please review new website about plastics & polymers

We just open a website about polymers manufacturing and interested of
your opinion
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sasha_l
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Interesting site. Where are you located?
Reply to
Wayne Lundberg
What would you consider a minimum order? Say for tooling and production? And what is the best shipping from your factory to a port in the US?
I do not have any real prospects at this time, but could put you in touch with a manufacturer's rep who may be able to help you on a commission basis.
How competitive are you to established Chinese manufacturers?
Reply to
Wayne Lundberg
Currently i'm not able to answer this questions. I need to check this out. Will it be ok if I contact you by email after some time?
Reply to
sasha_l
Yes
Reply to
Wayne Lundberg
nice site! however mozilla and opera (so i guess Netscape) uses times new roman (?) instead of you original font.. and is a bit hard to read.
Reply to
Panagiotis Kourkoumelis
I had a look at your new site. Good idea.
Not trying to be picky, but under Matertials-Nylon you probably ought to indicate that the properties mentioned refer to PA6, based on the melting point. There exist numerous different polyamides. The maximum temperature of 99 degr.C is not correct and ought to be 180-200 degr.C. Air intake manifolds are commercially used under such conditions! Since you mention Wallace Carothers (DuPont): he actually invented Nylon PA66, whereas it was BASF who invented Perlon PA6. Today all polyamides are called Nylons.
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Rolf Wissmann

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