More and more products are required to have a specified finish, giving them an edge on the market. Laminated Plastics has been established since 1960 and experience has gained us the knowledge and understanding needed to produce perfectly fabricated parts every time.

The difference between a quality part and an average part can be as simple as cleaning, finishing, assembling, and safe packaging. We take pride in only manufacturing quality parts in accordance with ISO 9001 and AS 9100 specifications. During the deburring process, parts undergo full inspection, ensuring they are delivered just the way you want. The simplest way to eliminate burrs in fabricated plastic parts is to avoid creating them in the first place and machining without burrs is the foundation of our success. Last but not least, careful packaging for safe travel is of the utmost importance. After manufacturing to the highest standards possible, we strive to deliver your quality, finished product on time with no shipment damage.

Laminated Plastics Finishing Options

Special De-burring Techniques for Plastic

We have developed special techniques to remove burrs from the most complex parts and materials. Our processes help to avoid failure of components while offering long-term dimensional stability and improved safety.


Silk Screen, Engraving and Marking Plastic

We can deliver parts finished to your particular specification whether marked, pad printed, engraved, silk screened, etched, or coated.


Assembly, Bonding and Welding Plastic

We have the capability to deliver assemblies consisting of various plastic or metal parts, which can be mounted conventionally, bonded, or welded. Our expertise in these techniques helps you reduce cost, promote quality, and improve safety.


Buffing Plastic

Acrylic and other engineering plastics can be polished to esthetically improve the surface finish and enhance appearance.


Flame Polishing Plastic

Flame Polishing produces one of the clearest finishes attainable. This method is most effective on flat, external surfaces and works best on acrylics. Flame polishing is frequently used on acrylic after the fabrication process because of its high speed when compared to other methods.
This process requires the surface of the acrylic or plastic material to be heated, creating material flow. Material, in a liquid state, will flow, allowing for a smoother finish.


Finishing and Secondary Operations for Plastics

Finishing operations include, but are not limited to, CNC Milling and turning, Pad Printing, hot stamping, part painting, precision fitting, and plastic parts assembly.