CANBERRA – Australian auto makers are looking at a new plastics-coating technology developed by government researchers. The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization has formed a company to commercialize the technology that solves the problem of how to permanently bond, print and paint plastic components. The new company, Polymer Surface Technology Pty Ltd. (PST), hopes to accelerate the use of polypropylene and other plastics that currently will not ...

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