New product from French firm uses wafer moulding process to make a high-strength polymer

French firm Diamant has developed a polymer with an extraordinary strength of 10.4 pounds per square inch, according to an article published by The Wall Street Journal.

The polymer is a high quality, high-density polymer with a strong bond strength and durability, the article said.

The article said the wafer-mold technology can be used in the production of various materials.

The company says its polymer can be found in a variety of applications, including auto parts, plastics and aerospace materials.

Diamants Polymer is a new high-yield polymer, the company said.

It’s produced using a high strength, high elasticity polymer, making it stronger than most polymers.

It has a flexible, flexible-like surface, which allows it to be easily bent or bent and formed into shapes and shapes into shapes, according the company.

Dries, France, is the second-largest producer of polymers in Europe, according a 2017 report by Euromonitor International.