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The Advantages of Vacuum Forming

Vacuum Forming is a relatively common form of plastic moulding, in which a sheet of plastic is heated to its thermoforming temperature. The chamber in which the sheet sits over is filled with air which makes the plastic bubble, the tool is then lifted into the sheet at which point the vacuum chamber removes all the air. This forces the plastic to form around the tool creating the mould you need.

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Case StudiesTom Ketley
Protomould Investment

Over the last 12 months Protomould have undergone a large investment plan expanding not only the factory but it’s broad range of equipment. This exciting new investment allows us to highlight our high standards and professional service, keeping us up to date with the latest technology.

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Case StudiesTom Ketley
VACUUM FORMING

Vacuum formed products are all around us and play a major part in our daily lives. It is an industrial technique which may be used for small batch production or mass production, providing us with our everyday essentials of all things plastic.

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Case StudiesTom Ketley
REPLACING WOOD WITH MODERN PLASTICS

Eliminate the use of wood and replace corner parts with more cost-effective, lighter, high-quality plastic corner mouldings. Like Plas-Tech, our client’s standard for final quality is one of the highest in the industry, and as a result, they faced two challenges - matching the current quality of wood and ensuring the plastic finish matched the current wood grains and colours.

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