They are plastics that are well suited to particular applications, processes or environments. These precision parts are fabricated from polymer resins and may be lathed, milled, molded, annealed, welded, cut, bent, formed or stamped. Read More…
All Plastics and Fiberglass, Inc.Mobile, AL | 800-226-1134
We are accomplished plastic fabricators. The usability of our products is unmatched. We offer a plethora of secondary services for optional features. All of engineers are extremely thorough when creating these plastics. Your satisfaction is essential to us. You can count on us to give you exactly what you are looking for. Give us a call today to learn more information!$$$
Park Plastic ProductsFort Wayne, IN | 800-228-7716
At Park Plastic Products our main focus is manufacturing custom fabricated tanks from polypropylene and co-polymer. Chemical rinse tanks, dip tanks, anodizing tanks, tank liners, air purification tanks, drip pans and custom rolled polypropylene tanks are available to be built to your size and specifications.$$$
SAY Plastics, Inc.McSherrystown, PA | 717-633-6333
SAY Plastics is a plastics processor specializing in OEM Thermoforming. Our state of the art facility, located in South Central Pennsylvania, houses the latest manufacturing technologies. From our computer controlled forming equipment and our vacuum molding capabilities, to our brand new high speed CNC Routers, SAY Plastics has the tools for your next project.$$$
Northland Plastics, Inc.Sheboygan, WI | 800-776-7163
Experts in unique custom plastic extrusion products and complex secondary fabrications, Northland Plastics specializes in custom plastic profile extrusions such as extruded plastic tubing, rigid plastic profiles and flexible plastic profiles. Call Northland Plastics, Inc. for all your extrusion needs.$$$
Thrust IndustriesEvansville, IN | 800-467-6730
Thrust Industries is committed to quality in everything it does, from its technical knowledge to its customer service. As a leading plastic fabricator, the entire team at Thrust is devoted to developing high-quality solutions for your business and delivering them exactly when you need them. Thrust has served the needs of customers across the globe for over 3 decades— become one of them today.$$$
Almost any thermoplastic material can be custom formed, including polypropylene, polycarbonate, acrylic, nylon, polyvinyl chloride, polystyrene and polyethylene. The pure plastic resin is mixed with additives that change or enhance the plastic's properties, like strength, temperature resistance, color, flexibility, ductility, moisture resistance, abrasion resistance, lifespan, surface finish, texture, hardness and durability.
Custom-made plastic products span many different applications within the medical, oil, automotive, food and beverage, electronics, pharmaceutical, packaging, plumbing, construction and appliance industries, among many others. Custom plastic products include anything from small plastic washers to large, complex medical machinery enclosures for clean rooms.
Other products include tanks, pipe systems, filtration systems, automobile parts and ventilation systems, as many of these must be made according to the specific standards of their applications. Custom plastic products may be more expensive, but they are also produced in smaller runs, have a larger amount of fine detail and high precision.
Many custom plastic fabrications are made using CAD/CAM or CNC-operated machinery that follows a certain design, print or sketch that is uploaded into computer software. The design is then carried out by the computerized machinery, ensuring a high degree of repeatability and no human error. Thermoplastic is a very formable material when heated, and it can take the shape of just about anything. There are many different types of plastic. Some plastic product applications require certain properties and therefore must be specially made.
All plastic made for the food processing, dairy, brewery, restaurant and kitchen industries must be made from FDA approved food grade plastic. This type of plastic has greater purity than others and must be resistant to fats, oils, moisture and other materials. Similarly, plastic made for medical parts, equipment and containers are also held to specific safety standards. They must be able to handle bodily fluids, be air and water tight and must not contaminate medications.