Our Acetal rod selection have excellent machining properties and are widely used throughout a range of engineering applications. Their excellent directional stability, low moisture absorption and wide operating temperature range are amongst some of the characteristics that make Acetal rods so popular as an engineering material.
On Cut Plastic Sheeting we aim to provide our customers with the best possible materials that they need to complete their projects, which is why we stock Acetal Rods in a wide range of diameters. Acetal as a material is perfect for a wide range of applications and can most commonly be found throughout the food and marine industry.
Also known as 'Polyoxymethylene' or Delrin, Acetal has a high resilience to damage from forceful impacts even as it reaches the bottom end of its operational temperature range. Moreover, each Delrin Rod possesses fantastic dimensional stability, very good creep stability and a high mechanical strength; not to mention it is quickly becoming considered as the go-to engineering plastic material whenever a Computer Numerical Control machine (CNC) is involved.
The reason for this is that Acetal is an extremely generous material when it comes to machining, more so in fact than many other engineering plastic materials. A Delrin rod chips instead of producing a continuous shaving that might obstruct the tool being used and it does not burr, so you will not have to waste any time de-burring your Acetal Rod after you have finished machining it.
We offer Black Acetal Rods and Natural Acetal Rods in lengths of 500mm or 1000mm on Cut Plastic Sheeting, and there is no chance of their size fluctuating because Delrin rods have a very low moisture absorption rate; which grants them an impressive degree of dimensional stability.
An Acetal Rod will suit a wide range of potential applications, but if you would like to discuss your needs with us or get some advice on whether or not Delrin Rods are in fact the best engineering plastic for your particular project, please contact us by email or give us a call.
Last order dates for delivery before Christmas as follows:
Economy - 14th December.
Nominated - 15th December.
Standard - 18th December.
Express - 18th December.
We will be processing orders after this date, but they may arrive after the New Year.