Injection Molding Resin: LCP (liquid crystal polymers)

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LCP (liquid crystal polymers) possess many highly desirable properties, including:

  • Highly mechanically strong at high temperatures
  • Inherent flame retardancy
  • Good weatherability
  • Extreme chemical resistance
  • Resistant to stress cracking

LCP is sold under names you are probably familiar with already, such as Kevlar, Vectran and Zenite.


Liquid crystal polymers are useful for a broad range of applications, including:

  • Parts for microwave ovens
  • Circuit board parts
  • Parts for electric motors
  • Cookware
  • Semiconductor handling devices
  • Chip carriers
  • Coiling parts
  • Socket connectors

Are Liquid Crystal Polymers Right for Your Project?

At Stack Plastics, our team has extensive experience with injection molding. We’ve worked with all types of polymers, including liquid crystal polymers, and can help you determine whether they are a good match for your application.

Contact Stack Plastics

To learn more about the advantages of liquid crystal polymers or to discuss your injection molding project, contact Stack Plastics today.