Posted May 19, 2018 05:15:52 A $5 billion design to make veneers that are more durable and resistant to the elements is set to debut at the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas next week.
The paper will be manufactured by Viscosity, a subsidiary of the German technology giant Siemens AG.
It is expected to be the most expensive material to make and the most durable paper in history, according to the company.
A new, high-tech paper, known as Viscos, will be introduced in 2018 and it is expected that it will cost $5 to make, said Thomas Schulz, chief executive of Visco, in an interview with the Associated Press.
Viscoses are also the basis of several high-end products including Viscocore Viscoms and Viscous.
The company says the new material will be able to withstand temperatures as low as -140 degrees Celsius, and withstand high humidity.
Visco has also introduced a new high-quality ink, Viscoso, to replace its traditional ink.
The new paper will also be made from polypropylene, a durable polymer.
Vistas is a spin-off from Siemens and will use the company’s technology for production, Schulz said.
The cost of the Viscosis paper is expected range from $10 to $30 per square meter.
The Viscosal paper is made from a flexible polycarbonate that is more durable than the traditional veneering paper.
It has a thickness of 1.6 millimeters, and is about 1.8 inches long.
Vicinity is a small company based in Germany that is producing high-density, high quality paper for home and office.
The U.S. is also looking at creating a new material called Viscolabs to replace veneered paper, which has been in use for decades.
The material will also replace a high-profile high-strength plastic that has been used for years, such as the polycarbonates that were used in products like T-shirts, shirts, and T-shirt bags.
It will be produced by Visco.
The high-performance paper is called the Flexible Polyethylene, or PEG, and will be the next generation of home and industrial veneerers.