Many plastic sheet materials can be shaped by thermoforming. Amorphous plastics like ABS and polycarbonate generally have wide processing windows and good melt strength making them easy to thermoform.
Some plastics like HDPE and PP have narrower processing windows and lower melt strength, which make them more difficult (but not impossible) to thermoform. Some plastics require drying prior to thermoforming, contact us to learn more.
Outstanding impact resistant low cost plastic, easy to machine, and thermoform.
Outstanding strong, stiff, clear plastic available in a variety of brilliant colors and finishes.
Clear, flexible plastic sheet with excellent drape and blister forming characteristics.
Soft, flexible copolymer with low-temperature toughness, and stress-crack resistance.
Lightweight, durable, moderately expanded closed cell sheet material.
Low cost, tough plastic material that is easy to thermoform and fabricate.
High impact, thermoplastic sheet that is tough, durable, and easy to form.
Engineering plastic with outstanding strength, stiffness, and electrical insulating properties.
Transparent plastic sheet with good impact resistance and outstanding thermoforming characteristics.
Flexible fluoropolymer that performs well in extreme temperature and harsh chemical environments.
Transparent, strong and stiff thermoplastic with outstanding impact resistance.
Transparent, general purpose plastic film with excellent ink adhesion.
High temperature thermoplastic material with outstanding impact resistance that is autoclavable.
Strong, stiff, versatile low cost plastic material that is easy to fabricate, bond, and weld.
Soft, clear polymer is tough and durable with excellent thermoforming characteristics.
Fatigue resistant, flexible, opaque, lightweight, thermoplastic elastomer sheet.
High strength plastic with outstanding electrical and high service temperature properties.