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Mountainside, NJ 07092
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Understanding the Process of Creating Blow Molded Cases

Blow molding is one of the most used manufacturing processes to join hollow plastic parts. To meet the strict demands of different industries, there are three types of blow molding. These three types include:

Blow Molded Cases

Each type offers unique properties, and so these manufacturing processes should not be used interchangeably. For more information on which blow molding method is best for you and your business, you should not hesitate to call our team.

The process of blow molding starts by melting plastic and forming it into a parison. Injection and injection stretch options use a preform. A parison is a tube-like plastic piece that has a hole for compressed air to pass through.

Parisons are clamped into a mold, and then compressed air is blown in. Air pressure is used to push the plastic to make it match the mold. Plastic fills all crevasses of the mold. After the plastic fills the mold, it is cooled and hardened. Once pulled from the molds, the custom carrying case is completed.

Blow Molded Cases

Blow molded cases are amongst the most reliable on the market. When you need a custom carrying case that is built tough and built to last, you will want to get a blow-molded carrying case.

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615 Sherwood Parkway
Mountainside, NJ 07092
(908) 687-1750