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Plastic profile extrusion produces a part that has a continuous cross-section

such as a tube or channel.  Using heat up to 600 degrees F and pressure the

profile is pulled at a specified line speed through a machined set of dies and

calibrators that match the part drawing.

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Materials for Profile Extrusions

PVC Extrusions

  rigid profile extrusion

  semi rigid profile extrusions

  flexible profile extrusion

Polyethylene Extrusions

  low density

  high density

ABS Extrusions

Acrylic Extrusions

Polycarbonate Extrusions    



Nylon Extrusions

Styrene Extrusions

Polypropylene Extrusions

PETG Extrusions

TPR (rubber like) Extrusions

Urethane Extrusions

ABS co-polymer Extrusions

Capabilities for Profile Extrusions

Inline cutting          

Offline cutting




Decorative foil


Special packaging



Modeling MJF SLS

CAD services

Standard lengths are 12 - 96 in. with a  +/- .250 tolerance

Precision cutting for close tolerance or lengths under 12 in.  

Prototyping or short run production.  No die or mold cost.

Drilling  routing  punching  notching  mitering - for extruded profiles

One color “Ink Jet Printing” repeating image done inline

Inline process applies foils in metallics  colors  wood grains

Inline or offline application of double sided pressure sensitive tapes

Consumer products or kitting of multiple parts

Combining two durometers or two colors of extruded profiles

Combining three colors or three durometers or any combination.

Computer driven 3-D prototypes in polyester - nylon - abs

Full 3-D drawing files for rapid proto typing

Wall thickness


From .025 to .375 large and small shapes

Up to 22 inches in cross section

examples of extrusion

types of extrusion

printed extrusion

foil extrusion

Physical properties of extruded plastics...

 - durometers in: rigid, semi-rigid and flexible

 - enhanced to increase impact strength

 - resistance to ultra-violet exposure

 - resistance to cold weather for outdoor use

 - resistance to extreme heat

 - modified to withstand harsh chemicals

 - fire retardant additives

 - fungicide additives

 - foaming agents to reduce weight

 - co-polymers

 - anti-stat additives for electronics

 - high gloss, semi gloss and matte finishes

 - surface texturing


plastic tolerances

plastic terms

The development process begins with a detailed

accurate part drawing defining all dimensions and

critical tolerances.  Material selection is important

as different materials require different die design and

after-forming equipment.  For instance, designing

dies for acrylic will not work for extruding polyethylene

and so on.  Die design and manufacturing of dies

requires qualified and experienced toolmakers who

possess a comprehensive knowledge of various

plastic materials and their unique characteristics.


Now the extrusion process begins which entails setting extruder temperature

adjusting desirable line speeds and applying appropriate vacuum to sizing

calibrators.  This stage can take several hours before an acceptable part is

achieved.  In many cases the dies need to be adjusted and sometimes new

dies must be made,. If adjustments are necessary,  the die testing procedure

has to be performed again.

When the profile meets the print requirements, the die testing phase is finished

and the part is submitted to the customer for approval.  Now that we have the

data to extrude a part that meets the print, we can set up and run production

orders.  Under normal conditions the development phase can take four weeks.  

It is important that the customer leave ample time for development.  Once the

part has been developed, production usually takes 2-3 weeks.

Understanding dimension tolerances see standard tolerance chart

Once the dies have been completed it’s time to perform a die test.  This involves

attaching the die plates to the extruder and setting up the downstream equipment.  

Some materials require that the extrusion travel through chilled water, some

materials can be cooled with air alone and some require a combination of both.  

In many cases the extrusion, once leaving the die, must then enter a vacuum

chamber or sizer, in order to maintain the intended shape.  Now the plastic resin

must be loaded into the extruder and brought to a specific temperature before the

process begins.  The set up procedure can take several hours.

Interested in a brief explanation of the process… read below!

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Dies / tooling

Done in-house with EDM and Cad Cam equipment