A solution based around the production of aluminium tooling for the production of parts for testing and development before investing in a fully functional production-quality steel tool.
This solution has been designed to accommodate new-part projects as well as customers requiring low-volume production of parts.
During the prototyping stage, various methods of manufacturing, material selections and processes are investigated and actioned to achieve the required finished product.
Fisher Plastics offers our customers the service of working with them through this tricky stage to achieve sound prototype parts. investigated and actioned to achieve the required finished product.
Fisher Plastics offers our customers the service of working with them through this tricky stage to achieve sound prototype parts.
Fisher Plastics offer the service of colour matching your bespoke or corporate colours with consistency and repeatability, giving you peace of mind time after time.
At Fisher Plastics, we specialise in processing numerous injection moulding thermoplastic materials, including but not restricted to PMMA, POM, ABS, SAN, PPS, PA, PC, HDPE, LDPE, CoPP, PPH, HIPS & PVC.
Enjoying the benefit of having an established rapport with a network of material suppliers, Fisher Plastics are able to provide competitive pricing in raw material purchasing. Savings in which we are proud to pass on to our customers.
|Acrylic (PMMA) (Poly methyl methacrylate)||Transparent thermoplastic with excellent rigidity, strength and optical clarity.|
|Acetal (POM) Polyoxymethylene||Engineering thermoplastic offering outstanding dimensional stability, low friction and high stiffness properties.|
|Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS)||Highly modifiable thermoplastic with excellent impact resistance, toughness and processing properties.|
|Polyphenylene Sulphide (PPS)||Rigid engineering thermoplastic offering exceptional heat, chemical and flame resistance.|
|Nylon (PA) Polyamide||Crystalline thermoplastic providing excellent chemical and wear resistance, as well as offering toughness and rigidity. Nylon allows for various glass and fill types.|
|Polycarbonate (PC)||Common thermoplastic providing noteworthy impact resistance and transparency.|
|High Density Polyethylene (HDPE)||Highly solvent resistant thermoplastic known for its large strength-to-density ratio.|
|Low Density Polyethylene (LDPE)||Naturally opaque thermoplastic offering high impact strength, moisture and chemical resistance.|
|Polypropylene (PP)||Incredibly dynamic thermoplastic used in a wide range of applications. PP offers excellent impact strength, resistance to stress and cracking and fill-capabilities.|
|High Impact Polystyrene (HIPS)||Relatively low-cost thermoplastic with excellent impact strength, heat resistance and dimensional strength.|
|Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC)||Common thermoplastic offering great mechanical strength, toughness and UV resistance. PVC is used in an increasingly wide range of applications.|
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