% glass fiber being the most common. So as to improve the mechanical properties of ABS. Such as tensile properties, bending properties, and the corresponding molding shrinkage rate is not reduced, so that the material will not stress cracking. Advantages: 1. Long glass fiber reinforced, glass fiber is a high temperature resistant material, therefore, the heat resistant temperature of reinforced plastic is much higher than before without glass fiber, especially nylon plastics 2. After long glass fiber reinforcement, due to the addition of long glass fiber, the mutual movement between polymer chains of plastic is limited, therefore, the shrinkage rate of reinforced plastics decreases a lot, and the rigidity is greatly improved. 3. After long glass fiber reinforcement, reinforced plastics will not stress crack, at the same time, the anti-impact performance of plastics is improved a lot. 4. After long glass fiber reinforcement, glass fiber is a high strength material, which also greatly improves the strength of plastic, such as: tensile strength, compression strength, bending strength, improve a lot. 5. Long glass fiber reinforced after, due to the addition of glass fiber and other additives, the combustion performance of reinforced plastics decreased a lot, most of the material can not ignite, is a kind of flame retardant material. Datasheet for reference only Processing flow Cases About Xiamen LFT-G Xiamen LFT composite plastic Co., Ltd. is a brand-name company that focuses on LFT&LFRT. Long Glass Fiber Series(LGF) & Long Carbon Fiber Series(LCF). The company's thermoplastic LFT can be used for LFT-G injection molding and extrusion, and can also be used for LFT-D molding. It can be produced according to customer requirements: 5~25mm length. The company's long-fiber continuous infiltration reinforced thermoplastics have passed ISO9001 & 16949 system certification, and the products have obtained lots of national trademarks and patents.
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  • ABS-NA-LGF
    Xiamen LFT ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene) Long Glass Fiber Reinforced Thermoplastic Compounds
    ABS is another preferred type of engineering plastic that is valued for its chemical and thermal stability, strength, toughness, and glossy finish.  Its host of desirable properties make it a versatile material.  It is used in everything from consumer products like toys and bicycle helmets to automotive applications such as interior trim pieces, housings for electronics, and more. After adding glass fiber to ABS, the rigidity, heat resistance and dimensional stability of the composite are significantly improved. In addition, the cost performance of ABS plus glass fiber is extremely good, which can meet the needs of manufacturers while reducing costs. About ABS-LGF compounds The main application scope of modified ABS: 1.  Auto parts: instrument panels, fenders, car interiors, car lights, reversing mirrors, car audio; 2.  Electronic and electrical components: IT equipment, OA equipment shells, converters, etc., power sockets, etc.; 3.  Electronic appliances: switches, power switches, controllers, monitors, monitor housings, electrical housings, electrical brackets; 4.  Home appliances: electrical components, electrical control boxes What Are the Advantages of ABS Injection Molding? The advantages of ABS injection molding are: 1. High Productivity - Efficiency Injection molding is a highly efficient and productive manufacturing technology and is the preferred method of manufacturing ABS parts. The process creates limited waste and can produce large volumes of parts with limited human interaction. 2. Design of Complex Parts Injection molding can produce multi-featured, complex components that can include metal inserts or overmolded soft-grip handholds.  3. Increased Strength ABS is a strong, lightweight thermoplastic that is widely used in a number of industries due to these properties. As such, injection molding in ABS is ideal for applications that require increased durability and overall mechanical strength. 4. Flexibility of Color and Material ABS is easily colored with a wide range of colors. It must be noted however that ABS has poor weathering resistance and can be degraded by UV light and prolonged outdoor exposure. Fortunately, ABS can be painted and even electroplated with metal to improve its environmental resistance.  5. Decreased Waste Injection molding is inherently low-wastage production technology due to the large production volumes that injection molding was designed for. When millions of parts are made per year, any amount of wastage adds up to a significant cost over time. The only wastage is the material in the sprue, runners, and the flashing between mold halves.  6. Low Cost of Labor Due to the highly automated nature of injection molding, very limited human intervention is required. Reduced human intervention results in reduced labor costs. This reduced labor cost ultimately results in a low cost per part. Materials Details Number ABS-NA-LGF Color Natural color or Customized Length 6-25 mm Package 25kg/bag MOQ 25kg Lead time 2-15 days Port of Loading Xiamen Port Trade terms EXW/FOB/CFR/CIF/DDU/DDP About Xiamen LFT Xiamen LFT Composite Plastic Co.,LTD was established in 2009, is a brand-name global suppliers of long fiber reinforced thermoplastic materials integrating product research & developmen (R&D), production and sale marketing. Our LFT products have passed the ISO9001&16949 system certification and have obtained lots of national trademarks and patents, covering the fields of automotive, military parts and firearms, aerospace, new energy, medical equipment, power wind energy, sports equipment, etc. LFT long fiber reinforced thermoplastic engineering materials,compared to ordinary short fiber reinforced thermoplastic materials (fiber length is less than 1-2 mm), the LFT process produces thermoplastic engineering material's fibers in lengths of 5-25 mm. The long fibers are impregnated with the resin through a special mold system to obtain long strips that are fully impregnated with the resin ,and then cut to the length as required.   The most used base resin is PP, by PA6, PA66, PPA,PA12,MXD6,PBT,TPU,PPS, ABS,PEEK, etc. Conventional fibers include glass fiber, carbon fiber. Depending on the end use, the finished products can be used for injection molding,extrusion, molding, etc., or directly used for plastic instead of steel and thermoset products.
