Polyacetal resin, also known by polyoxymethylene, is an engineering thermoplastic with high stiffness, low friction, and excellent dimensional stability. It is used in electronics, automotive, food, medicinal, packaging, music, and tobacco industries in the products like Irish flutes, lighters, and coffee spigots.
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