Thermoforming is described as a method of forming plastics in which a plastic sheet material is heated to a point where it is soft and pliable. The sheet is then formed to the desired shape using vacuum, pressure and mechanical assists or any combination of these.

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"Thermoforming" is in the UNSPSC Code "23151515"
  Thermoforming molds
Ref: 122582/2006-10-10

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