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New Custom Plastics Molding Website Showcases Rotational Molding Successes, Services
Madison, IN: A new Website from plastics design and manufacturing company , Madison, Ind. (formerly MODRoto) provides a product design resource for using rotationally molded plastics. Featuring a spotlight on converting parts and products from metal, wood and plastic to rotationally molded plastic, the new Web site showcases case studies to reveal how Meese engineers have eliminated parts, improved strength and added impressive visual appeal while saving on costs. Marine watercraft, playground equipment, point-of-purchase displays, and award-winning golf carts are among those highlighted. The new Web site also includes an article archive on management for rotational molders.
Meese Offers Guidance on Converting to Plastic, Free Literature
The new meese.com Web site compares the cost of rotational molding to injection and blow molding in terms of tooling, material selection and molding, and also offers a free conversion analysis to assess whether an existing part or design may be improved with rotational molding. Literature about the company's custom rotational molding services is available free via the Web site.
The site also highlights the company’s history as a rotational molding industry pioneer. Founded in 1931, the company was among the first to use rotational molding with polyethylene plastics and its management team was among the founders of the Association of Rotational Molders (ARM). The company operates four rotational molding facilities across the United States for quick shipments and low cost freight.
For a free brochure or more information, contact Meese at 1745 Cragmont St., Madison, Ind. 47250; 1-800-829-4535; FAX 812.273.1878; firstname.lastname@example.org or see www.meese-inc.com.
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