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Custom Thermoforming Services

Ruitai Mould is a thermoforming manufacturing company integrating manufacturing, and after-sales service. Here we can offer you thermoformed housing services that are comparable to injection molding technology. We have proven thermoforming processes and experienced thermoforming operators to help you quickly produce affordable, high-quality mold parts.

We are an ISO 9001-certified custom thermoformer. What is shown in the video is a real shot of our factory. The production process of thermoforming mold products is carefully recorded and the quality is guaranteed.

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Mainly produces ABS boards, HIPS boards,
HDPE board, ABS/PMMA board, etc.
The thickness range is 1mm~8mm, wide
The degree is within 2200mm.

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Plastic sheet heating and vacuum-forming plastic
Shell, the maximum molding range is
2800mm×2000mm×700mm,
The thickness range is 1mm~8mm.

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Precise cutting and opening, high efficiency and stability
Strong qualitative, focusing on three-dimensional engraving processing,
The maximum processing range is
3000mm×2200mm×900mm.

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Precise cutting and opening, high efficiency and stability
Strong qualitative, mainly two-dimensional engraving processing,
The maximum processing range is
1200mm×2400mm×500mm.

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Non-stretching hot pressing is a heat and pressure-based manufacturing process that shapes materials without causing significant stretching or deformation. It maintains the original dimensions and integrity of the material while transforming it into the desired form.

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Screwless joint installation is a method of connecting components without screws. It uses alternative mechanisms or bonding materials to achieve a secure and reliable joint, such as interlocking mechanisms or adhesive bonding. This approach offers faster installation, reduces the risk of loosening, and enhances aesthetics by eliminating visible screws. It is commonly used in industries like furniture, electronics, and automotive design.

Our Material Workshop and Molding Workshop Display

Plastic-raw-material-storage-area-150x150Plastic Raw Material Storage AreaThe plastic raw materials are mainly ABS, as well as other common materials and the storage capacity is more than 500 tons.
Enough for one month of non-stop production.
Raw-material-stirring-and-melting-zone-150x150Raw Material Stirring and Melting ZoneABS raw materials and masterbatch with added additives
Mix thoroughly by stirring through three large funnels
Finally, three screws with different diameters and lengths were injected.
The rod is melted at high temperatures above 200°C.
Sheet-extrusion-forming-area-150x150Sheet Extrusion Forming AreaThe melt passes through the die for up to five layers of
Extruded into sheets, the extruded sheets pass through three
The roller is polished or embossed, and finally the
Lead the cooling and cutting device to cut out the required
The specifications of the panels to be produced.
Panoramic-view-of-plate-workshop-150x150Panoramic View of Plate WorkshopThe plate workshop covers an area of 3000 square meters, on the left
It is the plastic sheet production area, and on the right is
Plastic raw material storage area, average daily output
for 10 tons.
Blister-thermoforming-area-150x150Blister Thermoforming AreaThere are 20 blister thermoforming technicians and 4 large-scale
Dual-station vacuum blister thermoforming equipment can
Blister 8 products at the same time, when installing the mold
The time is 1~2 hours, each blister machine is flat
Average production of 30 products per hour, two shifts
Manufacturer performs blister thermoforming production.
Cutting-processing-area-150x150Cutting Processing AreaUse a five-axis engraving machine to blister the plastic
After the material shell is precisely cut and drilled, it is passed through the Seamless bonding and grinding, with no screw combination
Installation, precise coordination, and other processes to achieve
To the customer's requirement to use it directly.
Blister Mold Storage AreaBlister Mold Storage AreaIt covers an area of 1,000 square meters and is divided into upper and lower two layers, the total number of large and small molds is close to
10,000 pieces, mainly made of aluminum molds and fiberglass
Mainly molds, the molds are all sorted and arranged in stock
on the shelf.
Panoramic-view-of-blister-workshop-150x150Panoramic View of Blister WorkshopThe blister workshop covers an area of 3,000 square meters.
Part of the blister thermoforming area and mold storage
Putting area, the first half is the machining area
and manual processing area, daily blister thermoforming exterior
The shell output is more than 2000 pieces.

Our Thermoforming Production Process

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Detailed Production Details

1. Manufacturing blister sheets

Manufacturing blister sheets involves the production of specialized packaging materials widely used in industries such as pharmaceuticals, consumer goods, and electronics. Blister sheets consist of a transparent plastic or aluminum base layer with individual compartments or pockets that hold products securely. The manufacturing process typically involves heating and shaping the base material into the desired blister shape, followed by the addition of a backing material or lidding that seals the compartments. This sealing process ensures the protection and integrity of the products inside, preventing contamination, tampering, or damage during storage and transportation. Blister sheets are versatile and customizable, allowing for easy visibility, labeling, and tamper-evident features. They play a crucial role in enhancing product safety, shelf life, and presentation, making them a popular choice for packaging a wide range of items.

