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CompositesFormed by combining different materials, such as Carbon Fiber, Corian, Brick
ElastomersNatural and synthetic rubber materials, such as Viton and Latex Rubber
FoamsFormed as bubbles expand creating air pockets, such as Styrofoam
Glass & CeramicsHard, rigid, and brittle materials, such as Glazed Tile and Soda Lime Glass
MetalsMalleable materials that have an indefinite amount of uses, such as Iron and Steel
Natural InorganicNaturally occurring non living items, such as Gemstones, Shells, Stone
Natural OrganicNaturally occurring living items, such as Leather and all kinds of Wood.
Paper BasedThin sheets of wood pulp or other fibrous materials, such as Copy Paper.
PlasticsMaterial that is used to form nearly any shape, such as ABS, Plexiglas, Teflon
Textiles & FabricsFibers are woven together to create a material, such as Kevlar, Nylon, Fleece