Plastics By Design are one of the top pioneers in plastic thermoforming. With a highly experienced technical team fully supported by the most up-to-date equipment. Plastics By Design are established as one of the European leaders in its field.
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The first vacuum formed illuminated freezer display; for Birds Eye Walls
The first pressure forming used on Concorde 1000; armrest radio moulding
Complete NHS bed; fully moulded and assembled using vacuum and pressure forming's for HNE
Transit trays for the glass industry; supplying the Scottish Distilleries and made for all the major glass bottle suppliers
The first expandable SOT for butter and ice cream tubs. Stacking them on their sides increased sales by 35%- made for Kraft Europe
The first plastic twin wheel barrow; made from 6mm modified PP.
Awarded a Gold medal at the NEC GLEE Exhibition
The first 2 litre bottle trays; pressure formed in PP material and used by Tesco and Sainsbury's
The Solero bin which copied the iced shots carton. The Solero bin won the Gold POP award; only 12 awarded annually. This was for Birds Eye Walls
Pressure forming display using pre-printed cast acrylic material used in Bars and Clubs
Eddie the head is the logo for the Rock group Iron Maiden and we designed this to hold 15 CDs. This is made up of three Pressure Formings and produced for EMI
These Protective packaging end caps replaced the pulp mould end caps; reduced cost and better performance. This was for Panasonic.
Protective Packaging Transit tray; combined to produce two cavity trays to hold printer lids. Trays re-used repeatedly
The First twin protective packaging tray for heart and lung operations for children. This was for Gambro
Robotic transit tray for roller bearings. Vertical sides were needed to enable loading into the Renault engine plant machinery.
The first full size Pressure forming for a coffee vending machine which was made for Crane Merchandising
The first vacuum formed tray insert; making it easier to have different combinations of power tools, with just one injection moulded case. This was made for Makita
The first robotic chocolate insert trays; Tesco's Christmas range
Protective packaging for machined Trubo shafts used in Mercedes, VW and Audi cars; shipped from the UK to Italy and then onto Germany.
This visor has a 3D head band with a 250 micron APET super clear visor. This project took 7 working days from start to finish. Over 500k delivered to the NHS