Factory supply Customized vacuum formed thermoforming plastic
WUXI OCEAN TECHNOLOGY CO.,LTD founded in 2011,near to Shanghai,is a professional supplier of various vacuum thermoforming
products.Now our factory have 5 production lines,we have the
thermoforming machines,beating machines,punch machines,cutting
machines,etc.The max thickness we could reach is 10mm.
Our products are widely used in electronics, automobile
manufacturing, precision instruments,
printed circuit boards, optical, precision machinery, semiconductor
LCD, health care, pharmaceutical, food, research and teaching and
1.Q:Can I check the quality of goods before delivery?
A: Yes, you come to our factory by yourself,or ask your colleagues
in your Chinses office or
even ask a third party inspection company to check the quality
2.Q: If we invest in mold, but the sample is not satisfying,what
should we do?
A: We will make mold strictly according to the drawing or samples,
if the first sample is not
satisfied,we will modify mole until it satisfied.
3.Q:What is the material of your product?
A:PP, PS, PVC,PET, PE,ABS and some other blister material.
4.Q: Can you help with the design?
A:Yes, we can accept your customization and do the packaging for
you according to your
5.Q:Can I get some samples before making a bulk order?
A:Yes, the fee sample can be sent, but the shipping fee should paid
6.Q:Do you have MOQ?
A:Yes, we have. but different product will have different MOQ, so
let us know which product
you like firstly.
7. Q:Could I put my logo in your product?
A:Yes, we can put your logo in our product, show us your logo
|Process Of Kind||ODM/OEM|
|Main Products||Thick vacuum forming product, Thermoforming product|
|Main Procedures||Designing, Moulding, Silk-screen,Vacuum Forming, CNC Cutting,
Scraping, Polishing, Spary painting, Splicing,Packing|
The max product size can be up to 3000*1800*1000mm(L*W*H).
|Thickness||The material thickness can reach 10mm.|
|Colors||Any color as you required|
|Application Field||Packaging, Auto parts, Healthcare, Toy Accessories, Decorative
Field, Catering Household Appliance, Tourism, Printing, Furniture
Store and Supermarket Display, Medical Facility and other Machinery
Accessories and Components etc.|
|Packing||EPE, polyfoam, carton, or other required packing materials|
|MOQ||500, it's negotiable|
|Delivery Time||With 20 working days after sample confirmed.|
|Payment Terms||T/T,L/C,Western Union,MoneyGram|
|Main Markets||North America, South America, Eastern Europe, Southeast Asia,
Africa, Eastern Asia, Western Europe...|
|Main Customers||BYD,Coco-cola.Pepsi,NSE,Glen Dimplex,Terraboost,ect..|
Thermoforming is an economical process and more versatile than
vacuum forming in regards to manufacturing returnable packaging.
Technically, all thermoforming methods utilize some type of
pressure to stretch the extruded sheet against the mold surface.
The defining characteristics between vacuum forming and
thermoforming occur when the differential pressure across the sheet
thickness exceeds 15 lbs./square inch. When thermoforming, this
process is traditionally performed with air pressure up to 150
lbs./square inch on the free side of the sheet and vacuum on the
sheet surface closest to the mold. The air pressure is contained in
a pressure box that clamps the sheet against the mold surface,
resulting in high quality surface textures.
Pressure forming is used in thin-gauge applications to improve
cooling cycle times by rapidly stripping the sheet from the plug
and driving it against the cold mold. This improved cooling time is
a significant process improvement between thermoforming and vacuum
The extruded sheet of plastic is heated and then stretched over or
onto a mold. Vacuum pulls the plastic into the female mold, while a
plug is driven into the plastic accompanied by air pressure to
force the plastic into each area of the female mold. This gives
thermoformed parts much greater detail than parts utilizing the
vacuum forming process.
There are two general thermoforming process categories. Sheet
thickness less than 0.060 inches is usually delivered to the
thermoforming machine from rolls or from a sheet extruder. Thin
gauge roll-fed or inline extruded thermoforming applications are
dominated by rigid or semi-rigid disposable packaging. Sheet gauge
greater than 0.120 inches is typically considered heavy-gauge
thermoforming, and this process is primarily reserved for permanent