Vacuum Forming Vacuum forming is a generic term nowadays and usually includes thermoforming , pressure forming and twin sheet forming to form a coverall type of generic molding. In pressure forming, the sheet is heated and positioned the same as in vacuum forming, but a second piece of tooling (or box as some call it) with positive pressure is used in addition to the vacuum to push the sheet into the shape. Secondary trimming and additional operations are the same as in … READ MORE >
Routers A computer numerical control router is a computer-controlled cutting machine related to the hand-held router used for cutting various hard materials, such as wood, composites, aluminum, steel, plastics, glass, and foams. CNC routers can perform the tasks of many carpentry shop machines such as the panel saw, the spindle motor, and the boring machine. They can also cut mortises and tenons. For more information on Injection molding Machines or other machines you might need please see our article about What Type … READ MORE >
Granulators A plastics granulator shears and smashes scrap plastic to make granules for molding. Heavy knives are bolted to a rotor turn at high speed, close to a fixed anvil. Plastic offcuts from pressed products are loaded into a small granulator beside the press. Larger quantities are brought to a large granulator. For more information on Injection molding Machines or other machines you might need please see our article about What Type of Plastics and Metal Machinery do I Need? Machinery Center … READ MORE >
Shredders Industrial shredders come in many different design variations and many sizes. The industrial shredder is mainly composed of shredding blade group, loading box, box bracket, feeding system, power system and electrical control system. Because the hardness of different materials is different, the blades are also slightly different. Some manufacturers classify industrial shredders into metal shredders, plastic shredders, tire shredders, scrap aluminum shredders, wood shredders and so on according to the different blades of industrial shredders. For more information on Injection molding … READ MORE >
Plastic and Metal Machines are used in any process that cuts, shapes or otherwise forms a plastic or metal material into an end product. These end products can be anything from car parts, toys, food storage containers, rigid pipes, electronic products, building siding, plastic film, connectors, displays, medical components, plastic optical lenses, luggage, IT equipment, TVs, computers and other widely used daily necessities. The major benefit of these machining tools is the exceptional uniformity and precision they deliver when manufacturing these plastic and metal products.