Capabilities Include:

  • Deep Draw & Eyelet Stampings
  • High-Speed Progressive Stampings
  • Progressive Die Stampings
  • Welded Assemblies
  • Sub-Assemblies
  • Plastic Thermoforming
  • Value Added, Value Engineering

Thermoform Plastics: Heavy-Gauge Operations & Products

Advance Engineering's Heavy-Gauge Thermoforming Operations & Products

Advance Engineering produces heavy gauge thermoformed products, engineered in-house to our customer's exact specification, for a variety of applications in the transportation, medical/dental, heating & cooling, appliance & electronics, and lawn & garden industries.

We are ISO9001:2000 Certified, with extensive technical expertise in heavy gauge thermoforming that translates into us being able to design and manufacture almost any heavy gauge thermoformed product.

Advance Engineering has full in-house design and prototyping capabilities. From the onset of your project to completion, our design and prototyping professionals work with you every step of the way to ensure you get the custom part or parts you need. We will work with your design, or will create one of our own according to your specifications. Just ask us- we'll be glad to consult with you over the phone on your project.

Why Should You Use Heavy Gauge Thermoforming?

There are multiple uses for heavy gauge thermoformed products, including:

  • Any plastic part that needs to withstand stress , repetitive motion and /or exposure to other "wear and tear" pressures
  • Structural components that need to withstand stress and/or environmental pressures
  • Large parts intended to outlast the life of the host product
  • Heavy Duty Packaging for repetitive shipping
  • In-house/ In-process containers
  • Shipping/ Dunnage applications
  • Returnable/Expendable Cost Analysis considerations
  • Components used in the transportation industry

There are multiple uses for heavy gauge thermoformed products, including:

  • Can deep draw heavy gauge plastics to produce complex geometric shapes with intricate details and different textures
  • Single component range: up to 9 feet long by 5 feet wide
  • Material thickness ranges from .050 to .500 inches
  • Experience with a wide variety of materials, including HMWPE, ABS, PP

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