As Melbourne’s preferred manufacturer and supplier of superior quality plastic fabrication, we are proud to offer a comprehensive selection of different plastic materials and product types in which to create products to meet the expectations and needs of our clients. From small perspex cut to size or acrylic cut to size jobs to larger commercial projects and engineering plastic, we effectively supply both the domestic and commercial markets.
As experts in the field, we appreciate the varying differences between plastics, and their relevance to specific applications. We ensure the most suitable and effective material is used to guarantee reliability and product safety. We also offer custom machined plastic parts made from engineering plastics. These custom machined plastic parts include things like rollers and bushes, washers and gaskets, scraper blades, pulleys and gears, seals and bearings and more.
One of the most common plastic materials for everyday products like plastic cutting boards, bottles, fuel tanks, wire casing, seats, piping and many others uses. Polyethylene is very malleable and easy to apply to a variety of different applications...READ MORE
Acetal is a type of thermoplastic normally used in engineering situations. Quite often Acetal is used for precision parts requiring great stiffness, low friction and dependable strength and stability. Mechanical gears, bushes, rollers and handles are among the plastic products made from acetal...READ MORE
Nylon plastic products are now readily used to replace parts typically made from metal, such as screws, wear plates, sheaves, gears and sprockets...READ MORE
PETP (Polyethylene Terephthalate), or PET or PETE as it is sometimes known, is commonly used for plastic products such as food and beverage containers. It is also a member of the Polyester family of resins...READ MORE
Polypropylene is an inexpensive plastic material used for products such as storage tanks, bench tops, plating tanks, pump bodies and components...READ MORE
PTFE (Polytetrafluoroethylene) is most commonly known as Teflon, which is often found as a thin coating on non-stick fry pans due to PTFE's extremely high melting point (260 ?C). It has a low friction quality that makes it suitable for plastic products where a sliding action is required, such as bearings, gears, seals, packings, piston rings and seats...READ MORE
Polyvinyl Chloride is very often used in subterranean fluid distribution, such as sewage pipes, due to its inexpensive cost and low risk of corrosion. It is also used in door and window frames, and in applications where metal may corrode due to environmental conditions...READ MORE
These are used in the most harsh and unforgiving of environments. The susceptibility of metals to corrosion, as well as the weakness of lighter plastics means that advanced engineering plastics are used for very specific applications...READ MORE
This incredibly strong material is often used where an unforseen impact may occur. Many guards for machinery and vehicles are made from polycarbonate, as well as skylights, bus shelters and boat hatches. If coated, it is UV stabilised and will last well in most environments...READ MORE
Polyurethane is available in a variety of hardness, densities and colours. It possesses excellent impact resistance and has high wear resistance, which means it will go the distance when a metal material is unsuitable...READ MORE
To discuss your next plastic need, or to find out more about any of our plastic cutting, machining or development capabilities, please don't hesitate to contact us on 03 9357 6688 or contact us online.