Paper PP Alloy – A Greener Paper Notebook?

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Your next notebook (electronic one) may be made of paper if Pega Design has anything to do with it. Their Paper PP Alloy is made to replace plastic shells using  a combination of recycled paper and polypropylene.  The paper-based material is strong, sturdy, flexible, environmentally-friendly and inexpensive to make.  The material can be molded using injection molding methods.  Turn your notebook into a notebook.

 

 

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  2. This is nothing new, the company has been around since 2008. The first time I heard of them was sometime in 2009.

    While the sample image is of a mold taken from one of the early Asus Eee PC netbooks and is the same image I saw them use back then. So apparently nothing has changed!

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