MATERIAL From industry-standard to customer-specific granules. Our system can handle most materials. Here are a few examples. MATERIAL From industry-standard to customer-specific granules. Our system can handle most materials. Here are a few examples. ABS ABS Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene The material shows good impact resistance, surface hardness and surface finish. STORA ENSO BIOMATERIAL A material cooperation project undertaken jointly with Stora Enso. PP PP stands for polypropylene. BIOMATERIAL Biomaterial with a high fibre content (+60%) and hydrophobic properties. TPE TPE is the general abbreviation for thermoplastic elastomers, also known as thermoplastic rubbers. GROT A biomaterial project in cooperation with Sveaskog using forestry waste (rejected tops and branches (in Swedish “Grenar Och Toppar” = GROT)). BIOMATERIAL Several different biomaterials projects. BIOMATERIAL Several different biomaterials projects. Masterbatch Colouring of material. ABS - CF ABS Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene material reinforced with carbon fibre. TPU Thermoplastic polyurethane or TPU is referred to as the bridge between rubbers and plastics. PA - CF Polyamide reinforced with carbon fibre is a thermoplastic used in construction. It is extremely tough and versatile when used in construction applications. PCL Polycaprolactone (PCL) is a biodegradable polyester with a low melting point of around 60°C. PC Polycarbonate is a thermoplastic used in construction that has excellent transparency and impact resistance and is versatile in use. Extremely resistant to impact. RECYCLED PP Project involving recycled waste from the sea. PLA+Kork Polylactide (PLA) or polylactic acid is a natural, degradable, thermoplastic aliphatic polyester that is made from renewable resources. Maize starch or cane sugar are common raw materials.