Ethylene vinyl acetate (EVA) is a copolymer material that combines flexibility and strength and has many potential applications in packaging and manufacturing. Based in Chambersburg, PA, we can quickly turn around any project with a high degree of accuracy, as well as respect for your budget and your timelines. Make us your first choice for all your fabrication needs.
EVA is up to three times as flexible as LDPE and demonstrates maximum tensile elongation of 750%. It has a peak melting temperature of 250°F (96°C) and maintains an effective heat seal in low temperatures, too. Other notable characteristics include its clarity, impact strength and puncture resistance. EVA plastic won’t crack when flexed or stressed and isn’t affected by ultraviolet radiation.
EVA’s strong barrier properties make it an excellent choice for use in packaging and sealants. It has no odor, and offers good cling and adhesion. Use EVA to create a blown or cast monolayer film, or blend it with other resins for different applications.
We’re pleased to offer customers free, no-obligation quotes for our EVA die cutting services. We can assist with all aspects of a project. We’re unique in our industry in that we don’t impose order minimums, making us ideal for short-run manufacturing or repair.
American Micro Industries brings the same expertise and commitment to excellence with our EVA polymer die cutting as we bring to all of our machining and other part fabrication services. Our facility is loaded with state-of-the-art machining equipment and a wide range of the best materials for component fabrication available. We have decades of experience on our team to bear on your EVA polymer die cutting and other part creation services.
We bring all of this to you — our expertise, our equipment and our knowledge — at a price that will fit most growing company’s budgets, with a turnaround rate much faster than you may expect.
Find out if EVA plastic is the right choice for your project and learn how we can help you bring your product to market — contact American Micro Industries today.