Kastaplast, translating to "Throw Plastic", started out as a small disc design workshop in 2011, using front line working tools such as 3D printing, computer flight simulation and wind tunnel tests. After two years of experimenting and learning, Jonas Lindberg was joined by Anders Källström. The company is based in Stockholm, Sweden.
Kastaplast is renown for its glow plastic which is superior in its brightness and ability to hold the glow for an extended time period. Kastaplast Mint Green is Kastaplast's signature colour for its first run discs. Their discs are available in the following plastic types.
- K1: Kastaplast’s super durable material with a nice combination of firmness and gumminess. K1 discs are available in both solid and translucent colours.
- K1 Soft: Similar to K1, but more flexible and grippy. K1 Soft discs are available in both solid and translucent colours.
- K3: Kastaplast's baseline plastic – grippy in all conditions. Compared to other baseline plastics, K3 is medium soft.
- K3 Hard: A firmer version of K3.
- K1 Glow: The same super durable plastic as K1, but powered with glow!
- Regrind: The discs that don't turn out well at the Kastaplast factory are regrinded into new discs.
For more information about Kastaplast, see their website here.