With a range of CNC flat bed routing machines Allplastics Engineering offers clients a machining service for hard and soft plastics.

Materials such as acrylic, polycarbonate, Perspex, frost, Plexiglas Satinice, HDPE, HMWPE, PETG, Polypropylene, Nylon, Acetal and many other thermoplastics can be accurately cut on the 3m x 2m bed of its CNC routers.

And materials such as fluteboard, aluminium composite, PVC or polycarbonate, which are not safe to be laser cut, can be accurately reproduced using the facilities at Allplastics in Sydney.

Allplastics can cut sheets up to 3m x 2m and a depth up to 60 mm thick.

Applications include:

·       Star wheels    

·       Discs

·       Pads

·       Spears

·       Shims

·       Displays

·       Workstation dividers

·       Christmas decorations


Allplastics Engineering

Ph: 02 9417 6111

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