Conductive resins offer greater dimensional stability

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Sabic Innovative Plastics' latest high-tech thermoplastic offering – a new family of Noryl GTX resins – gives global automotive OEMs and tiers a major design advantage.

These new conductive blends of polyamide (PA) and modified polyphenylene ether (PPE) cut coefficient of thermal expansion (CTE) by 20 to 40% vs. previous grades for increased dimensional stability and improved gap and flush management, giving automotive designers greater freedom to create larger top-quality, high-precision body panels than previously feasible, and which integrate into existing processes.

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