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Not All Plastic Material Handling Products are Made the Same Way
Understanding the trade-offs between machine costs, cycle times, and product properties, is key to developing successful products. We design our products in-house and work with world class tool makers to maximize product quality and output.
High demand, repeatable parts, and tight tolerances are best suited for injection molding. We offer structural foam-injection molding, using virgin and recycled resins to keep unit costs low while also being much more durable and dependable when in use.
Parts that are rotationally molded are the most impact resistant products. This process is ideal for small production runs and low upfront tooling investments. Pallets and bins that are large in size and simple in design are great for the rotational molding process.
High demand products that require low upfront tooling costs are great for the thermoforming process. Product development is rapid and design changes are flexible. Thermoformed parts are pliable and impact resistant.
Leading Experts in Every Plastic Molding Processes
See our FAQ articles to learn more about the different types of plastic molding.