Made of PA, PE, PP, PVC, PS, PET and ABS
Thermo-plastics lose their stiffness and strength with increasing temperature, making them deformable. With the help of a vacuum or compressed air, the thermoplastics are shaped into the desired form and further processed according to requirements.
Thermo-plastics is an umbrella term for several types of plastics. These generally can be subdivided into two categories, amorphous and semi-crystalline thermoplastics. The most obvious distinguishing feature of these two types is transparency. Semi-crystalline thermoplastics such as PA, PE or PP offer a higher contact surface in which the light can refract thanks to an ordered and partially parallel chain structure. These plastics appear somewhat milky or even opaque. Amorphous thermo-plastics such as PVC, ABS or PS are crystal clear due to their disordered chain structure.
Inserts for folding boxes, trays, trays, load carriers with interchangeable stack function, sliding blisters, folding packs.
Amorphous thermo-plastics: PVC, PS, ABS semi-crystalline thermoplastics: PP, PET, PP, PA
Roll material from 200 - 1,000 µm
Sheet material up to 8 mm
One-sided flexo direct printing
Die-cutting, embossing, milling, deburring, sawing or gluing
Packed in cartons on pallets and secured with stretch film.