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Matthew Aldridge talks motion plastics

In this week’s video, Matthew Aldridge, managing director of igus, introduces motion plastics. Motion plastics are engineering plastics developed specifically for moving applications – in particular, bearings and cable management systems.

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Moving plastics for train interiors

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