A family run business with over 100 years of combined experience, CMA Moldform Limited specialises in developing and manufacturing rapid prototypes, optical art moulding, centrifugal and vacuum castings, and high capacity rotocasting. We can create superb quality rapid prototypes, assemblies and components either as a one-off or as a production run using various methods including vacuum, pressure and RIM casting. CMA Moldform began as a producer of scale models, something which we continue to do today, and we have continually strived to incorporate new materials and methods into our production processes. This has allowed us to expand our product range and continually provide our clients with the very latest in design and technology leading us to hold Tier One status in many of the industries we deal with. From large art pieces to props for Ridley Scott’s Prometheus, and from Hawk Wargames figures to spoilers for the M-Sport Ford World Rally Team, we have produced a diverse range of items so please do not hesitate to get in touch with the team at CMA Moldform to discuss your requirements today.
With eyes for the very finest of details and with outstanding attention to detail and workmanship, the scale model team at CMA Moldform are fully equipped to bring their training and experience to your project. Our scale model skill set has grown to include mould making of the highest quality, cast making in a wide selection of resins, vacuum casting, centrifugal casting in both metal and resin, large capacity rotocasting, casts made from rubber, and vacuum forming. We are able to produce our high quality scale models from 1/72nd scale up to ¼ scale.
CMA Moldform was asked to create a cover for an Electrostatic Discharge Simulator gun to protect it from accidental damage when in use in the field without restricting its usage. We created a 3D model from a scan in CAD and designed the cover by identifying the areas of the gun with which the user interacted. A master pattern was created and an impression was taken in order to create a silicone rubber mould of the approved cover design. The next stage was to select the correct silicone rubber material from which to make the final product which had strong tear, water and temperature resistance as well as being able to stretch over the gun easily. Once chosen, the final piece was created in the same red to match our client’s corporate livery.
|VAT Number:||GB338 0430 76 000|
|Registered at Companies House:||3 February, 1999 (22 years and 8 months ago)|
|No of Employees:||n/a|
|Monday||09:00 AM - 05:30 PM|
|Tuesday||09:00 AM - 05:30 PM|
|Wednesday||09:00 AM - 05:30 PM|
|Thursday||09:00 AM - 05:30 PM|
|Friday||09:00 AM - 05:30 PM|
|ISO 9001:2015 - Quality management systems – Requirements|
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