2. Vacuum blister molding

Vacuum blister molding is a manufacturing technique used to create custom plastic or polymer products with precise shapes and dimensions. The process begins with a sheet of thermoplastic material placed over a mold. The mold is then heated, and a vacuum is applied to draw the material tightly against the mold’s contours, creating a blister-like shape. The vacuum ensures that the material conforms accurately to the mold, resulting in a product with consistent thickness and intricate details. Once the material has cooled and solidified, the vacuum is released, and the formed part is removed from the mold. Vacuum blister molding is commonly used in industries such as packaging, automotive, and electronics, where lightweight, durable, and precisely shaped components are required. It offers advantages such as cost-effectiveness, design flexibility, and efficient production of complex geometries.

3. Five-axis engraving processing

5-axis engraving processing is an advanced manufacturing technique used to create intricate and detailed designs on various materials. Unlike traditional engraving methods that operate along straight lines or curves, five-axis engraving processing adds a level of flexibility by allowing simultaneous movement in multiple directions. This technique utilizes a CNC (Computer Numerical Control) machine equipped with five axes of motion, enabling the engraving tool to move along the X, Y, and Z axes while also rotating around two additional axes. This freedom of movement enables the engraving tool to reach complex angles and contours, resulting in highly precise and intricate engravings on a wide range of materials, including metals, plastics, wood, and stone. Five-axis engraving processing is widely used in industries such as jewelry manufacturing, aerospace, and artistic engraving, where intricate patterns, textures, and custom designs are desired. It offers exceptional versatility, efficiency, and the ability to achieve remarkable levels of detail in the engraved work.

4. Detailed processing by hand

Detailed processing by hand refers to a meticulous and skillful approach in which intricate tasks are performed manually with precision and attention to detail. This technique involves using specialized tools and techniques to manipulate materials and create complex, refined finishes or designs. It often requires the expertise of artisans or craftsmen who possess a high level of skill and talent. It allows for the creation of unique, customized, and finely crafted products that may not be achievable through automated or machine-based processes. This manual approach adds a personal touch and artistic flair, resulting in exceptional quality and a distinct level of craftsmanship.

5. Clean packaging products

Clean packaging products refer to packaging materials and containers that are designed and manufactured with a focus on maintaining cleanliness and hygiene. These products are typically used in industries such as food and beverage, pharmaceuticals, and medical devices, where maintaining product integrity and preventing contamination are of utmost importance. Clean packaging products are made from materials that are resistant to dust, moisture, and other contaminants. They are manufactured in controlled environments to minimize the risk of introducing impurities during the production process. Clean packaging products may include items such as sterile packaging, airtight containers, tamper-evident seals, and specialized barrier materials. These products ensure that the contents remain protected and free from outside pollutants, preserving product quality, safety, and efficacy. They play a vital role in ensuring the integrity and reliability of the packaged goods throughout their shelf life and transportation.

Our Primary Plastic Thermoforming Manufacturing Operations

1. Customized Processing of Plastic Shells

There are many types of shells we can make. Using our thermoforming processing technology, we can produce beauty salon cabinets, medical and dental chair shells, sweeping vehicle shells, etc. for you.

2. CNC Machining Plastic Parts

Our mature technical conditions can provide you with high-quality CNC plastic accessories, such as plastic substrates, plastic molds, plastic product cutting and drilling, etc.

Detailed Explanation of Thermoformed Manufacturing Products

1. Large Sweeping Vehicle Shell

The sweeper casing manufactured by Ruitai not only gives the sweeper a domineering appearance but also exhibits excellent impact resistance. The plastic shell not only reduces the overall weight of the sweeper but also further strengthens functional accessories such as pressure-bearing seats and weather-resistant ceilings, greatly improving practicality and bringing customers a high-quality experience. The plastic shell manufactured by Ruitai pushes the sweeper into a new field, making the sweeper a beautiful and practical work of art in the city.

2. Medical Dental Chair Shell

Every mold for the dental chair shell is handmade by Rite-Hite. Through the customer’s shell design drawings, the curved surface and radian of the shape are slightly adjusted to create a more beautiful and fashionable dental chair and improve the international competitiveness of the dental chair. In addition, the disassembly and assembly of the housing are seamlessly integrated and every hole position is accurate, taking the dental chair to a new level. Through continuous improvement of the dental chair shell, Ruitai enables customers to gain a stronger foothold in the fierce market competition.