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  • ABS-NA-LGF
    Xiamen LFT-G ABS Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene long glass fiber reinforced for industrial use
    What is ABS? 1. ABS plastic is a thermoplastic polymer structural material, mainly through propylene, butadiene and other chemical substances synthetic polymer material, also known as ABS resin, because of its good heat resistance, impact resistance, processing, so the use of a wide range. 2. Because ABS plastic is very hard, it has strong impact resistance, scratch resistance, dimensional stability and other properties, and has the characteristics of moisture, corrosion resistance, easy processing, etc., it is an ideal material. 3. ABS material also has good light transmission, compared with the same transparency of acrylic, although it has better toughness, the price is relatively high, and the color is not more than the color of acrylic, generally beige, black, transparent three colors. 4. ABS material is also very environmentally friendly, due to the use of environmentally friendly chemicals, so non-toxic and odorless, but also with electrical insulation, is a very safe material. 5. ABS material is easy to deform in a high temperature environment, and the deformation temperature is 93-118 degrees Celsius, but it performs very well in a low temperature environment, so it is also a high temperature resistant material. What Are the Advantages of ABS Plastics? ABS has some major advantages as a general-purpose engineering material. Below is a brief list of some of ABS plastic's advantages: ABS is inexpensive and plentiful, coming in many colors, material characteristics, and forms (pellets, tubes, bar, filament, etc.). ABS is sturdy, lightweight, and ductile, being easily machined but retaining good resistance to chemicals, impacts, and abrasions. ABS is more heat-resistant than other thermoplastics in its weight class and can withstand multiple cycles of heating/cooling, making it a fully recyclable plastic. ABS can achieve a highly attractive finish and is readily paintable. ABS has low heat and electrical conductivity. Compared with PLA Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS) was first patented in 1948 and commercialized in 1954 by the Borg-Warner Corporation. It is an amorphous thermoplastic polymer where the molecular structure is disordered. ABS is commonly manufactured via the polymerization of styrene and acrylonitrile. ABS is a tougher plastic than PLA. It can be used for applications that require significant strength and impact resistance. The Advantages of ABS Compared to PLA? ABS has a higher glass transition temperature than PLA. ABS is generally tougher than PLA. It can withstand impact loads and has better abrasion resistance.  PLA vs. ABS: Applications Comparison PLA is not widely used for typical consumer and industrial applications. It is mostly used for 3D printing in hobbyist applications or prototyping but has found some applications in the biomedical industry. ABS, on the other hand, is used as an engineering plastic across almost every industry. It is preferred for applications requiring toughness and impact resistance. PLA vs. ABS: Part Accuracy Comparison PLA is a very easy material to 3D print and it produces parts that are dimensionally stable. ABS, on the other hand, tends to warp easily during printing. PLA vs. ABS: Speed Comparison Both PLA and ABS can print at rates from 45 to 60 mm/s.  PLA vs. ABS: Surface Comparison 3D-printed PLA and ABS have the common FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling) surface finish with visible layer lines. However, ABS can be vapor smoothed with solvents like acetone while PLA must be hand sanded for optimal surface finish. The vapor smoothing process melts the surface, giving it a smooth and homogeneous finish. PLA vs. ABS: Heat Resistance Comparison PLA has poor heat resistance when compared to ABS. PLA will begin to soften at 60 °C whereas ABS does not begin to soften until 105 °C.  PLA vs. ABS: Biodegradability Comparison PLA is a bioplastic and biodegradable under the correct conditions. Unfortunately, these conditions are only present in industrial composting facilities. The required conditions include high temperatures and exposure to specific microbial environments. PLA can take up to 80 years to fully decompose in nature. ABS, on the other hand, is not biodegradable and can take hundreds of years to fully decompose.  PLA vs. ABS: Toxicity Comparison PLA is generally recognized as safe and non-toxic after printing. During printing, PLA releases VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds). As such, it is not recommended to print PLA in an unventilated area. However, these VOCs are low in concentration and ventilation is just an added precaution. ABS contains no known carcinogens and has no adverse health effects once printed. However, ABS also releases dangerous VOCs and nanoparticles (UPFs) during printing, far more than is the case with PLA. As such, it is advised to cover printers with a hood and to utilize a ventilation duct. PLA vs. ABS: Cost Comparison PLA and ABS are among the lowest-cost materials used in 3D printing. Both can be pu...
