* Vacuum forming process
First, the desired mold is placed in the mold section and then the plastic sheet is placed in the sheet holder.2- Close a sheet or film
Here, a plastic sheet made of PVC, HP, PET, ABS, high impact, crystal or گیر is placed in the sheet. The sheet holder should be strong enough to ensure that the plastic sheet is held firmly during the forming process. Then, according to the thickness of the plastic sheet (6 mm or 10 mm), it should be given adequate heat.3- Heating
The plastic sheet is then heated enough by a heater mounted on a plate on top of the sheet to make it soft and flexible. In order to achieve the best shaping result, the entire surface of the plastic sheet must be heated evenly and properly. To achieve this goal, temperature and heating time regulators must be available in our device. For thick plastic sheets, high heat and strong heater are required.4- Vacuum forming (vacuum forming)
When the plastic sheet is properly heated, it is ready for molding and molding.
At this stage, the cold mold comes in contact with the heated and flexible sheet and immediately evacuates a vacuum pump (air) between the sheet and the mold. The sheet then sits completely on the mold and takes the shape of the mold.5- Cooling and releasing (feet)
The plastic sheet must be cooled before being released by the refrigerant after the formation is complete. To speed up this stage, there are automatic fans and air
pistols that are used after the formation is completed.
After cooling, the sheet can be removed from the mold by feet.6 - Cutting, removal of additives and assembly (last step)
Once the sheet has formed and cooled, after separation from the mold, the sheet additions are cut, and if other items such as drilling, printing and assembly are required, these are also applied to obtain the final product.