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The team at JC Finley are nylon fabricators specializing in nylon machining, nylon fabrication, and nylon distribution. As a nylon fabricator and manufacturing company, we’ve been providing quality and specialized service to all of our customers in need of nylon. Not sure where to begin? Contact our team to get started. As our saying goes, if you can dream it, JC Finley can make it.
JC Finley manufacturers nylon which is renowned for its high melting temperature and overall versatility. Nylon is a remarkably strong and sturdy material given its relative low weight. It is resistant to chemicals and abrasions. It is easy to maintain and can endure a great deal of use before it starts showing signs of wear and tear. For this reason, it is a favorite for gears and other industrial applications that might otherwise use metal. Nylon offers a low coefficient of friction, making it one of the slicker synthetic plastics available (not quite to the level of, say, acetal, but good nonetheless). Nylon is susceptible to moisture absorption, so keep this in mind if your desired application is near water or exposed to humidity.
Nylon is a synthetic thermoplastic polymer best known for its versatility, durability, and flexibility. In fact, nylon is one of the most versatile and widely-used synthetic products in the world. In various applications, nylon components are used as viable, and more cost-effective alternatives to rubber, latex, and metal.
First engineered by the DuPont chemical company in the 1930s, the first commercial application for nylon was a nylon-bristled toothbrush. A cheaper and sturdier substitute for silk and other fabrics, nylon would eventually revolutionize the fashion industry and, during WWII, became a popular material for parachutes and rope. In fact, nylon production during this time pivoted from consumer needs to exclusively militaristic applications.
Nylon has a high melting point, which not only makes nylon machining and nylon fabrication much easier than the fabrication and machining of other materials, but it allows nylon components to be used in high temperature applications such as car engines and industrial settings. Nylon can be drilled, sawed, turned, and heat formed with relative ease for nylon fabricators of every skill level. Nylon is also a favorite for blow and injection molding purposes and can be combined, in liquid form, with other materials to enhance strength or give products other distinct structural or aesthetic qualities.
In terms of nylon distribution and sales, nylon is typically sold in cut-to-size sheets, rods, or tubes of varying thicknesses. Nylon is typically available in various other types, grades, and colors depending on the application for which it will be used. For more on nylon distribution or nylon fabrication concepts, contact the team at JC Finley.
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