The difference between resin and plastic:
1. Plastic: refers to resin (or direct polymerization of monomers during processing) as the main component, and additives such as plasticizers, fillers, lubricants, colorants, etc. as auxiliary ingredients, which can be actively molded during the processing process It can also be said that the resin is the main material and has plasticity and its products. Plastic generally refers to products, such as plastic cups and plastic bowls.
2. Resin: refers to materials such as polyethylene resin, polypropylene resin, polyester resin, etc. Generally, the terms plastic and resin can be used universally. Therefore, it can be said that plastic is resin and resin is plastic. It can be seen that resin is one of the original materials of plastic, and plastic is a resin product. In other words, the unformed is resin, which is plastic after molding.