Here are the materials used in crafting our unique products:
Acrylic is usually available in the market under some brand names, such as Perspex or Lucite. This is a kind of plastic, made of one or more derivatives of acrylic acid. The most common acrylic plastic is polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA).
Acrylic is mostly made in sheets of different sizes. The sheets are highly transparent, tough materials which are resistant to weather condition and UV light. Acrylic comes with excellent clarity and is at least 10 times harder than glass. This material could be easily cut, molded, drilled, colored and shaped, using its thermoform properties.
The wide variation of application of acrylic in industries allow the panels and sheets to replace glass, and to be used In automotive, airplane, shop signs, and other outdoor or indoor applications.
Medium density fiberboard (MDF) is a composite material of high quality. It is made from recycled wood such as hardwood or softwood residuals. The wood chips are processed into fibers using Defibrator machines. Mixing it with wax and a resin binder, along with application of high temperature and pressure, dense sheet of MDF is produced which is generally denser than plywood. MDF is generally made up of 82% wood fiber, 9% urea-formaldehyde resin glue, 8% water, and 1% paraffin wax.
Solid Wood is a natural product obtained by logging fully grown and matured trees. In the other word, the piece is made from actual lumber, and not strands or fibers of wood (which is usually called “engineered” wood). Hence it exhibits high durability and longevity and survives for decades and generations, making it well worth the investment. Again, since every piece is made from a piece of lumber, each piece has its own unique features. Even the color might be different- wood that’s closer to the center of the tree will be darker. Solid wood furniture is easy to maintain. Dust it whenever you do your regular cleaning and wipe it down with a wood cleaner to maintain the shine of the piece. Even, it’s easier to repair a small dent or ding in a solid wood furniture, its surface can be sanded down and refinished several times.
Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) is one of the most widely used plastics in the world. Its positive characteristics make a multitude of applications possible. It is characterized as high strength, low weight, low thermal conductivity, high insulation, resistant to chemical substances and non-corroding.
Aluminum Composite Material (ACM) is an essential material used in modern residential and commercial applications and developments. It is rigid, lightweight, environmental friendly, weather resistant and is available in multiple colors.
One of the most significant characteristics that makes ACM unique is its superior performance in various climate conditions. These panels are sunlight, corrosion and rust resistant.
Additionally, the smooth and polished surface gives it a modern look and makes it aesthetically attractive and a great choice for decorative designs and finishes.
High density polyethylene plastic (HDPE) is a thermoplastic polymer made from a string of ethylene molecules. Due to the weight and strength of the HDPE sheet, it has gained a lot of popularity recently as more companies have taken up sustainability initiatives to reduce the amount of materials used to produce and package products.
There are variety of reason as why HDPE sheeting is popular. The most prominent benefits of HDPE sheet are listed below:
• Resistance: HDPE sheet feature a high chemical and impact resistance. It is also resistant to corrosion, rotting, insects, mold and mildew.
• Weather and UV Resistant: HDPE sheet is often used for outdoor applications as it can stand prolonged exposure to extreme weather conditions.
• Life Expectancy: Due to its high impact, chemical, and weather resistance nature, HDPE can last longer than traditional materials.
• Durability: The durability of HDPE is one of the reason for its popularity. In case of a malfunction, HDPE does not shatter like other materials.
• Recyclability: HDPE sheeting is recyclable, which is why many recycled plastic products contain HDPE.
The benefits listed above and others such as its light weight, malleability, moisture resistance characteristic, as well as other application-specific benefits all contribute to the popularity of this thermoplastic material.
Birch plywood is a popular hardwood plywood that is widely known for its strength, texture, versatility, resistance to wear and tear, and ease of finishing.
The combination of its price, look and durability makes it an excellent option for numerous applications. Birch plywood is a preferable plywood and the reason that it stands out from regular plywood is its improved strength and stability, appearance, quality and superior screw holding.
Baltic birch plywood is composed of thin sheets of birch wood (veneer) compressed together. The fact that each layer of birch veneer is the same thickness and consistently dense through its thickness, the end result is more consistent, stable and attractive sheet of plywood.