Productive Plastics, Inc., a leading heavy gauge plastic thermoforming company, announces that its new Fiberglass to Plastic Thermoforming Comparison and Conversion Guide is now available. The guide can be downloaded at no charge from the Productive Plastics website: http://www.productiveplastics.com/request-fiberglass-plastic-thermoforming-comparison-conversion-guide/.
Mt. Laurel, NJ (PRWEB) December 14, 2016
Productive Plastics, a leading heavy gauge plastic thermoforming contract manufacturer, announces the release of its new Fiberglass to Plastic Thermoforming Comparison and Conversion Guide. This design guide is available to be downloaded in PDF format from the Productive Plastics website at http://www.productiveplastics.com/request-fiberglass-plastic-thermoforming-comparison-conversion-guide/ at no charge.
This design guide was developed to provide insights for original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), design engineers and anyone considering the use of heavy gauge plastic thermoforming http://www.productiveplastics.com/heavy-gauge-thermoforming/ for their products as an upgraded replacement for fiberglass. Topics covered in this guide include:
> Fiberglass and Plastic Thermoforming Process Overviews
> Tooling and Process Comparisons
> Weight Considerations
> Material Performance and Other Considerations
> Upgrading From Fiberglass to Plastic Thermoforming
“This new fiberglass to plastic thermoforming guide can really provide some assistance to customers and prospects as they consider different material and manufacturing technology,” said Evan Gilham, Productive Plastics COO. “The guide summarizes a lot of Productive Plastics’ accumulated knowledge and experience gained over decades of providing plastic thermoforming services and many projects converting fiberglass parts to plastic thermoformed components for our customers.”
Additional information about plastic thermoforming compared to fiberglass can be found at http://www.productiveplastics.com/fiberglass-vs-thermoforming/.
Thermoforming is the plastic production process that heats a two-dimensional rigid thermoplastic sheet and uses vacuum and/or pressure to form that sheet into a three-dimensional shape. Productive Plastics’ core competency is in cut-sheet heavy gauge thermoforming with sheet materials ranging from .060 to .500 inches thick. Typical applications for custom heavy gauge thermoformed components include transportation (rail cars, buses, trucks), industrial equipment, medical device , kiosks and many types of plastic enclosures.
About Productive Plastics
Headquartered in Mt. Laurel, NJ and established in 1955, Productive Plastics offers thermoformed plastic components through pressure thermoforming and vacuum forming. Productive Plastics is a leading contract manufacturer of heavy gauged thermoformed parts for medical equipment, transportation, kiosk, industrial, and plastic enclosure markets. For more information, please visit http://www.productiveplastics.com/ or call 856-778-4300.
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