The highly versatile polymer now into mass production
Perth, Western Australia -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/14/2016 -- The Indiegogo campaign, which was only launched last month, has achieved its 90% goal. It means that the useful INGO Biodegradable Polymer has made its way to mass production so that more and more users can benefit from it.
The company had been making this easy to use polymer on a smaller scale. But the idea was to make the production cheaper and faster so that it can reach out to a wider audience. Moreover the makers also intended to keep the eventual costs down for consumers, which is something they will manage to achieve thanks to the mass production of the polymer. And that has only been possible thanks to the huge response the Indiegogo campaign from the company received.
One of the main advantages of the INGO Biodegradable Polymer is that it is very simple to use. All one has to do is dip it in boiling water at about 60 degree C and wait for a couple of minutes. The polymer softens and can then be used for a whole range of purposes, including fixing things that are broken, ripped, and molding things like mobile phone stands. The polymer is also reusable, which makes it a convenient fixing and making solution for users.
Available in red, blue, yellow, black and white, INGO Biodegradable Polymer has also been created keeping the needs of environment in mind. That's why it is bio-degradable and non-toxic. The makers of the polymer had also turned down the option of creating it with styrene packed polymer pigments. Clearly, the company has the right intentions for its users and also the planet. And now it can take things to a whole new level with the mass production of the polymer.
To boost its Indiegogo campaign, the makers had offered several exciting perks for backers. They seem to have made their mark, along with the relevance of the polymer, and the result is achievement of the funding goal in a short span of time. INGO Biodegradable Polymer is now in mass production and will be shipped to the backers soon, which should be music to their ears.
About INGO Biodegradable Polymer
It is a moldable polymer, which is non-toxic and has several applications for users. People can get it heated easily and mold it into different shapes for all types of DIY projects.
Contact: AK Tan
Address: Perth, Western Australia, Australia