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When it comes to manufacturing large hollow plastic parts, nothing beats the process of rotomolding. Compared to other molding or casting processes like injection or blow molding, rotomolding is exceptionally cost efficient and the products produced are also of better quality.
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Design Advantages

The main advantages of Rotomoulding Process are that the designer can select the well-suited and best material for their application. Various components and materials such as Additives are required for Rotomoulding Process that keep it flame retarded and water resistance. In addition to this, handles, inserts, minor undercut and threads are also required in processing. The design can be multi-wall, i.e., it could be hollow or foam filling depending on the purpose of its use.

There are various products that can be manufactured using rotational molding, some of which are listed below:
  • Airplane Parts
  • Bins And Refuse Containers
  • Doll Parts
  • Footballs
  • Helmets
  • Kayak Hulls
  • Playground Slides
  • Road Cones
  • Roofs
  • Rowing Boats
  • Storage Tanks
Rotational Moulding Design:

There are many factors or guidelines, which need to be considered while designing Rotational Moulding. These factors depend on what the actual requirement of the client and resources available to them. To avail maximum Rotational Molding Process Benefits, the following points should be considered by the industries and sectors:

Considered Materials And Limitations:

The first area to be focused on is the use of the material. The stiffness and toughness of the material, which is to be used, may also be the major factor. Like, Nylon, which is considered to be the main material, requires larger radii that other component. Besides, while using flimsy material, strength of this component needs to be measured for better use.

Wall Thicknes:

During the Rotomoulding Process, the designer has a great opportunity to experiment on the wall thickness. The cost of this process is completely dependent on the thickness of the wall. The thicker wall will require more material, gradually it will cost more. The designers are required to do stop rotation process for better result and to know their budget.

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