Rotational Molding Lowers Weight and Increases Part Strength
Our experienced rotomolding professionals specialize in converting parts or products made from metal, fiberglass, wood or other materials into complete, fully integrated, rotationally molded plastic designs. Let our engineers show you how converting your manufacturing to plastic rotomolding from other materials can assist in reducing your product or part’s weight, increasing its strength and lowering its manufacturing cost.
Rotational Molding Lower Part Count & Reduces Costs
One of the biggest advantages of rotational molding is that multiple small parts can often be replaced with just one (or a few) bigger parts. Eliminating the need for several small parts not only lowers your cost by reducing your parts count, but also eliminates the cost of the fasteners, adhesives and labor needed for assembling small parts. As the cost of assembling fabricated parts rises across the country, less assembly means greater cost savings for you.
Rotational Molding Allows Increased Part Complexity
Rotational molding is also ideal for manufacturing complex parts or products that require hollow sections, double or multiple walls, or foam filling and/or hollow. And, because the rotational molding process is weld-free, there are no “seams” to compromise durability or appearance.