Superior Custom Plastic Fabrication with Reading Plastic

custom plastic fabrication

From prototype to production, count on Reading Plastic for custom plastic fabrication. We’ve staked our reputation on being the one company that can solve the toughest problems, manufacturing plastic components to your exact specifications the first time, every time.

Why choose a plastic fabrication shop for your precise parts? While many metal shops can technically machine plastic, they’re known for running into problems with material selection, burr control, contamination, and quality in general.

On the contrary, our fabrication team is trained and experienced working with most plastic materials available today. That experience makes all the difference: Our company is known for our ability to hold close tolerances when other companies have failed.

Here’s what to expect when you partner with us for high-quality custom plastic fabrication.

Custom Plastic Fabrication: 4 Ways We Do It Better

With Reading Plastic’s custom fabrication services, you get:

Our Custom Plastic Fabrication Specialties 

Bending Forming Secondary Assembly
Diamond Polishing Threaded Inserts Tank Machinery Covers
Hot Stamping Signage Prototypes Bonding
Cutting Boards Extrusion Frames FDA Protective Devices
Wedding Hoppers Hoods Guards Washdown
Applications Acrylic Showcases Show Displays
Bonding

All of our fabricated products can be branded with your name or logo using silk screening, stickers, hot stamping and other methods.

Contact Us Today for a Free Quote

Ready to get the plastic parts you need? Call us at (610) 926-3245 or request a free quote. Tell us the problem you need solving, and we’ll tell you how our capabilities can meet your needs and deliver a precise solution fast.

 

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