3. VR Universal Mobile Platform Shell

The appearance is full of technology, the wall thickness of the shell is relatively uniform, and the inner cavity has a keel structure, giving people a relatively solid feeling. Each set of symmetrical shells is paired one by one, which greatly reduces the impact of gaps on the appearance during assembly; the inner cavity is equipped with wiring tubes, which not only facilitates tooling but also improves the safety of the product; the high-quality materials used have relatively good resistance to Impact and wear resistance ensure that the shell will not have quality problems during normal use within five years.

4. Beauty Instrument Shell

In addition to the excellent appearance of the instrument casing manufactured by Ruitai, the rigorous internal structure of the instrument casing is also excellent. Ruitai Company creates an interlocking installation structure through repeated disassembly, assembly, and adjustment of plastic accessories and electronic components, saving customers’ work time and reducing unnecessary worries. Excellent products paired with sophisticated chassis can be even more powerful in the market competition.

5. Unmanned Sweeper – Precision Accessories Installation Shell

The CNC machining center precisely cuts holes in the plastic housing and then uses positioning fixtures to bond the parts to be assembled in the plastic housing to the engraved plastic plate. The copper nut is hot pressed onto the screw hole. The plastic housing components are assembled piece by piece on the frame. The fit tolerance range of the assembly is ±0.5~1mm, and the manufacturing process is equivalent to injection molding.

6. Future Hotel Equipment – Hotel Decoration

In the future, three-dimensional soundproof doors, shower rooms, room floors, facades, ceiling decorations, etc. will all use plastic parts made with blister technology. It not only has a fashionable and technological three-dimensional appearance but is also moisture-proof and fire-proof. Sturdy and durable, assembly is quick and easy. After perfect cooperation with the artificial intelligence control system, the entire hotel has a soul and shines with dazzling brilliance.

Thermoforming Examples

1. Sweeper shell

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2. Beauty instrument casing & ventilator casing

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3. Vision therapy device housing

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4. Medical dental chair shell

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Ruitai’s Core Technology

1. Zero Screw Docking Combination

The two shells are tightly connected through powerful magnets and hidden card slots, with precise positioning, beautiful appearance, simple use, and strong practicality.

2. No Stretch Blister Molding

Use an auxiliary mold to press the plastic sheet attached to the surface of the mold, and then vacuum to form it. The resulting shell has a very uniform wall thickness, close to the thickness of the sheet used for blister molding.

3. Injection-grade Internal Structure

Multiple small blisters and engraved plastic parts are used to combine the inside of the blister shell with precise positioning, upper and lower reinforcement, partial reinforcement, and other processing techniques. This not only increases the strength of the shell but also facilitates the precise installation of internal parts.

We are currently one of the only companies worldwide to offer a massive range of in-house rapid prototyping and low-volume manufacturing services.

Contact us anytime, and put your parts in production today. If you have other quotation questions, you can contact our business team and we will provide you with the best solution.

Thermoforming Services Frequently Asked Questions

Q1: What is thermoforming?

A1: Thermoforming is a manufacturing process in which a plastic sheet is heated and molded into a specific shape using heat and pressure.

Q2: What are the advantages of thermoforming?

A2: Thermoforming offers several advantages, including cost-effectiveness, design flexibility, fast production cycles, and the ability to create complex shapes and textures.

Q3: What types of materials can be used in thermoforming?

A3: Thermoforming can be performed with a wide range of materials, including various plastics such as ABS, PVC, PET, and polycarbonate.

Q4: What industries commonly use thermoforming services?

A4: Thermoforming services are commonly used in industries such as packaging, automotive, aerospace, medical, and consumer goods.

Q5: What is the difference between vacuum forming and pressure forming?

A5: Vacuum forming involves using a vacuum to draw the heated plastic sheet onto the mold, while pressure forming uses both vacuum and pressure to achieve more intricate details and sharper corners.

Q6: What are the size limitations of thermoformed parts?

A6: Thermoforming can produce parts ranging from small, intricate components to large panels, with size limitations depending on the specific capabilities of the thermoforming equipment.

Q7: Can thermoforming produce textured or patterned surfaces?

A7: Yes, thermoforming can create textured or patterned surfaces by using molds with the desired texture or by post-processing techniques such as embossing.

Q8: What factors affect the quality of thermoformed products?

A8: Factors such as material selection, heating temperature, cooling rate, and mold design can all impact the quality and accuracy of thermoformed products.

Q9: Are thermoformed products recyclable?

A9: Many thermoformed products are recyclable, especially those made from commonly recycled plastics such as PET and HDPE. However, proper recycling practices and facilities are necessary for effective recycling.

Q10: Can thermoforming be used for prototyping?

A10: Yes, thermoforming is often used for rapid prototyping due to its relatively low tooling costs and quick production turnaround times. It allows designers to test and refine their designs before committing to more expensive production processes.