Blow Molded Versus Injection Molded Carrying Cases
Carrying cases made through blow molding are considered superior to those made through the process of injection molding. The blow molding process creates cases that are both lightweight and durable, and which can be used in a variety of ways. Blow molded plastic equipment carrying cases are thus ideal in situations that require a prototype or a demo kit.
Blow molding is a process in which plastic is blown into a metal mold to form the case. The durability of the case comes from its seamless design and through the use of thermoplastics, which are state-of-the-art polymers known for their durability. Western Case has perfected their products through the use of thermoplastics.
Western Case will give their users peace of mind when storing, carrying and traveling, and also offer these features:
• Resistance against impact
• Insulation from low temperatures
• Protection from chemicals and other threats
• Electrical insulation and flame resistance properties
Blow molded cases produced by Western Case are perfect in situations requiring a custom design. This is because the design process is neither time-consuming nor exceptionally costly. However, the method still allows for the production in large or small quantities of cases that come in a variety of designs.
Extrusion Molding, Its Advantages and Disadvantages
Extrusion molded cases also use thermoplastics, but are made differently. Extrusion molding is a practical way of producing any numbers of custom cases. Extrusion molded cases can be produced in large quantities and offer complex designs and intricate features. Extrusion molding is ideal for creating standard-sized cases that are resilient and versatile.