Cox Wokingham Plastics have been supplying high quality
thermoformed components since the late 1930s and were incorporated under the
name of Wokingham Plastics in 1942. Accredited to the quality standard of ISO
9001:2000, supplying cost effective manufacturing solutions to many
applications across the full spectrum of industry. Services include
thermoforming, vacuum forming, moulding press forming, free blowing hot line,
local bending, drape forming, distort moulding, assembly and fabrication, 4-
and 5-axis CNC machining, tool/mould making, design assistance CAD/CAM,
conductive coating and anti-static EMI/RFI shielding.
Cox Wokingham Plastics hold an in-house tooling facility with high capacity forming machines (up to 3.3 metres in length), sophisticated multi-axis CNC machines and CAD/CAM facilities; amongst the best in the industry! Moulding components in any thermoform-able sheet material and use environmentally friendly materials wherever possible; recycling all possible waste materials. They offer a wide range of added value services such as assembly, printing, coatings for improved hardness, scratch resistance etc. Providing a cost-effective, high quality solution for all your production needs from start-up through to low, medium or high volume production. If you are looking for an alternative supplier or have a new project and wish to evaluate the potential benefits of thermoforming over other processes such as sheet metal, GRP or injection moulding then get in touch.
Here at Cox Wokingham Plastics Limited we offer a range of thermoplastic manufacturing services including thermoforming, vacuum forming, CNC machining, toolmaking and fabrication and assembly. We’ve invested in the latest CAD technology based machinery which allows us to perform the most precise work based on designs. For further information on any of our services please visit our website; we also have various website pages dedicated to the markets we’ve done work in, the materials we use and we also have videos of our work in progress. If you wish to contact us you can do so by phoning, emailing or by using the enquiry form on our website.
Also known as press forming or pressure forming, thermoforming has compatibility with most materials; with the added option of hybrid materials being used in specialist applications. The thermoforming process competes with other techniques e.g., fabrication, GRP, sheet metal and injection moulding. It comes with a range of benefits including allowing for a fast start-up on projects, it allows for complex curves and shapes to be added to your component without any additional unit cost and there’s no need for plating or painting (when compared to sheet metal). For further information on thermoforming and vacuum forming please visit our website or get in touch.
The benefits of the CNC machining process is that it allows for great accuracy and consistency when performing 3D trimming on thermoformed components. Here at Cox Wokingham Plastics Limited we have a range of 5-axis CNC machines which enable the production of technically competent and highly accurate components because of a capability in repeatedly accurate drilling and routing. Due to having our own in-house CAD facilities we can work directly from our customers’ own files and have the capability to produce the CNC trimming programs from the files too. For further information give us a call; we’d be happy to discuss your requirements.
With comprehensive in-house toolmaking facilities, Cox Wokingham Plastics Limited are able to manufacture thermoforming tools in male and female formats in addition to the associated CNC programmes/fixtures plus any relevant assembly jigs/fixtures. We can take data in the form of samples, drawings or CAD files and work with them in our CAD facility. There are many benefits to using our thermoforming toolmaking service including the fact that we’re a one-stop-shop for all your needs! Visit our website for further information or give us a call to discuss your requirements and we’ll be happy to help in any way that we can.
At Cox Wokingham Plastics Limited we offer a range of plastic fabrication and assembly services. Additionally we also offer various sub-contract services including screening, painting and shielding. There are many benefits to using our fabrication and assembly services including that you have project control, there’s a shorter supply chain, we have full knowledge in-house and we’re a one-stop-shop for all your needs. For further information please visit our website. If you prefer, you can also contact us directly via phone, email or through the contact form on our website. Whichever way you choose, we look forward to hearing from you.
Cox Wokingham Plastics Limited has been providing thermoforming solutions for a huge range of manufacturing applications and sectors over the years including aerospace, aircraft interiors, automotive, commercial vehicles, electronics, enclosures, furniture, house building, lighting, medical, scientific, signage, telecoms, trains and many more. For a variety of case studies please visit our website, here you will also find a gallery of work we’ve carried out in the past. If you would like to know how we can help you with your project, application or anything within your particular industry just get in touch and we’ll be more than happy to discuss anything with you.
Cox Wokingham Plastics Limited processes a huge variety of thermoplastic materials including ABS, polycarbonate, PVC and PVC/acrylic blend, HIPS, acrylic and polyolefins. For further information on all of these materials please visit our website where you will be able to discover more about each one’s uses, as well as the advantages. The list we have on our website is not exhaustive, so please feel free to contact our sales department if you’d like to discuss any particular material criteria or application and we’ll be more than happy to help. We look forward to working with you!
On our website you’ll find various videos of the principal processes offered here at Cox Wokingham Plastics Limited. One video is of the vacuum forming process and another on the CNC machining process. Both provide a fascinating insight as to how these processes work. For further information please contact us directly and we’ll be more than happy to discuss any of your requirements with you.
|Registered at Companies House:||17 August, 1994 (27 years and 5 months ago)|
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