(Composites, Textiles and Reinforcements)
From this Article:
The Air National Guard (ANG) contacted General Plastics as it explored rigid polyurethane foam solutions to munitions storage for its civil air defense facilities. In particular, it sought a... (View Full Article)
(Materials)
From this Article:
General Plastics plays a pivotal role in allowing individuals whose faces are severely burned to live a more normal life. Our LAST-A-FOAM®FR-4540 tooling board material is used by CimMed, Inc. of... (View Full Article)
(Materials)
From this Article:
Creative Spectrum, Inc. principal and product designer Roman Kashalapov crafted his "Voll" action figure using General Plastics' LAST-A-FOAM® FR-7108 model and prototype foam. Kashalapov's... (View Full Article)
(Materials)
From this Article:
The complex polyurethane foam sculpture depicted above was crafted from our LAST-A-FOAM® FR-6712 Aerospace-Grade material by sculptor Joy Taylor of Newport Beach, California... (View Full Article)
(Materials)
From this Article:
LAST-A-FOAM® models and components have also been used to construct full-scale mockups of high-profile aircraft. These include Lockheed Martin's X-33 single-stage-to-orbit (SSTO) experimental... (View Full Article)
(Materials)
From this Article:
General Plastics' materials were put to the test in NASA's Space Shuttle program as key components for the Reusable Solid Rocket Motor (RSRM) system. These solid-rocket boosters helped power the... (View Full Article)
(Materials)
From this Article:
Los Angeles-based sculptor Laura Larson used our LAST-A-FOAM® FR-6706 Aerospace-Grade material to create mold patterns for terra cotta sculptures. These sculptures decorate columns at the front... (View Full Article)
(Materials)
From this Article:
Solid Terrain Models (STM) of Fillmore, California has created highly accurate topographical models and maps using our LAST-A-FOAM® FR-7100 Multi-use Core and Modeling Board Series. These models... (View Full Article)