Why Rotomolding

Why To Consider Rotational Molding for Your Project?

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Rotational molding offers design advantages over other molding processes. With proper design, parts that are assembled from several pieces can be molded as one part, eliminating seams, and creating a product of superior durability.

The process also has a number of inherent design strengths, such as consistent wall thickness and strong outside corners that are virtually stress free. If additional strength is required, reinforcing ribs can be designed into the part.

Rotational molding delivers the product the designer envisions. Designers can select the best material for their application, including materials that meet FDA requirements. Additives to help make the part weather resistant or static free can be added upon request.

In comparison to injection and blow molding, rotational molding can easily produce large and small parts in a cost effective manner. Because parts are formed with heat and rotation rather than pressure, molds don’t need to be engineered to withstand the high pressure of injection molding.

Inserts, threads, handles, minor undercuts, flat surfaces that eliminate draft angles or fine surface detail can all be part of the design. Designers also have the option of multi-wall molding that can be either hollow or foam filled.

Production costs for product conversions are reduced because lightweight plastics replace heavier, often more costly materials which makes rotational molding as cost effective for one-of-a-kind prototypes as it is for large production runs.

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