1820 Conyers Station Road 

Conyers, GA 30013

770-614-1872

LARGE PLASTIC PARTS THERMOFORMED

Innovative Thermoforming Solutions

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Take a quick tour of our new facility in

Conyers, Georgia

 

THERMOFORMING AT IT'S BEST...

High volume, complex parts in any gauge from .080 to .780.

Heavy Gauge Vacuum Forming
High Speed Twin Sheet Forming
Pressure Forming
Returnable Packaging
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Founded in 1963, C+K Plastics by Georgia Thermoforming is recognized as one of the most experienced plastic forming companies in the industry.

Our extensive technical knowledge, coupled with our broad range of services and capabilities—from pressure forming and twin-sheet forming to heavy-gauge vacuum forming with secondary operations—means C+K Plastics is ready and willing to take your project from concept to finished product.

C+K Plastics continually strives to stay on the leading edge of new technological advancements to ensure that we are always able to offer innovative, cost-effective solutions for most any thermoformed application.

Our new manufacturing facility in Conyers, Georgia is 95,000 sq. ft. of advanced equipment and robotics. Situated east of Atlanta, this facility mirrors the equipment and capabilities found in the company’s Metuchen, New Jersey plant enabling C+K to deliver tremendous manufacturing expertise to a the entire east coast.

Two plants means shorter lead times, availability to move tooling between plants for more output capacity and the cost savings of freight.

Georgia Thermoforming by C&K Plastics. Experts in Large Plastic Parts thermoformed on-site.  Serving OEM manufacturers since 1963 with twin sheet formed plastic parts, vacuum forming, pressure forming and twin sheet thermoformed plastic parts.

 
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Our Zero-Sag machine is the first of its kind in the US for automated large twin sheet forming

Very large parts can be made in large quantities

Thermoforming actually improves material property with thermal controls during process

JIT and blanket orders are no problem

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CNC trimmers can make make tooling quicker and also can trim finished parts with accuracy

Returnable packaging is another specialty for automotive manufacturers to transport parts to assembly plants 

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TYPES of Thermoforming

VACUUM FORMING

Vacuum forming is the process of taking a flat thermoplastic sheet and using controlled heat to make it pliable enough to conform to a mold contour by simultaneously applying force and vacuum.

 

Vacuum-formed parts are typically three-dimensional, and finished parts will have the defined shape and detail on one side.

  • Ability to produce both low and high-volume parts cost effectively

  • Low forming pressures mean Inexpensive tooling compared to other processes

  • Less expensive to make part modifications in most cases

  • Fast turnaround times; customers can review sample patterns before creating hard tooling

  • Ability to select a customized surface finish from a variety of patterns and custom laminates

TWIN SHEET FORMING

Twin Sheet Forming uses distinct top and bottom molds, heat, and vacuum to create a void between two sheets of plastic while forming a strong edge seal.

  • High strength-to-weight ratio

  • Less expensive tooling costs than blow molding

  • Excellent rigidity and structural integrity

  • Enclosed cavities make twin-sheet parts suitable for a wide range of end-use applications

  • Molded-in attachments and other features are possible

  • Internal reinforcement options

  • Compatible with most thermoplastic

PRESSURE FORMING

Twin Sheet Forming uses distinct top and bottom molds, heat, and vacuum to create a void between two sheets of plastic while forming a strong edge seal.

  • High strength-to-weight ratio

  • Less expensive tooling costs than blow molding

  • Excellent rigidity and structural integrity

  • Enclosed cavities make twin-sheet parts suitable for a wide range of end-use applications

  • Molded-in attachments and other features are possible

  • Internal reinforcement options

  • Compatible with most thermoplastic

Contact Us

1820 Conyers Station Road  -  Conyers, GA 30013

770-614-1872 - Phone (GA)

 

159 Liberty Street  - Metuchen, NJ 08840

732-549-0011 - Phone (NJ)
 

732-549-1889 - Fax

info@candkplastics.com