Specializing in the more complex process of pressure forming, Trans Form delivers parts nearly indistinguishable from those made by injection molding. Using more refined tooling, pressure forming allows the intricate detail, crisp definitions, small corner radii and textural flexibility previously restricted to high pressure fluid processes.

  • Minimum Draft Requirements
  • Undercuts and Inward Flanges
  • Embossed/Debossed Areas
  • Highly Finished Formed Openings
  • Details, Graphics, Characters Molded in
  • Texture Variations on One Surface


The thermoforming process applies heat in a controlled environment to a commodity or custom engineered plastic sheet. Using vacuum, the softened and pliable plastic sheet material is drawn over a mold, cooled then released. The thermoforming process is ideally suited for prototyping, low to mid-range production or higher volume applications using multi-cavity molds and semi or fully automated forming and trimming equipment.

  • Relatively Low Tooling Costs
  • Rapid Startup
  • Formed-in Color and Texture
  • Economical for Moderate Production
  • High-Strength/Weight Ratio
  • Cost Effective Prototyping


  • Custom Hoods for Medical/Laboratory Environments
  • Machine Guards
  • Machined Components (Nylon, Acetal, PVC, ABS,)
  • Line Bending


Experience allows us to make reliable recommendations from the large choice of available
thermoplastic materials.

  • ABS
  • Acrylic/PVC
  • Polycarbonate
  • Polystyrene
  • Kydex®
  • Royalite®
  • Polyethylene
  • Polypropylene
  • Custom Engineered Sheet
  • Lexan®
  • Boltaron®