Vacuum formatting is a method of processing plastics that makes it possible to create foil products with a thickness of 0.15 mm to 2 mm. This allows you to create individually designed inserts or trays. Their preparation is a technological process that aims to prepare these devices according to the guidelines specified by the client.
The injection molding method has been known for many years. Injection molding technology is one of the most common methods used in the plastics processing industry. Manufacturers from other industries also eagerly reach for it. Continuous improvement of technology expands the variety of plastics produced, meeting the requirements set by the Client.
The production of plastic elements is currently considered one of the most future-oriented. However, it is worth bearing in mind that only a well-created project that can be implemented for implementation is able to be successful. So what is the final production step, i.e. creating an element using the injection /vacuum method? How does it look like step by step?
When looking at the methods of processing plastics, it is impossible not to get the impression that the two main ones are primarily injection molding and thermoforming. What is the characteristic of the second method? Will it replace injection molding soon? What is it and what are its advantages and disadvantages? Many questions arise, but it is worth knowing the answers to them.
The plastics processing industry has chosen the injection molding technology as the best method of producing individual elements. How long has the method already mentioned been used? Why did companies producing plastic elements bet on it? What are the benefits of using it in production? Who is willing to use this solution?
If you disassemble a car or other vehicle into its first parts, you would get the impression that the whole thing was made of a million parts. It also turns out that among them you can find those made of plastic. What is this solution? Is it worth using them in the automotive industry? What share of this type of material can be noted? Why are they called materials of the future?