General Plastics to Attend SAMPE Baltimore 2015 Conference at the Baltimore Convention Center
Polyurethane supplier to OEMs will exhibit products from LAST-A-FOAM® series
TACOMA, Wash., May 18, 2015 – General Plastics Manufacturing Company will attend this year’s SAMPE Baltimore 2015 conference and exhibition to showcase products from the LAST-A-FOAM® rigid foam series and flexible foam parts at Booth B37. General Plastics, certified to ISO 9001:2008/AS9100C, offers foam parts and products that are renowned for their strength, stability, uniformity and unique physical characteristics.
Of the products General Plastics will exhibit at the conference, attendees can expect to see the FR-3700 Performance Core, FR-4500 Tooling Board, FR-4700 high temperature Tooling Board, FR-7100 Multi-Use Core, FR-6700 Aerospace Grade rigid foam, and WSF-1010 and WSF-1121 self-skinning foam series.
“We are very excited to head to Baltimore to exhibit LAST-A-FOAM® rigid and flexible foam series at the industry’s premier event devoted to innovative materials,” said Vice President of Sales and Marketing Kirk Lider. “Our LAST-A-FOAM® products satisfy a wide spectrum of applications, and represent the creative solutions we pride ourselves on delivering to diverse industries.”
The company will also highlight its comprehensive testing services, and will promote a discount of 10% off for first-time testing service customers through June 30, 2015. General Plastics’ dedicated Testing Services group offers a wide range of flammability, physical and developmental tests in its on-site testing laboratories.
“Beyond depending on our consistent foam formulations and scalable production services, our customers know they can trust General Plastics for innovative solutions that fit their evolving needs,” Lider said. “We look forward to demonstrating our products and capabilities at this year’s event.”
Inside Composites Interview with General Plastics President & CEO, Dr. Mitchell JohnsonRead More
Machining vs Cast Molding: Choosing the Best Manufacturing Method to Process Polyurethane FoamRead More
Which Tooling Option is Best for Rapid Prototyping?Read More
Fast, Economical Tooling Options for Prototyping and Custom BuildsRead More