In a nut shell, customised, innovative and economically priced clear plastic packaging. Our base motivation is to provide our customers with clear, strong & scratch resistant plastic packaging which supports the end goals fo each and every one of our clients.
To elaborate though;
Thermoforming and fabrication are quite different procedures, however the over arching theme with both is to create the most efficient and effective presentation packaging to work in combination with your specific products and end requirements.
What is Thermoforming?
All thermoforming processes start with the heating of a thermoplastic material (PVC or PET as prime examples) to a point that it is soft enough to be reshaped. A vacuum is employed to pull or stretch the softened material into a precast resin or aluminium mould that defines the shape required. The new formation is then allowed to cool enough for the plastic to regain enough of its original strength to retain its new shape.
These 2 production methods do not necessarily need to be considered in isolation to each other, there are many instances where a combination of formed and fabricated materials will combine to provide the very best packing solution for you.
A common example of mixing these procedures is to create an insert by thermoforming, to securely hold a product. The insert is then placed into a fabricated box and lid.
For a formed package system to be created and rolled out successfully, the following elements must be fully considered: