With our fabrication techniques and experience along with a wide range of materials to choose from there is nothing that can't be created using plastics. Ventilation ducts, Acid cleaning baths, waste storage liners, water tanks, sinks, medical and lab carts, machine guards, storage cabinets, vacuum attachments, windows, table tops  and so much more. If you can think of it we can fabricate it. We can manufacture fabricated plastic parts to your specifications using a wide range of plastic materials. 

Our capabilities include:

Design Assistance                                                          CNC and Conventional Machining

Plastic Welding                                                               CNC and Conventional Turning

Vacuum & Pressure Forming                                       PE & PP Welded Plate Construction

Heat Bending                                                                  Production Fabrication

CNC Robotic Trimming                                                 Pattern Making

Custom Molds                                                                Fixtures & Dies



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     Hot gas welding, also known as hot air welding, is a plastic welding technique using heat. A specially designed heat gun, called a hot air welder, produces a jet of hot air that softens both the parts to be joined and a plastic filler rod, all of which must be of the same or a very similar plastic.
Hot air/gas welding is a common fabrication technique for manufacturing items such as chemical tanks, small water tanks, heat exchangers, ventilation ducts and plumbing fittings.

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           Extrusion welding allows the application of bigger welds in a single weld pass. It is the preferred technique for joining material 1/2 inch thick and over. Welding rod is drawn into a hand held plastic extruder, plasticized, and forced out of the extruder against the parts being joined, which are softened with a jet of hot air to allow bonding to take place. Mainly used in larger applications where high stresses are forced onto the joints.