We answer your most frequently asked questions
Are you able to respond to a request from abroad?
Absolutely, we work in partnership with ENGISHARE in Spain and South America, and directly with Switzerland, Belgium, Italy, Germany, Poland and England.
Why are there no guide prices on your website, in the products section?
Giving a price would be likely to mislead you, as a photograph only provides information on the external appearance of a plastic part.
Whereas a product’s complexity is more often than not on the inside.
In our proposals, as for our products, we produce more detailed quotes as we operate on a bespoke basis.
We take account of specific aspects (dimensions, material(s), fire-protection treatment, finishes, etc.), your specifications, your delivery quantities and your commitment.
How are our prices and quotes established?
The price of your plastic part is established by taking account of your specifications, usage constraints, the type of material required, marking and the finishes requested.
Our quote sets out the price of the prototype, as well as a breakdown, by run, of the unit price of your part.
Can you produce a one metre high terminal?
Our plastic machining table allows us to work with plastic sheets of up to 2 metres long.
The assembly of sub-assemblies for a product of the order of m3 is also available.
Why plastic working and small-scale boilermaking?
This is a no-mould plastics manufacturing technique, which has proved to be a good alternative to plastic injection moulding, among other things, which is fairly expensive and restrictive for small and medium runs: Find out more
For what quantities?
Our technology and our workshops are able to produce small and medium runs for no-mould plastics manufacturing projects of up to several thousand units, with the ability to set the pace of your deliveries: find out more
What types of plastic material do we work with?
Plastic machining of materials in our workshops primarily includes ABS, high impact PS, extruded PVC, extruded and cast PMMA and polycarbonate thermoplastics: find out more
What is a bespoke plastic trim?
Are you looking for a plastic trim for your equipment? Then plastic working is the perfect solution.
This process enables the bespoke production of plastic covers, plastic terminals, plastic casings, plastic housings and plastic parts with no tooling costs: find out more
How does REVOLUPLAST customise your part?
We customise your part, which can change between each run, by marking using silk-screen printing or digital printing.
Likewise, the application of paint or varnish, or even internal metallisation (shielding) can round off our service: find out more
What are the potential applications for plastic working?
The electronics and computer industries, medical equipment, instrumentation, alarms and security, retail store and building equipment, etc. are some of the main applications for small-scale boilermaking and plastic working.
What certifications do we have?
Our design and production processes for bespoke plastic parts are ISO9001 certified: Revoluplast-is-iso-9001-certified
REVOLUPLAST has joined French Fab, why?
For more information, please contact us!
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