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Wuxi Ocean Tech is a first class plastic thermoforming and vacuum
forming plastics manufacturer. As an expert thermoforming company,
Wuxi Ocean Tech produces high-quality thermoformed plastics and has
done so since our start.
We are a China thermoforming company, manufacturing your components
and products from conception to design to production. Using the
latest CAD-CAM programming software, we can create your products to
your exact specifications.
Thermoforming is a process where thermoplastic sheets are heated
and molded using vacuum pressure to conform the sheet to a specific
mold. New Technology uses its years of experience to come up with a
thermoforming solution for your products. Whether you're creating
custom boxes, grilles or even components for an aircraft, we offer
first tier quality manufacturing.
Plastic thermoforming processes at Wuxi Ocean Tech are capable of
providing high-quality products with low-cost production. Whether
you have a significantly large order or you just need a couple
products for a test run, we can adapt our solutions to suit your
company's project needs.
Q1:What is the minimum order quantity?
A1:Prototype, sample, small batch and large volumes are all
Q2:Which is the safest payment method to trade?
A2:We accept T/T, LC, Paypal, Trade Assurance and Secure Payment.
Q3:When can I get the quotation?
A3:We usually quote within 48-72 hours (depending on complexity of
the product) after we get your inquiry.
Q4:How can I get a sample for initial evaluation?
A4:We can provide you samples for testing and evaluation
immediately upon your request.
Q5:How long will it take to produce ordered sample?
A5:It will take 7-10 days for the samples made with prototyping
method; sample from mould will be available in 30-35 days.
Q6:Are you a manufactureror trading company? What's your Brand and
A6:We are a OEM/ODM company providing comprehensive product
development and manufacturing solutions.
Q7:How do you ensure quality control?
A7:We inspect products on every stage of production and
Thermoforming differs from injection molding, blow molding, rotational molding and other forms of processing plastics. Thin-gauge thermoforming is
primarily the manufacture of disposable cups, containers, lids, trays, blisters, clamshells, and other products for the food, medical, and general retail industries. Thick-gauge thermoforming includes parts as diverse as
vehicle door and dash panels, refrigerator liners, utility vehicle
beds, and plastic pallets. In the most common method of high-volume, continuous thermoforming
of thin-gauge products, plastic sheet is fed from a roll or from an extruder into a set of indexing chains that incorporate pins, or spikes,
that pierce the sheet and transport it through an oven for heating
to forming temperature. The heated sheet then indexes into a form
station where a mating mold and pressure-box close on the sheet,
with vacuum then applied to remove trapped air and to pull the
material into or onto the mold along with pressurized air to form
the plastic to the detailed shape of the mold. (Plug-assists are
typically used in addition to vacuum in the case of taller,
deeper-draw formed parts in order to provide the needed material
distribution and thicknesses in the finished parts.) After a short
form cycle, a burst of reverse air pressure is actuated from the
vacuum side of the mold as the form tooling opens, commonly
referred to as air-eject, to break the vacuum and assist the formed
parts off of, or out of, the mold. A stripper plate may also be
utilized on the mold as it opens for ejection of more detailed
parts or those with negative-draft, undercut areas. The sheet
containing the formed parts then indexes into a trim station on the
same machine, where a die cuts the parts from the remaining sheet
web, or indexes into a separate trim press where the formed parts
are trimmed. The sheet web remaining after the formed parts are
trimmed is typically wound onto a take-up reel or fed into an
inline granulator for recycling.