Integrated Thermoforming Systems (its) designs and manufactures all tooling in-house. This provides customers with precision design and complete flexibility. With tooling expertise within our facilities, we provide unmatched customer service in every aspect of the product lifecycle. Our state-of-the-art CNC machining capability puts us at the forefront of thermoforming design. We regularly work with, but are not limited to, the following materials; PET, PVC, PLA, polystyrene, co-extruded polystyrene, flock polystyrene and anti-static material. Aside from special requests, the majority of materials used are standard recycled materials. All of this translates to a value-added service for you, our customer, and the right material for your products.
Integrated Thermoforming Systems (its) regularly works with, but is not limited to, the following materials; PVC, PET, PLA, Polystyrene, Co-Extruded Polystyrene, Flock and Anti-Static material. Most materials are available using recycled content.
Polyvinyl Chloride, a clear general purpose material for blisters, clamshells and trays. The material is also available in tinted and opaque colors.
Polylactic acid (PLA) is an organic born plastic with specific uses. Please call to discuss applications.
High Impact Polystyrene, is general purpose material for clamshells and trays. The material is also available in small batch PMS opaque colors. Clarity can be achieved but is not as clear as other materials.
Co-Extruded High Impact Polystyrene refers to multi-layering multiple types of polystyrene to create additional capabilities. Sandwiching a center layer of Recycled HIPS between outer layers of Virgin HIPS reduces cost or compliance to FDA regulations. A single layer of clear coat can be co-extruded for a bright, high polished finish. Please call to discuss applications..
refers to adding fibers to the HIPS creating velvet / suede feel of the material. The material is available in PMS colors.
ANTI-STATIC PVC or PET
Additives are added to either of the materials allowing the static dissipation of electrical chargers. These materials are used for electronics packaging, whose products can be damaged by static electricity.