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What's the difference and why is cast film (in our opinion) better?

2022-06-09 09:26   Téléphones   Say   11 views

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The very nature of blown film makes it a pre-stretched product, and the thickness of blown film is adjustable dependent on the diameter of the tube from which it comes.

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