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KyronMAX™ Structural Thermoplastic Materials Consistently Outperform the Mechanical Strength of Long Fiber Thermoplastic Compounds

Responding to customer demand for the strongest moldable polymers available without all the process and design limitations associated with LFT polymers, Piper plastics offers a unique solution: KyronMAX™ structural thermoplastics materials. KyronMAX™ materials overcome all the limitations associated with LFT compounds while yielding stronger molded parts that are also lighter in weight.
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Piper Develops Innovative Near Net Shape Technology for High Performance Polymers

Piper Plastics has developed a proprietary high pressure molding technology that yields near net shape polymers up to 2” thick without porosity, voids or sinks. The process, which utilizes molding equipment designed and developed by Piper, allows the company to mold high performance thermoplastics, filled or unfilled, with isotropic mechanical properties
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Piper Plastics Introduces KyronMAX™ - The Strongest Line of Injection Moldable Thermoplastic Composites Available

The new KyronMAX™ series from Piper Plastics bridges the performance gap between components produced via standard injection molding compounds  and pre-preg lay-up composite materials. KyronMAX materials allow parts to be injection molded at high volumes with strengths that approach lay-up composite and metals.
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Piper Plastics Wins Best Plastic Medical Application Manufacturer - North America in the 2016 Pharmaceutical Packaging & Manufacturing Awards

Piper Plastics was selected as the award winner in the ‘Best Plastic Medical Application Manufacturer - North America’ in the 2016 Pharmaceutical Packaging & Manufacturing awards competition sponsored by Global Health & Pharma magazine.

KyronMAX™ Series Honored as a Winner in the Design News Magazine's 2015 Golden Mousetrap Awards

Piper Plastics’ KyronMAX™ series was selected as a Golden Mousetrap winner in the Materials & Assembly category for Engineering Plastics. Sponsored by Design News magazine, the awards celebrate the companies, products, and people who are energizing North American design, engineering, and manufacturing.