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  • ABS-NA-LGF
    Xiamen LFT ABS-LGF Long Glass Fiber Reinforced Thermoplastic Resin Polymers
    What is the modified plastic? Modified plastics are materials with uniform appearance obtained by filling, toughening, reinforcing, blending, alloying and other technical means, with primary form resin as the main component, and additives or other resins that can improve the performance of the resin in mechanics, rheology, combustion, electro-thermal, photomagnetic and other aspects as the auxiliary component. In recent years, the scale of modified plastics industry continues to expand. Modified plastics is a symbol of high-tech, high-performance and high-grade in plastic products, and is widely used in many fields such as aerospace, automobile manufacturing, household appliances, etc., of which the proportion of usage in the automobile field is more than 19%, second only to the home appliance industry, which has the highest usage. In recent years, the use of modified plastics in automobiles has been rising year by year, and the amount of modified plastics used in a single car has become a symbol of the level of automobile design and manufacturing. Divided from the varieties, the amount of plastic varieties are polypropylene (PP), polyamide (PA), acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene plastics (ABS)), etc., especially PP, PA, ABS, the most abundant automotive modification. From the application point of view, modified plastics are widely used in automotive interior and exterior parts, structural parts and functional parts. Among them, the interior parts are center console, dashboard, decorative panels; exterior parts are air grille, bumper and decorative parts; structural parts are front-end frame, column skeleton; functional parts are lamps, intake manifolds, fuel tanks, etc. are modified plastics used in a large number of automotive parts. What is the Long glass fiber compounds? Glass fiber reinforced plastic is based on the original pure plastic, adding glass fibers and other additives, so as to improve the scope of use of the material. Generally speaking, most of the glass fiber reinforced materials are used in the structural parts of the products, which is a kind of structural engineering materials, such as: PP, ABS, PA66, PA6, PC, POM, PPO, PET, PBT, PPS and so on. Advantages After glass fiber reinforcement, glass fiber is a high temperature resistant material, therefore, the heat-resistant temperature of reinforced plastics is much higher than before without glass fiber, especially nylon plastics. After glass fiber reinforcement, due to the addition of glass fiber, it restricts the mutual movement of the polymer chain of the plastic, therefore, the shrinkage of the reinforced plastic decreases a lot and the rigidity is greatly improved. After glass fiber reinforced, the reinforced plastic will not stress cracking, at the same time, the impact resistance of the plastic improves a lot. After the glass fiber reinforcement, the glass fiber is a high strength material, which also greatly improves the strength of the plastic, such as: tensile strength, compression strength, bending strength, improve a lot. After glass fiber reinforcement, due to the addition of glass fiber and other additives, the combustion performance of the reinforced plastics decreases a lot, most of the materials can not be ignited, it is a kind of flame-retardant material.
