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Video: Physical Properties of RIM Thermosetting Plastics

Reaction Injection Molded (RIM) components feature a combination of unique physical properties not found in thermoplastics or metal. Incredible impact and corrosion resistance makes RIM-molded thermosetting resins like polyurethane and polydicyclopentadiene (pDCPD) an excellent choice for original equipment manufacturer’s (OEMs) whose equipment must withstand harsh conditions. RIM plastics excel in high temperature, highly corrosive, and… Read more »

Special COVID-19 message from Osborne

Dear Customers, Suppliers, and Employee-Owners, The novel Coronavirus, better known as COVID-19, has become a household word. Although we do not fully understand its future within our company nor the economy, we do understand and support those that are battling the virus on the front lines. Osborne is working to keep its business safe and… Read more »

How a Plastic Parts Manufacturer Integrates Components Into a Molded Design

Foam Core Inserts

One of the advantages of custom plastic molding is the ability to easily accommodate molded-in components. From brackets or threaded inserts to attach molded plastic parts to finished equipment or cores to add structural integrity to a part, the RTM (Resin Transfer Molding) and RIM (Reaction Injection Molding) processes are well suited for molded-in components.