Tenite Cellulosics - Experience?

Am interested to know if anyone has had any experience with the Eastman product Tenite - I am looking at using it for a medical device component and looking for any feedback on it’s benefits/costs… I was originally planning to use PC or PP but I have a sense that this material will have a much nicer (for want of a better word) to it - the part contacts the patients head for approx 20min before being disposed.

Thoughts - comments…?

From Eastman:

“Tenite cellulosics are versatile and durable and are noted for their excellent balance of properties, including: toughness, surface gloss, clarity, chemical resistance and warmth to the touch. The material is easily polished and handcrafted and is available in opaque or translucent colors.”

My advice is to contact Gaylon White at Eastman. He will possibly give you some other projects that may be similar to help you decide if this is the right material for you.

Go to http://www.innovationlab.eastman.com