You’ve probably used a product with polycarbonate in it today, even if you don’t realize it. After all, polycarbonate is just about everywhere; it’s used in eyeglasses, medical devices, auto parts, lighting fixtures, DVDs and Blu-Rays, to name a few. As a naturally transparent amorphous thermoplastic, polycarbonate’s usefulness is in its ability to internally transmit light almost as effectively as glass and to withstand impacts far greater than many other commonly used plastics. Furthermore, the pliability of the material allows it to be created at room temperature without cracking or breaking and to be reformed even without the application of heat. That’s the “amorphous” element. The “thermoplastic” part refers to the nature of polycarbonate and other similar plastics to become liquid at their melting point, which allows, among other things, for easy injection molding and recycling.
Though polycarbonate sheet is prized for its strength and flexibility, its transparency is what allows it take on a variety of applications that similar materials cannot. As mentioned, the usage of polycarbonate plastic is very popular in the creation of eyewear; that’s because it’s lighter than glass and possesses a natural UV filter. Listed below are a few more specific applications that display the capabilities of this extremely versatile material.
Molds for urethane and silicone casting
3D printed models for high heat applications
LED light pipes and diffusers
Small vehicle windshields
Phone and computer cases
1、OEM size to suit for customers' requirment
2、Various hardness for your choice
3、Multiple color available
4、Custom logo accepted ( engraved & embossed)
5、Large quantity order are able to be fulfilled
6、Strict quality control system