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We’re a Minnesota Based Plastic Thermoforming Company

We have a variety of plastic thermoforming and plastic vacuum forming machines, with differing capacities and capabilities.  Some are designed for use with thin-gauge plastic rolls, and mass-produce smaller plastic parts at high speed.  Others are set up for thicker sheets of plastic for thermoforming, and typically form larger parts.  In addition to our high speed plastic thermoforming production equipment, we also have machines that we typically use for research and development, or prototyping. We thermoform some parts of very thin, film-like plastic material.  At the other extreme, we also create parts out of plastic sheets that may be a half-inch thick.  Mold sizes run from smaller than a penny, to 72 inches.  Depths of formed parts also vary, we can create parts with as much as 24 inches of draw.


Industry Specific Plastic Thermoforming Solutions


  1. Plastic Materials
  2. Technology
  3. Precision
  4. Printing, Trimming, Assembly
  5. Types of Plastics Used

We have thermoform manufacturing capabilities for in-line and cut sheet thermoforming, working with most plastic materials. We provide secondary operations such as trimming, packaging, and assembly for some products. Our company staff can also help customers design products and create prototypes.

We have a variety of plastic thermoforming machines, with differing capacities and capabilities. Some are designed for use with thin-gauge rolls, and mass-produce smaller plastic parts at high speed. Others are set up for thicker sheets of plastic, and typically form larger parts. In addition to our high speed production equipment, we also have machines that we typically use for research and development, or prototyping.

We thermoform some parts of very thin, film-like plastic material. At the other extreme, we also create parts out of plastic sheets that may be a half-inch thick. Mold sizes run from smaller than a penny, to 72 inches. Depths of formed parts also vary, we can create parts with as much as 24 inches of draw.

There are many secondary operations we can also provide, from engraving and hot-stamping logos or images, to precise trimming and assembly work. We have a 5-axis CNC router, for parts that have extremely close tolerances.

We use Styrene (HIPS), ABS, PETG, Polycarbonate, Acrylic, PVC, PET, Polypropylene, Polyethylene, Laminated HIPS & ABS, UV Capped ABS, Flame Resistant and Printed plastics.