Pressure Formed Plastic as an Alternative to Injection Molding

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Presentation reflects that pressure forming and complex secondary CNC machining, relatively low volume components can be made to the most exacting specifications. Class A surfaces with sharp detail can be molded and secondary machined features holding tight tolerances (in many instances of +/- .005") can be utilized for proper fitment. Companies that design or manufacture low volume instrumentation or laboratory equipment could benefit greatly from this technology. David O'Leary, Kenson Plastics Inc. Innovation Video Briefs