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The chart below compares thermoforming in the first two columns of vacuum forming/pressure forming with reaction injection molding, injection molding and structural foam molding. The highest value is 10 and lowest is 1. Thermoforming also competes with rotomolding, blow molding, fiberglass, and sheetmetal fabrication. Vacuum Forming Pressure...

By Roger Renstrom June 11h, 2013 Custom thermoformer Tru-Form Plastics Inc. of Gardena, Calif., has positioned itself for additional aircraft business as a complement to its strength in housings for medical gear. For the medical and aerospace markets, “the common denominators are quality, moderate volume, low tool cost...

Aerospace certification will support all business lines By Clare Goldsberry As published in Plastics Today: July 24th, 2013 Tru-Form Plastics, Inc. (www.tru-formplastics.com), a thermoformer of custom components for the aerospace, medical diagnostic equipment, transportation and lighting industries, announced the company's certifications: ISO 9001:2008 and AS 9100:2009 in accordance...

The management and employees of Tru-Form Plastics, Inc. are proud to announce we have received ISO 9001:2008 and AS 9100:2009 certification. The registrar, NQA of Acton, Ma issued the certificate on February 4th, which is valid until February 4, 2016. A copy of the certificate...

Vacuum forming is a technique that is used to shape a variety of plastics. In school it is used to form/shape thin plastic, usually plastics such as; polythene and perspex. Vacuum forming is used when an unusual shape like a ‘dish’ or a box-like shape...

High performance engineering plastics are a natural fit for the aerospace industry due to their light weight compared with other industrial materials....

Seat Backs, Tray Tables, Gallies & Lavatories. Buying approved parts ensures that your new interior will meet FAA regulations for insuring and flying your aircraft....

Specializing in product design and injection molding of custom plastic electronics enclosures....