Thermoforming, a versatile process in the manufacturing industry, utilizes a variety of general sheets. These include glossy, matte, frosted, and textured ABS, HIPS, PC, PE, PET, PP, PVC, PMMA, PETG, and ABS+PMMA composite sheets.

One of the key advantages of thermoformed products is their cost-effectiveness. When compared to injection molding, thermoforming not only incurs lower mold costs but also boasts a shorter production cycle. This is particularly beneficial for users whose products are in the development and growth stages, as it effectively addresses the issue of high product costs resulting from small production batches.

Thermoformed products find extensive applications across various industries, including automobiles, machinery, medical equipment, construction, home appliances, printing, furniture, tourism, catering, toys, advertising, and lighting.

The range of products produced through thermoforming is vast. It includes mechanical equipment casings, product casings, refrigerator linings, automobile and furniture accessories, medical bed boards, massage chairs, disabled chairs, dental chairs, beach mop basins, and elevator interior decoration parts. Other products include stage light casings, rear projection TV casings, vacuum cleaner casings, sports equipment casings, solar panel mounts, lampshades, and heating pipe mounting plates. Thermoforming is also used to produce load-bearing pallets and display series for auto parts, LCD display glass, medical casings, trolley casing products, and other large plastic pallets.