Nylon reduces weight of wearable devices by 30%
Time:2023-08-30 15:02:43    Hits:289

With the development of artificial intelligence (AI), Internet of Things (IoT) and 5G networks, consumer demand for wearable devices continues to grow. According to PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) technologies alone are expected to reach a market value of nearly $1.9 trillion by 2030. In addition, consumers also put forward higher requirements for the lightness of the equipment, and hope that the equipment can ensure the comfort of wearing while having a strong structure.

Modify PA610 23% filler-reinforced low-density resin can be used for most wearable device components. Modify PA610 glass fiber reinforced low density resin, can manufacture high mechanical strength components. Both materials are at least 30% lighter than existing materials, helping to create wearable devices that are easier to carry on a daily basis and more comfortable to the touch, such as: AR/VR headsets, devices and glasses, headsets Headphones, smart watchbands, gaming devices, wearable payment devices, etc.


Comprising 30% of the composition of the new materials from biological raw materials, both products can also reduce fossil fuel consumption without sacrificing performance. In addition, they can also help to reduce the weight of non-wearable devices such as drones, mobile phone speakers, mobile phones, smart medical devices and smartphones.