We often produce polyethylene, or PE Foam, in our High-tech machine park. You can use Polyethylene for numerous solutions. This foam is often used for shock-absorbing articles. It is very suitable for laser cutting. The density of PE Foam can vary and is available in different thicknesses. The material has closed cells, so it does not allow liquids to pass, is highly resistant to chemicals and can float. This makes this material very popular in the flight case industry.
PE Foam inlays according to your specifications
Looking for a supplier that produces PE Foam inlays according to your specifications? DLF Plastics has extensive experience in laser cutting inlays from PE Foam. With our Anti-Vortex laser cutting technique, edges are cut extremely smoothly and accurately. Do you want to have one inlay, a 0-series or a large series produced? By effortlessly uploading a drawing, you will usually receive a free quote within 1 business day (which we can deliver within 4-7 days after approval). Want input on the production of plastic parts? Feel free to contact us, and we will be happy to support you.