Need Help Designing the Plastic Pieces You Need for Your Next Product?

assembly_fabrication-200You have an idea for your next great product, but turning that vision into reality is going to take some engineering work on your part. You’ll need to figure out how to construct the product’s component parts, which means developing design schematics and materials consultations. When you think about all the different variables that go into designing plastic components alone, it can seem a little, well, overwhelming.

We understand! Not everyone is a natural born engineer or chemist. If you know that you need plastic components for your product but aren’t sure how to create them, we can help. Our engineers are highly talented and can work with you from conception to completion. Tell us your vision, and we can advise on design outlines, material requirements, drafts, undercuts, material selection, and more!

Contact Tru-Form Plastics today to request an engineering consultation with our team.

Have Questions About Plastics – Get a Plastics Consultation

page-assembly-fabrication-largeAre you designing a new product but aren’t sure exactly what type of plastic to use for its component parts? That’s understandable. Plastic is an incredibly variable substance, especially with all the new plastic-related discoveries we continue to make. These days, we can create soft and bouncy plastics or extremely hard, thick and durable plastics.

If you aren’t sure what type of plastic will work best for your product, consider scheduling a plastic consultation with Tru-Form Plastics. We specialize in heavy-gauge thermoforming. Our company experts can sit down with you, learn about your product needs, and then make suggestions based on what type of plastic components you want and how you want them to perform. We are here to answer your questions, explain your options, and help support the design of your products.

Contact us today to schedule your plastics consultation. We look forward to hearing from you.

What Do We Do with Left Over Plastic

assembly-fabrication-thumbThe thermoforming process we use to create plastic components for our clients starts with large, flat sheets of plastic that we heat and then add pressure to in order to form the components. The excess plastic is then trimmed away to complete the plastic component. What happens to all of this excess plastic that we trim away?

We know that many people are concerned about how plastic interacts with the environment, because it takes a long time to break down naturally. That is why at Tru-Form Plastics, we make an effort to reground and re-use all of our excess plastic. When we can, we reprocess this excess plastic so that we convert it into new sheets that we can use on our next project.

This recycling system makes good business sense but also helps us keep plastic out of landfills. We know our clients appreciate the fact that creating their plastic components doesn’t result in a lot of wasted plastic!