Fabrication & Machining Guidelines


Redwood Plastics offers custom plastics fabrication and machining, material knowledge and high quality finishing. Visit our services page for a complete list of all our available services.

Plastics have some similarities to other materials in regards to how they can be drilled and machined, however they have many differences. Below are some guidelines and tips to consider if you will be machining, storing, installing and/or fabricating plastic materials on your own.

 

 

 

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