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My customer give me a unit of SPI/SPE#1 for finishing, I don't know what it is for finishing. Can Somebody tell me what SPI/SPI is and where I can find SPI/SPE data?
Buny L [last name deleted for privacy by Editor]
Hello Buny L!
Information on the Society of the Plastics Industry can be found at www.plasticsindustry.org, and the home page of the Society of Plastics Engineers is
www.4spe.org. Usually when I see SPI/SPE it refers to a joint product of these organizations.
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