Economical tooling- Tooling can be created using soft materials. Wood and glass-filled epoxy are typical examples of low-cost materials that can be used for thermoforming applications. With higher production, water-cooled aluminum tools are preferred.
Quick turn around- Parts can be produced from simple patterns. Patterns can be handcrafted or CNC machined Pattern tooling materials include high-density foam and hardwoods.
Large part capability- produce a part up to 10 Ft x 14 Ft with a 36 in depth.
Precise parts- With CNC trimming Parts can be held to a very close tolerance approaching that of injection molding.
Material selection- Many materials lend themselves well to thermoforming including. ABS, HDPE, HIPS, PC, PVC, PP are just a few.
Thick and thin wall sections- Thick Sheet Thermoforming technology can produce parts with a variety of wall thicknesses As thin as .030 inch Greater than .500 inch.