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acrylic spray primer for plastic - 0 views

    Acrylic Spray Primer is an excellent product that dries quickly. formulated to increase the top coat's adherence to the painted surface and shield ferrous and non-ferrous metal parts from corrosion. Excellent for applying all kinds of paints and varnishes before painting or priming plastic, gypsum, and wood. Acrylic primer spray paint offers good coverage, is quickly applied to hard-to-reach locations, is highly sandable, and can be used to prime older paint coatings.

cake mold factory - 0 views

    Cake molds are special tools used to make pastries, pastries and other desserts. It is usually made of metal, silicone, plastic and other materials and can be used for baking, freezing and cooking. Cake molds come in a variety of shapes and sizes, including hearts, squares, rounds, rectangles, and more. Cake molds of different shapes can make all kinds of delicious desserts, and can also make the delicacies more visually beautiful. Now, cake molds have become one of the indispensable tools in the home baking and catering industry.

disposable boot shoe covers - 0 views

    A disposable shoe cover is a protective covering that is worn over regular shoes to provide a barrier against contaminants and maintain hygiene. It is typically made from non-woven fabric or plastic materials and is intended for single-use, often in industries such as healthcare, food service, or cleanrooms.

custom aluminum sheet fabrication - 0 views

    Aluminum alloy is composed of the basic element aluminum and various alloying elements, mainly copper, silicon, magnesium, etc. It is the most widely used metal material in industry, with low density, high strength, good plasticity, excellent conductivity, thermal conductivity, and corrosion resistance. It is widely used in general industry, with a usage rate second only to steel.

carbon steel stamping - 0 views

    Carbon steel is an iron carbon alloy with a carbon content ranging from 0.0218% to 2.11%. Generally, it also contains small amounts of silicon, manganese, sulfur, and phosphorus. The higher the carbon content, the greater the hardness and strength, but the lower the plasticity.
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