These days it is truly astounding how much data we can stuff onto external hard drives or even the ubiquitous USB drive. Computer chips are getting smaller and smaller and are able to store greater amounts of information, but it seems that eventually we’ll reach the limit of what is possible with our current materials. An intriguing article in New Scientist spotlights a scientist named Jean-Francois Lutz working out of the Institute Charles Sadron in Strasbourg, France who has just shown that it is possible to store data on chains of plastic.
Using the idea of DNA as a foundation, Lutz envisions a future where an entire library of information can be stored on numerous short polymer chains. So far, his team has written the term CNRS across six polymers. The acronym CNRS (the French National Center for Scientific Research) across six polymers.
Here at Tru-Form Plastics, we know that plastic is a versatile substance, but this is truly astounding and inspiring!. Plastic will continue to define the future progress of humanity.
Like most companies, Tru-Form Plastics operates under guiding principles, which we take very seriously. Our mission statement was crafted carefully and reflects our values as we work to provide our customers with excellent customer service and great products. Here are our five guiding principles:
- Devoted customer service
- Excellent manufacturing
- Highest quality standards
- On-time delivery of products
- Building strong relationships
Is your current plastics manufacturer meeting all of these standards for you? If they aren’t giving you fantastic customer service, shipping high quality parts to you on time, and always seeking to make your job easier, then it might be time to start looking for a new vendor!
We invite you to put us to the test. We would be happy to compete for your business and to prove that our mission statement isn’t just words. Contact us today and let us know more about your plastic manufacturing needs. We look forward to hearing from you.
Many plastic pieces get to enjoy the good life, living their days in temperature controlled environments. You would never leave your computer outside during a blizzard or let your precious cell phone bake on a sizzling summer day. However, some plastics are not so lucky. They need to be ready for everything that Mother Nature can throw at them, from frigid temperatures dipping below zero, to hurricane winds, sand storms, and heat that could fry an egg on the sidewalk.
All sorts of plastics need to spend a lot of time in harsh environments, including plastic pieces in cars, streetlamps, outdoor signs, grocery carts, dog houses, and so much more! If you are a manufacturer who needs plastic pieces that can stand up to just about anything, than Tru-Form Plastics is your answer. We can manufacture plastics that won’t crack, melt, or degrade in extreme conditions. These plastics will improve the life of your product and keep your customers happy!
Contact us today to tell us more about your specific plastic needs.
Plastic is everywhere. If you are reading this, then you are either in direct contact with plastic right now or likely very close to lots of it. That’s because plastic is in almost every single electronic device, from your computer to your smart phone to your refrigerator, car, and especially in the airplanes flying overhead.
Here at Tru-Form Plastics, we are sometimes asked what industries we specialize in. The real answer is that we specialize in plastic. If your industry uses plastic, then we can help you. Since we haven’t discovered an industry that doesn’t use plastic in some form or another, then in reality, we specialize in all industries.
However, we have direct experience in these industries:
- OEM Components
- Consumer Products
- Point of Purchase
Of course, this is only the beginning of our core competency. If you are looking for plastic parts, regardless of your industry, give us a call. We’re sure we can help you!
You have an idea for your next great product, but turning that vision into reality is going to take some engineering work on your part. You’ll need to figure out how to construct the product’s component parts, which means developing design schematics and materials consultations. When you think about all the different variables that go into designing plastic components alone, it can seem a little, well, overwhelming.
We understand! Not everyone is a natural born engineer or chemist. If you know that you need plastic components for your product but aren’t sure how to create them, we can help. Our engineers are highly talented and can work with you from conception to completion. Tell us your vision, and we can advise on design outlines, material requirements, drafts, undercuts, material selection, and more!
Contact Tru-Form Plastics today to request an engineering consultation with our team.