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Rotational moulding is a manufacturing process involving the rotation and heating of plastic powder inside a mould. This is a common method in many industries including medical, energy & marine and defence to name a few.
Custom protective cases are amongst the products that rotomoulding is used to create, with many other commonly used products which emphasises the importance of this production method.
In this blog, we will be delving deeper into the pros and cons of rotational moulding, to better inform why we use this method for our flagship Amazon range of cases and racks.
The moulding process is as simple as this:
This technology is mostly used for parts that need aligned wall thickness, high stability or even prestigious furnishes.
There are a number of pros when using rotational moulding, from design versatility, reduction of environmental impact, recyclability, use of lighter materials, and meeting of demand.
Let’s dig a little deeper…
As with any manufacturing process, rotational moulding also has its cons…
All of our Amazon cases & racks are produced using rotational moulding. Ideal for making tough, waterproof products and utilising a high-quality polymer that thickens at the edges and corners for extra strength and impact resistance.
Our Amazon range has brought rotomoulded containers to a new level for the 21st century by using decades of experience in case design and manufacturing. This results in a range of cases that are tougher, yet more spacious than any comparable product.
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