Advanced Industrial employs some of the best Journey Level Machinists from all over the country who love what they do and have vast experience in machining challenging parts made from materials like PEEK, PPS, Acetal, Ultem, PTFE, Ertalyte PET and Nylon.
Advanced Industrial has recently moved into a 20,000 SF State of the Art Manufacturing Facility. Located in Mooresville North Carolina, we currently have 9 CNC Vertical Machining Centers and 5 CNC Turning Centers. All of our machines are American Made and we are constantly adding capacity to accommodate growing customer demand.
Machining High Performance Plastics can be challenging. Most plastics are soft and slippery, some are very abrasive and most have internal stress that is released during the machining process. These challenges make tooling selection, work piece orientation and innovative work holding extremely important.
Our creative and proprietary approach allows us to successfully make parts that look almost impossible on paper. We pride ourselves on providing aesthetically pleasing parts that exceed customer specifications.
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HIGH PERFORMANCE PLASTIC SHAPES
Incorporated in 1995, Advanced Industrial has established itself Nationally as The Premier Supplier of High Performance Plastic machinable shapes. We have a large inventory of Acetal, Nylon, PEEK, Ultem, Torlon, Vespel and Teflon.
We stock these materials in sheet, plate, rod and tubular bar. We offer a wide range of Bearing Grade PEEK composites and offer precision cut to size services for all materials. For unbeatable service and the best prices in the industry Call 1-800-265-7351 today!
Engineering and High-Performance Plastics Used for Machined Components
Our eBook breaks down six of the most commonly used high-performance plastics to aid in your material selection process.
How to Eliminate the Wrong Material From Your Application
In this guide, we discuss the process of eliminating the wrong material from your application and outline important factors to take into consideration when narrowing down your list of potential manufacturing materials.