We are delighted to announce that our new website is live! After a few years, a little facelift was in order. The new design is crisper, cleaner with updated photos, case studies and technical guides. We know that content is king, so we continue to work on developing new white papers and case studies for both thin-gauge and heavy-gauge thermoforming applications. Let us know what you think.
Archive for month: February, 2016
Crown Plastics (Festus, MO) is a leading supplier of plastic lighting enclosures. The company uses acrylic, polycarbonate and polyethylene to manufacture lighting components that are shipped all over the world.
A large thermoforming company recently worked with CMT specialists to implement a new material specifically designed to meet the challenges of heavy gauge forming. The company had already switched from heated aluminum to HYTAC syntactic foam plugs several years ago, realizing a 12% savings in plastic usage due to more consistent and repeatable forming. The finished part is now made from 0.150″ (3.81mm) HIPS on both rotary and single-stage machines.