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  • ABS-NA-LGF30
    LFT-G modified ABS compounds Long Glass Fiber for automotive parts
    ABS material Acrylonitrile-butadiene styrene (ABS) resin is an opaque amorphous thermoplastic engineering plastic with complex two-phase structure. It is composed of styrene, acrylonitrile and butadiene in different proportions. In the 1970s, it began to be recognized by the public and began to be used. In the 1990s, the market demand grew rapidly. At present, it should be used in domestic and foreign markets, especially in construction, home appliances, automobiles and other industries. ABS-LGF Long glass fiber is widely used in engineering plastics. Reinforced ABS composites are made by adding a certain percentage of glass fiber, with the addition of 30% to 50% glass fiber being the most common. So as to improve the mechanical properties of ABS. Such as tensile properties, bending properties, and the corresponding molding shrinkage rate is not reduced, so that the material will not stress cracking. Advantages: 1. Long glass fiber reinforced, glass fiber is a high temperature resistant material, therefore, the heat resistant temperature of reinforced plastic is much higher than before without glass fiber, especially nylon plastics 2. After long glass fiber reinforcement, due to the addition of long glass fiber, the mutual movement between polymer chains of plastic is limited, therefore, the shrinkage rate of reinforced plastics decreases a lot, and the rigidity is greatly improved. 3. After long glass fiber reinforcement, reinforced plastics will not stress crack, at the same time, the anti-impact performance of plastics is improved a lot. 4. After long glass fiber reinforcement, glass fiber is a high strength material, which also greatly improves the strength of plastic, such as: tensile strength, compression strength, bending strength, improve a lot. 5. Long glass fiber reinforced after, due to the addition of glass fiber and other additives, the combustion performance of reinforced plastics decreased a lot, most of the material can not ignite, is a kind of flame retardant material. Datasheet for reference only Processing flow Cases About Xiamen LFT-G Xiamen LFT composite plastic Co., Ltd. is a brand-name company that focuses on LFT&LFRT. Long Glass Fiber Series(LGF) & Long Carbon Fiber Series(LCF). The company's thermoplastic LFT can be used for LFT-G injection molding and extrusion, and can also be used for LFT-D molding. It can be produced according to customer requirements: 5~25mm length. The company's long-fiber continuous infiltration reinforced thermoplastics have passed ISO9001 & 16949 system certification, and the products have obtained lots of national trademarks and patents.
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  • ABS-NA-LGF30
    Xiamen LFT Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene ABS filling long glass fiber modified thermoplastic resin
    What is ABS material? ABS (ABS is the acronym of Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene copolymer), also known as ABS resin, is a kind of thermoplastic polymer structural material with high strength, good toughness and easy to be machinated. ABS engineering plastic appearance is opaque ivory grain, its products can be colorful, and has high gloss. Why filling Long glass fiber? LFT & LFRT, Long fiber reinforced thermoplastic engineering plastics, compared to conventional short fiber reinforced thermoplastis, typically have a fiber length of less than 1 to 2 mm in conventional short fiber reinforced thermoplastics, while the LFT process the thermoplastic engineering plastics produced have been able to maintain fiber lengths above 5 to 25 mm. The long fiber is impregnated with a specail resin system to obtain a long strip which is suffciently wetted by the resin, and then cut into a desired length as required. According to the final different applications, the finished product can be used foe injection molding, extrusion and molding, Etc., directly used to replace steel and thermoset products. Advantages of ABS filling long glass fiber compunds 1. glass fiber reinforced, glass fiber is a high temperature resistant material, therefore, the heat resistant temperature of reinforced plastic is much higher than before without glass fiber, especially nylon plastics. 2. After glass fiber reinforcement, due to the addition of glass fiber, the mutual movement between polymer chains of plastic is limited, therefore, the shrinkage rate of reinforced plastics decreases a lot, and the rigidity is greatly improved. 3. After glass fiber reinforcement, reinforced plastics will not stress crack, at the same time, the anti-impact performance of plastics is improved a lot. 4. After glass fiber reinforcement, glass fiber is a high strength material, which also greatly improves the strength of plastic, such as: tensile strength, compression strength, bending strength, improve a lot. 5. glass fiber reinforced after, due to the addition of glass fiber and other additives, the combustion performance of reinforced plastics decreased a lot, most of the material can not ignite, is a kind of flame retardant material. Datasheet for reference Application of ABS filling long glass fiber compounds Mainly used in load-bearing parts and structural parts Details you may wonder Number Length Color MOQ Package Sample Delinery time Port of Loading ABS-NA-LGF30 5~25MM above Original color (can be customized) 25kg 25kg/bag Available 7~15 days after shipment Xiamen Port Our company Our teams & customers We will offer you: 1. LFT&LFRT material technical parameters and leading edge design. 2. Mold front design and recommendations. 3. Provide technical support such as injection molding and extrusion molding. Contact Way Ms. Wallis Email: sale02@lfrtplastic.com Whatsapp: (+86)13950095727 WeChat: 13950095727
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  • ABS-NA-LGF30
    Xiamen LFT-G Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene ABS filling long glass fiber modified plastic 12mm
