Vast materials capabilities Custom Reaction Injection Molding Reaction Injection Molding of Polyurethane Solid or Foam, Rigid or Flexible, low cost tooling Suitable for large parts & cosmetically critical parts Complex geometry/encapsulate other components Weather resistant, durable, sheet metal replacement Custom Rubber Parts & Plastic Fabrication
THERMOFORMING: Determining the Right Temperature for Thermoforming Determining the Right Temperature for Thermoforming Improving your thermoforming process is not a question of one heating element versus another, but rather the optimum element for the given application.
• Additional rigidity obtained by twin sheet thermoforming or bonding with other rigid materials and shapes • Hollow parts can be produced by twin sheet thermoforming • Pressure forming produces sharp features and details similar to injection molding • Able to form multilayer sheet material for varied engineering and aesthetic results Jan 01, 2004 · Twin-sheet thermoforming is a promising but challenging process for making hollow or double-walled industrial parts. The process is increasingly being adopted to make vending-machine chutes, equipment frames, pallets, bed-liners, air ducts, and both structural chassis parts and surface panels for medical, printing, and electronic equipment.
The plastic part remains in the mold until it solidifies. Excess material is trimmed after the part is removed from the mold. Hollow or double-walled parts can be created by twin-sheet thermoforming that fuses two separate sheets simultaneously formed in their respective molds.