With more than 35 years of industry experience, Toolcraft Plastics leads the way in plastic product design, mould toolmaking, injection moulding and vacuum forming. By bringing together these four key services we can offer our customers a complete turnkey solution, from design and development through to production, printing and assembly.
Our reputation has been built upon quality parts and components, exceptional design support, the shortest possible lead times and a personal level of service for each and every client. As a family business we like to work closely with our customers, ensuring their needs are met and their expectations fulfilled at every stage of the project.
In four decades of toolmaking and plastic injection moulding we’ve worked with all kinds of companies - from famous whisky brands to Formula 1 Racing teams, telecommunications companies to car manufacturers – helping them get their products to market in the shortest possible time.
We’ve also worked with clients in the medical, pharmaceutical, electronics, food and recreational industries. Many of the projects we’ve worked on over the years have been highly confidential, and we understand how important it can be for certain products to be developed in secrecy. That’s why we have confidentiality agreements in place which ensure your design ideas are protected.
If you would like to find out more about our product design, toolmaking, injection moulding and vacuum forming services, simply head over to the Toolcraft Plastics website or get in touch by phone or email.
Whether you need help getting a plastic product design ready for production or require assistance with a 3D design concept or working model, Toolcraft Plastics is the company to call. Here are some reasons why...
Our injection moulding expertise enables us to produce many different types of plastic moulding in a wide range of materials and colours - and we use all of our 30+ years of experience to ensure a quality finish every time. Typical plastic components produced using the injection moulding process include:
Pad printing and hot foil printing on plastic mouldings is carried out in-house at our facility in Swindon. Using these techniques we are able to apply things like logos, identification text or web links, not just on flat surfaces but on curved ones too. Our printing equipment includes:
With these facilities at our disposal we can complete a range of printing tasks. Find out more by visiting Toolcraft Plastics online.
Insert moulding is where two or more materials are combined to produce one product or part – for example, a pair of scissors with a plastic handle and metal shears. The insert can be placed inside the plastic moulding during or after the injection moulding process.
The insert moulding process can be entirely automated, with the insert being loaded robotically into a plastic injection moulding machine. This results in significant cost savings on large production runs.
Toolcraft has a great deal of experience producing insert mouldings, and our engineers have a solid understanding of how materials respond to each other. This allows us to achieve excellent results every time.
|VAT Number:||GB348 6755 11|
|Registered at Companies House:||2 September, 1982 (37 years and 10 months ago)|
|No of Employees:||11-20|
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