Thick blister means that the thickness of the raw materials used exceeds 2mm, which cannot be formed on a fully automatic thermoforming machine, and must be processed and produced by a semi-automatic thermoforming machine dedicated to thick sheets. (Now there is a robot instead of manually picking and placing raw materials, it can also become a fully automatic thick plate thermoforming machine)
Thick plastic products generally have the characteristics of large area, large height and thick material. They are often processed with the following materials: ABS, acrylic (plexiglass), PS, PC, PVC, etc.
The thick sheet thermoforming machine has the ability to form plastic products with large size, complex appearance and imprecise size requirements at one time, and can replace injection molding, glass fiber reinforced plastic, metal shell, etc. advantage. Its cost is only 1/10 to 1/20 of the injection mold. It is gradually widely used in various fields of people’s daily life such as automobile interior and exterior decoration, transportation, building materials, packaging, medical equipment, household appliances, cultural and educational sanitary ware, sporting goods and so on.
Today, with the rapid development of the plastics industry, the use of thick sheet thermoforming is expanding, and the status of its thermoforming machinery is becoming more and more important, and it is difficult to meet the needs of users. At present, most users of thick sheet blister use imported machinery such as Germany. Its energy saving, production efficiency and height have become the development bottleneck of thick sheet thermoforming machine manufacturers.
There are very few manufacturers of thick sheet thermoforming machinery.
Thick sheet blister thermoforming machine is currently a small branch in China’s plastic machinery, and its level is far behind that of industrially developed countries. In terms of most styles of large, various special and special thick sheet thermoforming machines, some products are still blank, which is the main gap with industrialized countries. In the near future, it is believed that domestic blister machinery will develop new equipment suitable for different users on the basis of foreign equipment, and continue to narrow the gap with developed countries.