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We pride ourselves in supplying precision, quality plastic components backed by competitive prices, short lead times and reliable & flexible service. We use the latest CNC machinery, tooling and 3D cad cam software and can supply bespoke single units to large batches in a range of materials.
We offer plastic Vacuum Forming services for specialist one-off jobs, as well as full batch production runs. Our in-house design team is available to help with material selection, CAD / CAM designs, offer 3D visuals & produce initial prototypes to bring your projects to life.
Coral Products PLC is a manufacturer, fabricator and distributor of fabricated plastic products, going into a diverse range of sectors. We have extensive capabilities within plastic profile, tube & sheet extrusion, injection moulding, vaccum forming, butt and mirror welding, fabrication.
Plastic machining and fabrication are processes used to transform raw plastic materials into finished parts or products. Machining involves the removal of material from a plastic workpiece using various cutting tools and techniques to achieve the desired shape and dimensions. Fabrication, on the other hand, involves assembling, bonding, or welding plastic components to create a finished product.
Plastic machining and fabrication are commonly used in various industries, including automotive, aerospace, medical, and electronics, to produce components such as gears, bearings, housings, and enclosures. The processes can be applied to a wide range of plastic materials, including thermoplastics and thermosets, with each material having its unique properties and machining or fabrication requirements.
The quality of plastic machining and fabrication depends on several factors, including the skill and experience of the machinist or fabricator, the accuracy and precision of the cutting or bonding equipment, and the quality of the raw materials. The use of advanced computer-aided design and manufacturing (CAD/CAM) software and equipment has significantly improved the accuracy, consistency, and efficiency of plastic machining and fabrication processes.