Quality American vacuum formed plastic manufacturers
Vacuum forming, which is a version of thermoforming and one of the oldest plastic forming methods, occurs when a sheet of plastic is heated and formed onto the surface of a single-surface mold by a vacuum. Only one side of the plastic sheet is shaped using the mold.
This process is typically used for larger products / parts at smaller production runs and is good for rapid prototyping. It allows for lower setup and design costs compared to higher-volume plastics manufacturing processes such as injection molding. Use of the vacuum forming method is common in many automotive components such as bumpers and door interiors, engine covers, parts for ATMs / kiosks, and plastic packaging.
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K&H prides itself in our ISO9001:2015 Certification. Quality is our first priority and our documented manual gives the entire company direction to achieve the quality you expect. Our documented inspections are written and compiled in our PC-DIMIS software. Off-line programming shortens lead time while allowing the quality department more time to analyze your parts to the level you expect. We offe...Read more
Leading Edge has the in-house capability to manufacture molds and tooling using the highest quality tooling materials and craftsmanship. Our molds and tooling can be designed to handle a wide range of production volumes, dimensional requirements, and processing conditions depending on customer or project requirements. We have the capability to manufacture pre-preg parts utilizing a variety of mat...Read more
Lormac Plastics occupies a modern, well-equipped, 12,000 square foot facility conveniently located between San Diego and Los Angeles in Escondido, California. Lormac also has a second plant (formerly Calforma) located in Poway, California and a composites plant, Red Composites, located in Tijuana, Mexico to serve all of our client’s needs.
Since 1971, MTS Products has improved and expanded our product lines to provide the most complete product selection with unmatched design flexibility. All of our products are shipped from our 100,000+ square foot manufacturing and warehouse facilities. We also offer custom design services to meet any set of specifications or project requirements
With our expertise in our plastic profile extrusion division from our Woburn, MA location since 1962. In 1970, we constructed another plant in New Bedford, MA, to house our sheet line extrusion; thermoforming / vacuum forming operation. Later in 1985, we added our rotational molding division into our New Bedford Plant. Today, we are proud to have customers who have been working with us for over 5...Read more
We take great pride in delivering spot-on solutions each and every engagement: in not only meeting, but exceeding, even the most demanding specifications. But it's not just our ability to perform day-in-and-day-out in the realms of engineering and production that keep our customers coming back for more. It is the fact that we don't just say we value our customers... we demonstrate it at every tur...Read more
We know that when your business is saving lives, innovation is essential, and there’s zero margin for error. From the smallest micro-miniature components to the biggest new ideas, we bring unmatched quality and precision to every medical product we manufacture. And we’re continually expanding our medical manufacturing capabilities, like our 2,000 square foot, Validated ISO Class 8 Controlled Envi...Read more
The manufacturing practices include 3-4 Axis CNC Milling Machines that include manual capabilities, CNC Panel Saws, CNC Routers, CNC Drilling Machines, CNC Lathes & Turning Centers and Sanding/Finishing Systems. PlastiFab / Leed Plastics is also concerned for its people & environment by adhering to stringent air quality standards both inside the facility as well as the emissions that comply with ...Read more
Ingrid has been helping all of ThermoPro’s customers for over 15 years and has been the lynchpin force behind our continual A+ customer service ratings! Freight quotes, inventory levels, or simple project updates, Ingrid has the answers – or knows who does. To get the conversation started about your thermoforming needs, please reach out to her at any time.
Willamette Plastics was founded in 1982 initially servicing the recreational pool industry. Since that time we have grown and expanded into the following industries: medical, dental, aerospace, semiconductor, industrial, beverage, gaming and graphic art industries.
We have the capability to coat, paint, engrave, laser etch, sand and polish complex parts through highly efficient engineering processes. Whether it be logos, part numbers, and designs or patterns, Crystal Craft makes sure every part is correctly labeled and finished before delivery to the customer. Customer satisfaction is our highest concern and it is the very reason why we still have clients s...Read more
"From the time I fax my order through the arrival here of your products "smooth" seems to be the best word to describe our relationship. We get your products in a timely manner and with very few miscounts and or breakages. If we do have any issues your staff takes care of us over the phone with courtesy and promptness. Your products are perennial favorites among our customers and we, at Angler Sp...Read more
After pressure forming, the parts went through rigorous quality inspections to verify flatness, the forming details, and surface quality. Upon completion of thermoforming the part was then trimmed using a 5-axis CNC router, this process required meeting tolerance of ± 0.005". The total quantity of the run was 4,000 pieces which we delivered in four weeks from the start of production.
Steven owned a design firm called Zany Concepts in Newport Beach, CA from 1990 to 1994. Steven has been designing and prototyping nearly his entire life and has been at the forefront of technologies such as the snowboard and full-face bicycle helmets.
Hammer Plastics can make custom pieces for many different transportation vehicles. The examples below show our custom products in Ford Transit 130 or 148 with paneling from top to bottom. Give us a call to see how we can make custom pieces to fit your needs.
At the heart of Kenson’s value proposition is our commitment to forming true partnerships with our customers, working closely with you to turn your designs into a reality. That is why our facility features a custom-built Tech Center, a unique space for collaboration and innovation. In this dedicated area of our shop, we have 3D scanning and reverse engineering capabilities, as well as six seats o...Read more
Molded Plastic Industries (MPI) opened its doors in 1974, as a manufacturer of fiberglass reinforced products, focusing on our core values of quality, delivery and customer service. We began operations using open molding and liquid composite (a.k.a., cold molding and liquid compression) processes. In 1978, we became one of the first companies in the world to successfully make parts in a productio...Read more
Package Development is a manufacturer of custom thermoformed and printed packaging and displays, providing high quality design, engineering, production and fulfillment for all thermoformed and printed packaging needs. Package Development’s integration of printed cards, folding cartons, set up boxes, and all other packaging mediums enables us to bring our customer’s products to market with well de...Read more
We first attached a star medallion using a ¼-20 nut and lock-tite, then attached the screen using two Esna nuts after making sure the screen was properly centered. Seven T-bolts were placed in hole locations and glue was applied to the T-bolts and around the perimeter of the parts. A vent cover was then placed on top and attached using sonic welding, while the glue was allowed to dry. Lastly, we ...Read more
At 85, Elwyn still comes by the plant once a week to make sure we’re doing good work. Elwyn started his career as an equipment engineer with Dixie Cup and helped develop the very first plastic cup manufacturing line in the U.S. That involved months of work with Brown Equipment Group, the largest maker of plastic thermoform equipment in the U.S. Once those four plastic cup lines were installed and...Read more
Tru-Form Plastics is a full-service custom thermoformer with more than 100 years of combined experience. Located in Southern California, Tru-Form’s offerings include design, production, assembly and distribution. The company is well positioned to meet a variety of needs and serves multiple industries including medical, aerospace and defense, automotive, consumer, and architectural lighting.
We would like to take a moment to formally thank each & every one of them for their service. You have all helped us to become what we are. We intend to continue to strive to be the best we can. We will continue to treat each one of you with the respect you deserve as we realize our success is truly in your hands. We have always made an attempt to satisfy every one of our clients needs & we intend...Read more