Custom Plastic Enclosures by Type 2018-06-22T16:03:29+00:00
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Clam-Shell Housings

A Custom Enclosure at an off-the-shelf price…

The simplest and most cost effective way to create a custom housing. Two U-shaped pieces are snapped together to create a case. The top-shell is slightly over-bent which makes it act like clamp when clipped over the bottom while a tongue-and-groove joint provides a tight seal. For smaller housings no additional fasteners may be necessary, otherwise a solvent-weld, thread-forming screws or machine screws and threaded inserts can be used to assemble the housing. More


A Service-Friendly Electronics Enclosure…

Here an L-shaped chassis slides into a 4-sided cover. This is the preferred housing style for devices that have connectors on both ends. All internal components are mounted to the chassis with access from 3 sides and sliding the chassis into the cover completes the assembly. This style housing requires only a minimal amount of fasteners (often only one) to keep the bottom part (chassis) from sliding out of its key ways. More


Rugged industry-ready enclosures with exceptional service access …

This is a 6-part design consisting of a front and back panel, two internal sides and a U-shaped top and bottom. Its use and appearance is very similar to cases made from aluminum extrusions with covers on both ends. The front and back panel are recessed and the top and bottom covers warp around the sides, effectively doubling the thickness of the side walls. More


Attractive and cost-effective kiosk solutions …

The front, top and back are formed from one piece which allows any combination of angled surfaces to accommodate keypads, touchscreens and displays. This contoured centerpiece is capped with two side panels which lends this style housing its stiffness (the sides are often made using a thicker gauge since they do not need to be formed) which are then solvent welded. More


Compact enclosures that can be ruggedized and shielded …

These are often used to contain antennas or other low-profile printed circuit boards. This style of enclosure is made up by sandwiching 2 or more layers of flats. The contour of these flats as well as the internal cavity are CNC machined so there is no forming involved. The stack is either solvent-welded or held together by fasteners (usually # 4 thread-forming screws). More

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