Plastic Fabrication For Retail Display Hardware

Plastic fabrication refers to the process of designing, manufacturing and assembling plastic products using various techniques such as machining, cutting, and welding. This process involves the conversion of raw plastic materials into finished parts, components, and products that can be used in a wide range of industries such as grocery, packaging, retail, industrial supply, and medical.

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Plastic Fabrication Services

Plastic fabrication services can be used to create a wide variety of products such as display cases, acrylic stands, restaurant table signs, shelving, plastic sign holders, and custom plastic display components.

Are you looking to create custom plastic products to meet specific requirements and specifications? Kinter can help.

There are several plastic fabrication methods our teams use:

  • Plastic routing uses a cutting tool to remove material from a plastic sheet in a desired shape following a pre-programmed path or template. This process can be performed manually or using CNC (Computer Numerical Control) machine technology to create custom plastic parts and components that require a high degree of accuracy and precision. Plastic routing is commonly used in a variety of industries, including signage, advertising, retail display, and packaging.
  • Chemical-based plastic welding uses chemicals to melt and fuse plastic parts together, creating a strong and seamless bond that is airtight as well as resistant to wear and tear. In addition to display products and industries, chemical welding is often used in the production of tanks, pipes, and other plastic components that require airtight seals.
  • Sonic welding, also known as ultrasonic welding, is a method of joining plastic parts together using high-frequency sound vibrations. During the welding process, the plastic parts are held together under pressure and subjected to high-frequency sound waves, causing the plastic to melt and fuse together. Sonic welding is often used in the production of medical products, automotive components, and consumer goods in addition to display products and industries.

Why Choose Kinter for Plastic Fabrication?

Kinter brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to plastic fabrication services. Here are just some of the reasons you should choose Kinter for your plastic fabrication needs:

  • We can fabricate any size, shape, or design to meet your plastic part of component specifications.
  • Our nimble approach to manufacturing means we offer short lead times and fast delivery of your product, based on complexity.
  • Our precision plastic tooling process ensures quality and accuracy.
  • We can accommodate large or small production runs.
  • With rapid prototyping and engineering services on-site, Kinter can bring innovative new designs to life,  validating the design before full-scale production.
Plastic fabrication process

We encourage you to challenge us with your specific product needs.

We have engineering know-how, custom prototyping, CNC machining, and plastic injection molding services on-site, ready to bring any outside-of-the-box idea to life! 

Let's get started on your next plastic fabrication project. Contact our KinterCare team now.

Plastic Fabrication FAQs


What materials do you use for plastic fabrication?

Kinter has the experience and expertise to fabricate many common plastic materials, including acrylic, styrene, PVC, and more. Reach out to our KinterCare team directly to learn about the additional materials we have available or if you’d like to learn more about our plastic fabrication services. 


What are Kinter’s lead times for plastic fabrication?

Kinter’s lead times are often considerably shorter than other plastic fabricators because we offer many in-house service capabilities. Our ability to control production schedules and maneuver the manufacturing process means we can pivot to accommodate the project needs of our customers. Contact our KinterCare team directly now to inquire about your project requirements. 


What are the size restrictions on plastic fabrications?

If you have a product vision, we can bring it to life. Challenge the Kinter team with your large or small projects. We have the capabilities to design and fabricate large product sizes.