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Thermoforming is the process of forming a heated plastic sheet to the surface of either a male or female mold. This is a single-sided plastic fabrication process, unlike injection molding; only one side of the plastic sheet is controlled by the mold or tool. Vacuum forming and pressure forming are both popular styles of thermoforming.

The final pieces are trimmed robotically, then can be used uncoated, painted or have specialty coatings.

  • Lower tooling costs compared to injection molding
  • Quick Product development and prototyping
  • Bright color and texture options
  • Extreme adaptability and simple adjustments

Injection Molding requires a great deal of upfront design and engineering to develop detailed tooling or molds. Split-die molds are injected with molten liquid polymers at high temperatures under extreme pressure. The molds are then cooled to release complete plastic parts.

The final pieces are removed form the mold, then often need to be painted and can be silk screened or have specialty coatings.

  • Detailed, highly engineered tooling with multi-cavity mold options
  • Precise, efficient processing for large volumes of small parts
  • Effective reduction of piece count
  • Efficient material use and low scrap rates


FORMING AREA: (Width)  550MM – 1,100MM

                                (Length) 700MM – 1,200MM


:  1,200 Shot/Hour, 3.0 Sec/Cycle Max. (General Products such as HIPS 0.4MM)

: 1. Toggle Links of Upper and Lower Forming Table are Operated by a Servomotor

                                       2. Four Types of Forming Method:

                                           A.Upper Vacuum

                                           B.Lower Vacuum

                                           C.Upper Vacuum + Lower Air Pressure Forming

                                           D.Lower Vacuum + Upper Air Pressure Forming

: Thermoplastic Resin Material in Rolls such as PS, PP, PVC, HIPS, ABS, etc.


Optimization of mold-clamping force and automated adjustment to reduce unnecessary energy loss

Sophisticated Engineered
For Maximum Productivity with Impeccable Quality

Extremely Low Deformation as well as Excellent Strength with CAD/CAE Software and Finite Element Analysis (FEA)

Double-Cylinder Toggle Mechanism
Five-Point Toggle Mechanism
For Faster Mold Clamping Speed

PID Temperature Control, Synchronous Temperature Rise Control