Vacuum forming ABS thermoformed Sheet plastic products for cover
WUXI OCEAN TECHNOLOGY CO.,LTD founded in 2011,near to Shanghai,is a professional supplier of
various vacuum thermoforming products.Now our factory have 5
production lines,we have the thermoforming machines,beating
machines,punch machines,cutting machines,etc.The max thickness we
could reach is 10mm.
Our products are widely used in electronics, automobile
manufacturing, precision instruments,
printed circuit boards, optical, precision machinery, semiconductor
LCD, health care, pharmaceutical, food, research and teaching and
1.Q:Can I check the quality of goods before delivery?
A: Yes, you come to our factory by yourself,or ask your colleagues
in your Chinses office or
even ask a third party inspection company to check the quality
2.Q: If we invest in mold, but the sample is not satisfying,what
should we do?
A: We will make mold strictly according to the drawing or samples,
if the first sample is not
satisfied,we will modify mole until it satisfied.
3.Q:What is the material of your product?
A:PP, PS, PVC,PET, PE,ABS and some other blister material.
4.Q: Can you help with the design?
A:Yes, we can accept your customization and do the packaging for
you according to your
5.Q:Can I get some samples before making a bulk order?
A:Yes, the fee sample can be sent, but the shipping fee should paid
6.Q:Do you have MOQ?
A:Yes, we have. but different product will have different MOQ, so
let us know which product
you like firstly.
7. Q:Could I put my logo in your product?
A:Yes, we can put your logo in our product, show us your logo
|Product Name||Vacuum forming ABS thermoformed Sheet plastic products for cover|
|Business Type||Manufacture, factory|
|Size||the thickness from 0.2~10(mm)|
|Main Feature||OEM/ODM, speical design for your products|
|Process||Blister, Vacuum forming|
|Payment terms||T/T,L/C,Paypal,Western Union etc|
|Design Service||OEM/ODM Service|
|Delivery||5~7 days for sample approval, mass run depends on your q'ty.|
Plastic Materials and Their Characteristics
Plastics comprise a of a wide range of materials but fundamentally
fall into two groups – thermoset and thermoplastic, the latter
being a material which, due to the molecular structure, has the
property of softening repeatedly when heated and hardening once
cooled. Thermoplastics also have what is known as a ‘memory’
enabling a formed part to revert to its original state when
It is the thermoplastic type that is used specifically for
thermoforming and therefore we will concentrate on this category in
this section. Further information on the complete range of polymers
can be obtained from the contacts listed at the end of this manual.
Polymers are made up of molecules which in turn are made up of
atoms. These atoms have many different combinations which all have
different properties and contain a wide range of additives to give
each material its own characteristics. There is constant research
being carried out to develop new materials suited to an ever
increasing range of applications. Later in this section we have
provided a breakdown of the more common materials used for
thermoforming, their characteristics and the applications to which
they are most suited.
Thermoplastics are split into two different groups – amorphous and
crystaline. Crystalline thermoplastics contain an ordered manner of
molecules and amorphous contain a random arrangement.
Generally speaking amorphous materials, e.g. Polystyrene and ABS
are easier to vacuum form as they do not have such a critical
forming temperature. When heat is applied amorphous materials
becomes soft and pliable – when it reaches this state it is known
as its Glass Transition Temperature (Tg). If heated to a higher
temperature it reaches a Viscous state (Tv). The changes occur over
a range of temperatures and enable the operator to have a fairly
wide forming range.
Semi-crystaline and crystaline materials, e.g. Polyethylene and
Polypropylene have a far more critical forming temperature as they
go rapidly from the Tg state to Tv a change known as the Melt
Transition Temperature (Tm). When using crystalline materials is
imperative that accurate temperature control is used to monitor the
In summary, the forming temperature bands for amorphous materials
is much wider and as a result are easier to process in comparison
to their semi-crystalline counterparts. In other words they have a
much better melt strength and will not sag as much as the melt
transition temperature is reached.
The accompanying table 4.1 lists some more commonly used amorphous
and semi crystalline materials and provides a guideline as to their