Plastic Casting is a variation of the dipping process generally employed
for the manufacture of flat mouldings which require a raised or patterned
design on one face only. Mouldings such as the model tyre wheel illustrated
can be cast with a surface detailed pattern on more than one face.
By using a hollow cavity tool, typical applications include floor
or heel mats for medium quantity production cars and other specialist
vehicles, non-slip mats for office machinery, retaining straps, foot
pads for gymnasium equipment and many other applications where superior
high definition and surface appearance is important.
The majority of castings are manufactured in PVC although other materials
such as polyurethane can be employed. Moulding can be produced up
to a size of 1m x 1m x 50mm thick. Tooling is either machined aluminium
or electro-formed trays embodying the required pattern or surface
Most grades of plastisol can be used in the process. Colour matching
services to customers specific requirements are formulated in our
Model wheel tyres
Since 1995 we are certified by ISO 9002.