Formed Dimensions:
Pressure Forming with Molded-In Colors

This whitepaper outlines the benefits of pressure forming as an alternative to injection molding or engineered blow molding, making the process is more flexible and with shorter lead times. We also list seven secrets of pressure forming.

Describing the key design elements involved in pressure forming, such as draw ratio, radii, undercuts, draft, texture, ribs and louver, fastening, tolerances, and dimensioning.

Finally, it emphasizes the importance of control in pressure forming and highlights the need for a machine, set-up procedure, and production operation that will result in uniform parts throughout a production run and from run to run.

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