Welcome To High Tech Plastics!

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Check out our eBay store at: http://stores.ebay.com/hightechplastics

I have a massive selection of high tech plastic materials, in mechanical and engineering grades.

From ABS and Acetal to PTFE and Ultem.  We have a full range of standard sizes and diameters, but we specialize in our large selection of remnant pieces. The large volume of material we cut generates a never ending supply of remnant and cut pieces. 

Click on your choice of material at the top or in the right side column to get more information on the product. Untitled-1

Look through the material pages on our eBay store for tons of great cut pieces and full size sheets and rods. The pricing links will direct you to that category of our eBay store. We continually add pieces to the list of high tech plastic materials. As a national supplier of plastic materials, we are cutting and shipping these materials daily. To do so, means more remnant and cut pieces for you.

If you do not find what you are looking for on these pages, please feel free to contact me via email. Please use the link at the bottom right of the page, and fill out the form. I will get back to you as soon as possible. 

Penny Plastics and High Tech Plastics are synonyms.

15 thoughts on “
Welcome To High Tech Plastics!

  1. I would like to order a Teflon sheet from you. However I do not have a PayPal account on eBay. Are there other ordering/payment options available such as COD? I am located in Fayette, Alabama.

  2. Hello!

    I am making zero clearance inserts for my table saw. Can you recommend me a plastic that is highly rigid, but also has a low coefficient of friction? The rigid part is the most important, the friction is not so important, but would be nice.

    It needs to be 7/64″ thick, or thereabouts. (I do not know if 1/8 would work, but I could try it. Thinner might be better) I need a piece at least 4″ wide and at least 14″ long, but if I am going to pay for shipping anyways, I could always get a larger piece, or two pieces to try out.



    1. Hi Daniel,

      Have you heard of or tried using UHMW? UHMW has a very low coefficient of friction, and is commonly used for wear applications. It is rigid, but not as rigid as say, Acetal. Acetal and Nylon may also be a good choice depending on how you want to split your rigid/wear.
      The closest I can get to 7/64 is .090″ on the thinner side and .125″ on the thicker side.


  3. Hello ,
    I have appx 50 PTFE sheets , 53″ x 45″ x 3/16″ I would like to sell . If interested ,or know someone that might be ,please contact me ,I’m also in Anaheim .

    Thank you
    Joe Giffin
    JG Transwerks

  4. Hi,

    I’m looking for 2 pieces of UHMW plastic to mount on the bottom of my Push Sled for weight training.

    Do you have any scraps avaialble of UHMW around the following Dimensions:

    Width – 4 Inches
    Length – 33 Inches
    Thiickness – .50 – .75 inches

    Is this material easy to drill in order to mount on sled? Easy Cut?


  5. I want to build a home garage Lexan MR10 sheet Heat Bender. I just want to bend some windshields and side windows for me and my friends side by sides. Do you know where I could get plans for the bender and specs on how hot to heat the sheet and how long? Some say also, that it has to be ‘dried’ first in an oven for hours. Is this correct? If so, how is the dry time determined and how is it done (without a professional oven? I will mostly be using 3/16″ or possibly 1/4″ Lexan MR10. I already have some ni-chrome wire and an auto transformer. I am a trained electrician and very good with electricity. Thanks for your help.

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