This is a plastic thermoforming process that involves forming thermoplastic sheets into three-dimensional shapes through the application of heat and pressure.
Basically during the vacuum forming processes, plastic material is heated until it becomes pliable, and then it is placed over a mould and drawn in by a vacuum until it takes on the desired shape.
Vacuum thermoforming is a great method for producing plastic parts that have sharp details and fit nicely to specific products. Our in-house tooling capabilities allow us to offer exciting design options at affordable prices.
We have a variety of Geiss and Cannon Shelley forming machines in our plant. Maximum bed size of 2500mm x 1500mm with a draw depth of 800mm.