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Acetate is a natural plastic that is strong, impact resistant, and resistant to oil, water, and abrasion. It is a thin material most often used as a film. It is lightweight and can be molded into small parts. Acetate plastic resin balls are a good substitute for metal and steel balls and are used for precision bearing applications and surface finishing applications. They are also used for toys, beading, and pinheads.

Precision Plastic Balls manufactures acetate plastic resin balls in sizes from micron to 6" and offers a range of colors. Our staff has the technical expertise to assist you to ensure that your acetate resin balls will meet or exceed your quality and performance requirements.

Contact us today to discuss how our acetate plastic balls can solve your manufacturing challenge.

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Item #

Size

Color

Tolerance (±)

Durometer/Hardness Rating

N/A 0.2756 in7 mm N/A Blue N/A 0.002 in N/A 85
N/A 0.3125 in7.9375 mm N/A White N/A 0.002 in N/A 85
N/A 0.3150 in8 mm N/A Alabaster N/A 0.002 in N/A 85
N/A 0.3150 in8 mm N/A Black N/A 0.002 in N/A 85
N/A 0.3150 in8 mm N/A Red/Fluorescent N/A 0.002 in N/A 85
N/A 0.3750 in9.5250 mm N/A Red N/A 0.002 in N/A 85
N/A 0.3750 in9.5250 mm N/A White N/A 0.002 in N/A 85
N/A 0.3937 in10 mm N/A Clear N/A 0.002 in N/A 85
N/A 0.4370 in11.1125 mm N/A Clear N/A 0.002 in N/A 85
N/A 0.470 in12 mm N/A White N/A 0.002 in N/A 85
N/A 0.500 in12.70 mm N/A Clear N/A 0.002 in N/A 85
N/A 0.500 in12.70 mm N/A Red N/A 0.002 in N/A 85
N/A 0.500 in12.70 mm N/A White N/A 0.002 in N/A 85
N/A 0.625 in15.875 mm N/A Black N/A 0.002 in N/A 85
N/A 0.625 in15.875 mm N/A White N/A 0.002 in N/A 85
N/A 0.750 in19.05 mm N/A Red N/A 0.002 in N/A 85
N/A 1 in25.4 mm N/A Black N/A 0.002 in N/A 85
N/A 1 in25.4 mm N/A Clear N/A 0.002 in N/A 85
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