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Figure 1


You can form objects on the EXO-FORMER 24's FORMING TABLE that are longer than 21.5" by simply using the diagonal of the forming table as illustrated in Figure 1.  The example shown depicts how a 6" wide by 27" long ship hull mold can fit easily on the FORMING TABLE.  You should always remember to leave adequate space between the mold and the edge of the FORMING TABLE, because the warm plastic always needs to contact the edge of the FORMING TABLE to create a tight air seal.




THERMOPLASTIC SHEET ECONOMY


Figure 2

To achieve the greatest thermoplastic sheet economy, and therefore the least amount of wasted plastic, one often needs to place a number of molds on the FORMING TABLE at the same time.  For instance, if you plan on making multiple formed parts, it would be unwise to place a single mold in the center of the FORMING TABLE as shown in figure 2.  The preferred method would be to place multiple molds on the FORMING TABLE as shown in figure 3. 




Figure 3




 




(Plastic sheets not included. Specifications subject to change without notice.)

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