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Are you making any New Year Resolutions?

New Years Resolution

Counterplas can’t help you eat more healthily, drink less or exercise more…

But Counterplas can definitely…

  • Help you replace a metal part with a plastic part
  • Help you design & develop a new product
  • Help you with plastic injection moulding and product assembly
  • Make your life easier in 2017!

Here’s something we are getting more enquiries about and have helped companies with…

Plastic vs Metal – is cost the only consideration?

There will always be an argument for using metal over plastic, which has often been seen by both the engineering fraternity and the general public as a ‘poor cousin’. However, the field of Plastic Component Design and Production has been evolving in recent years, and should now be viewed as a technical solution that in some cases can out-perform machined or cast metal…

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Counterplas wish you a Happy Christmas and Prosperous New Year in 2017!

 

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