Plastic Fabrication Processes

Plastic parts are manufactured by many different processes

Plastics are extremely versatile materials, which are capable of being formed and shaped in many different ways. The most suitable manufacturing process for a particular plastic part depends on a number of different factors including the material, the part geometry, the required tolerances, and the quantity of parts to be produced. It is also important to consider the requirement for design flexibility since tooling for certain processes such as extrusion and injection molding can be expensive and design changes can be costly.

We supply plastic parts made from a wide range of materials, using many different manufacturing processes. Based on your application, we can help you determine which manufacturing process best aligns with your requirements.

Machined Parts

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Fabrication & Assembly

Molding & Extrusion Processes

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We will manage the entire process closely with our fabrication partners, and then deliver components that meet your critical requirements.

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Our experienced sales and technical teams are available to assist you with material selection challenges.

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We carry an extensive inventory of plastic sheets, rods, tubes, film, tapes, adhesives and more from highly qualified manufacturers.

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We provide value for our customers with inventory programs, troubleshooting, traceability, process efficiencies, and more.

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Fabrication & Machined Parts

Curbell supplies fabricated and machined plastic parts manufactured via CNC routing, milling, vacuum forming, die cutting, and more.

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