Rotational molding allows hollow shapes to be created in Advanced Packaging’s custom cases while still maintaining a constant wall thickness for superior durability. This method creates stress free parts when polymer powder is tumbled around inside the mold.

The process of rotational molding has been around since the turn of the century, but was first put into use on plastics in the late 1940s and early 1950s, helping to manufacture anything from toys to road cones. The then slowness of the procedure, however, limited the amount of plastics it could be used on. Today, thanks to advancements in process controls and improvements in plastic powders, rotational molding has transformed into a far more accessible and efficient method.

Here at Advanced Packaging, Inc., we offer a variety of custom rotational molded, or in short, roto-molded cases for the transport and storage of any of our clients’ equipment and goods. These heavy-duty cases are made from polyurethane plastic, are easily accessorized, provide excellent durability, and of course, are shock and water resistant. Roto-molded cases are ideal for both commercial and military applications.

Whatever your needs may be, Advanced Packaging, Inc. can meet them: roto-molded cases are designed and manufactured to safely hold goods from as small as a camera to as large as a jet engine. Roto-molded cases come in a variety of colors, are pad-lockable and feature corrosion resistant hardware.

If you have any questions Rotational Molded Single Lid Transit Cases, please contact Advanced Packaging Inc. by calling 888-206-5250or visit our website today!

Founded over 40 years ago, Advanced Packaging Inc. provides quality stock and custom container solutions for military, government, and commercial equipment manufacturers. Our in-house engineering and production staff can quickly and efficiently fabricate shipping containers to meet each and every client’s specific requirements.

API has the experience to provide you with exceptional service and superior quality for all your packaging needs.

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