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As experts in plastic fabrication and packaging equipment with over 25 years in the industry, you’ll find only the very best products at Plasquip from industry-leaders such as Shannons, Manix, Bulltech, Golden Laser, Giess, MACDUE Packmasta, DMC. This means you can look forward to reliability, durability, efficiency and high-quality results.

With our experienced engineers on hand who have an in-depth knowledge of each and every one of our products, you’ll also have access to in-depth expertise to keep your machines running smoothly — we can visit you on-site or provide support over the phone.

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3D Printing could provide users with final parts in just a few days to verify the design concept, or put directly them into use , and also make the time to market faster than competitors. 3D printing technology plays a very important role in the production process. It can quickly obtain a product model, and then use the model for rapid production. The method is very flexible and efficient, effectively reduces the cost of molding and production waste, get products in very short time, achieving a multiplier effect.

SLA (Stereolithography) is an additive manufacturing process that works by focusing an UV laser on to a vat of photopolymer resin. With the help of computer aided manufacturing or computer aided design(CAM/CAD) software, the UV laser is used to draw a pre-programmed design or shape on to the surface of the photopolymer vat. Photopolymers are sensitive to ultraviolet light, so the resin is photochemically solidified and forms a single layer of the desired 3D object. This process is repeated for each layer of the design until the 3D object is complete.

SLM printing uses selective laser melting technology which melts metal powders and solidifies layer by layer until a three-dimensional part is built. During the process, the ruler in the build chamber will pave one layer of the metal powder, a high powered laser selectively fuses the powder by tracing cross-section of the part on the surface of a powder bed and then a new coat of material is applied for the next layer. The whole process is in a high vacuum chamber or full of protective gas chamber to avoid the metal powder reacts with oxygen at high temperature.

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Why Our Customers Use Us

Peter Shephard

Meet Peter

Your equipment specialist and the owner of Plasquip

Peter comes from a mechanical engineering background and has spent many years in technical roles in various industries and organisations. Peters has many years of experience working in everything from small family-owned businesses up to and including large multi nations. Peter has the experience to understand your needs big or small. With experience is specifying and purchasing equipment for production and packaging in a variety of industries Peter understands what you require. The number one goal of Peter and Plasquip is to supply great value for money equipment that won’t let you down with backup and support you expect and deserve when you part with your hard-earned dollars.

Peter Shephard