With decades of experience as a leading CNC plastic cutting service, Reading Plastic has the tools and knowledge necessary to create the high quality plastic parts you need. We excel at machining parts that hold tight tolerances of +/- .001, and can cut even the most advanced specialty plastics. Whether your job is a small batch or large run, we deliver your dependable parts quickly and on time.
Our state-of-the-art, high speed CNC saws help your projects progress quickly. Combining ultra-fast cutting speed and pinpoint accuracy, we can deliver perfectly-shaped pieces on tight deadlines. We precision cut your plastic materials to exact size, helping minimize excess material costs. With our tools we can process materials up to 128” in length and all of our plastic parts must pass a comprehensive, ISO 9001:2008 compliant quality inspection before shipping. We can cut the most technical and advanced plastics, including PEEK, Halar®, Ultem®, Teflon® (PTFE), and Vespel®.
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We also cut raw sheets, tubes and bars for our plastic distribution customers. We make it easy to buy specialty plastics, delivering your order to your door fast, cut to size and ready to use. This puts you a step ahead on your project, and you don’t have to worry about calibrating your in-house saws to cut advanced plastics. You also don’t have to worry about meeting a minimum threshold: we’ll sell you the quantity of plastic you need, no matter how large or small, at a fair price.
In addition to CNC sawing, we offer:
Our precision CNC plastic cutting services save you time, reduce waste, and keep your costs low. If you have a project that can benefit from our high-speed CNC plastic cutting services, call us at 610-926-3245 or email email@example.com.
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