ThermoFab Releases Free White Paper to Help Businesses Better Evaluate Thermoforming Companies

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White paper provides seven benchmarks to use when considering which manufacturing company can do the best job in helping to bring a thermoformed product to market.

We realize that ThermoFab needs to meet every one of the requirements we're promoting, and we endeavor to do that each and every day. - Tom King, president of ThermoFab

ThermoFab, a manufacturer of custom plastic enclosures, announced the release of a white paper that will help businesses better evaluate thermoforming companies. The white paper--"7 Considerations When Choosing a Thermoforming Company"--is free and available for download on ThermoFab's website.

Some of the considerations include what questions to ask thermoforming companies, how to get the company's references/clients to reveal their true experiences with the thermoformer, and how to determine "must-haves" versus "nice-to-haves" when it comes to selecting a thermoforming company.

The philosophy behind the white paper is simple: to help customers make the best decision when it comes to manufacturing their product. Tom King, president of ThermoFab, said, "While it might seem counterintuitive that we're releasing a white paper that helps people evaluate thermoforming companies--which would include ThermoFab as well as our competitors--we feel it's in the customer's best interest to understand how important the decision is and how many factors can affect that decision. We realize that ThermoFab needs to meet every one of the requirements we're promoting, and we endeavor to do that each and every day."

To download ThermoFab's free white paper, visit

About ThermoFab:
Founded in 1976 and headquartered in Shirley, Mass., ThermoFab designs, develops, and delivers custom plastic enclosure prototypes and products. Using a proprietary pressure forming process, injection-molded detail can be achieved with better turn-around and quality, providing ThermoFab customers with a competitive edge in today’s high-speed marketplace. Existing customers include, but are not limited to, 454 Life Sciences, Digimarc, Harvard Medical School, IBC Candela, Studio Network Solutions, Titleist, Roche, Mako Surgical, Prospect Biosystems, GE Healthcare, NDI, OmniSonics, Medica, CardioMems, Ikonysis, and SiCortex. In-house services include a 45-day push-pull system, dock-to-stock programs, tooling design and fabrication, custom painting, and EMI / RFI shielding. For more information, visit

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