    What is ABS? ABS (ABS is the acronym of Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene copolymer), also known as ABS resin, is a kind of thermoplastic polymer structural material with high strength, good toughness and easy to be machinated. ABS engineering plastic appearance is opaque ivory grain, its products can be colorful, and has high gloss. Why filling Long glass fiber? LFT & LFRT, Long fiber reinforced thermoplastic engineering plastics, compared to conventional short fiber reinforced thermoplastis, typically have a fiber length of less than 1 to 2 mm in conventional short fiber reinforced thermoplastics, while the LFT process the thermoplastic engineering plastics produced have been able to maintain fiber lengths above 5 to 25 mm. The long fiber is impregnated with a specail resin system to obtain a long strip which is suffciently wetted by the resin, and then cut into a desired length as required. According to the final different applications, the finished product can be used foe injection molding, extrusion and molding, Etc., directly used to replace steel and thermoset products. Advantages of ABS-LGF 1 glass fiber reinforced, glass fiber is a high temperature resistant material, therefore, the heat resistant temperature of reinforced plastic is much higher than before without glass fiber, especially nylon plastics. 2. After glass fiber reinforcement, due to the addition of glass fiber, the mutual movement between polymer chains of plastic is limited, therefore, the shrinkage rate of reinforced plastics decreases a lot, and the rigidity is greatly improved. 3. After glass fiber reinforcement, reinforced plastics will not stress crack, at the same time, the anti-impact performance of plastics is improved a lot. 4. After glass fiber reinforcement, glass fiber is a high strength material, which also greatly improves the strength of plastic, such as: tensile strength, compression strength, bending strength, improve a lot. 5. glass fiber reinforced after, due to the addition of glass fiber and other additives, the combustion performance of reinforced plastics decreased a lot, most of the material can not ignite, is a kind of flame retardant material. Datasheet for reference Application of ABS-LGF Mainly used in load-bearing parts and structural parts Details you may wonder Number Length Color MOQ Package Sample Delinery time Port of Loading ABS-NA-LGF30 5~25MM above Original color (can be customized) 25kg 25kg/bag Available 7~15 days after shipment Xiamen Port Our company Our teams & customers We will offer you: 1. LFT&LFRT material technical parameters and leading edge design. 2. Mold front design and recommendations. 3. Provide technical support such as injection molding and extrusion molding.
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  • ABS-NA-LGF30
    LFT-G xiamen ABS self-factory LGF filling light parts 10-12mm
    What is the modified plastic? Modified plastics are materials with uniform appearance obtained by filling, toughening, reinforcing, blending, alloying and other technical means, with primary form resin as the main component, and additives or other resins that can improve the performance of the resin in mechanics, rheology, combustion, electro-thermal, photomagnetic and other aspects as the auxiliary component. In recent years, the scale of modified plastics industry continues to expand. Modified plastics is a symbol of high-tech, high-performance and high-grade in plastic products, and is widely used in many fields such as aerospace, automobile manufacturing, household appliances, etc., of which the proportion of usage in the automobile field is more than 19%, second only to the home appliance industry, which has the highest usage. In recent years, the use of modified plastics in automobiles has been rising year by year, and the amount of modified plastics used in a single car has become a symbol of the level of automobile design and manufacturing. Divided from the varieties, the amount of plastic varieties are polypropylene (PP), polyamide (PA), acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene plastics (ABS)), etc., especially PP, PA, ABS, the most abundant automotive modification. From the application point of view, modified plastics are widely used in automotive interior and exterior parts, structural parts and functional parts. Among them, the interior parts are center console, dashboard, decorative panels; exterior parts are air grille, bumper and decorative parts; structural parts are front-end frame, column skeleton; functional parts are lamps, intake manifolds, fuel tanks, etc. are modified plastics used in a large number of automotive parts. What is the Long glass fiber compounds? Glass fiber reinforced plastic is based on the original pure plastic, adding glass fibers and other additives, so as to improve the scope of use of the material. Generally speaking, most of the glass fiber reinforced materials are used in the structural parts of the products, which is a kind of structural engineering materials, such as: PP, ABS, PA66, PA6, PC, POM, PPO, PET, PBT, PPS and so on. Advantages After glass fiber reinforcement, glass fiber is a high temperature resistant material, therefore, the heat-resistant temperature of reinforced plastics is much higher than before without glass fiber, especially nylon plastics. After glass fiber reinforcement, due to the addition of glass fiber, it restricts the mutual movement of the polymer chain of the plastic, therefore, the shrinkage of the reinforced plastic decreases a lot and the rigidity is greatly improved. After glass fiber reinforced, the reinforced plastic will not stress cracking, at the same time, the impact resistance of the plastic improves a lot. After the glass fiber reinforcement, the glass fiber is a high strength material, which also greatly improves the strength of the plastic, such as: tensile strength, compression strength, bending strength, improve a lot. After glass fiber reinforcement, due to the addition of glass fiber and other additives, the combustion performance of the reinforced plastics decreases a lot, most of the materials can not be ignited, it is a kind of flame-retardant material.
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