Plastic polymers are fed into the Plastic Extruder
barrel and processed on a single or double screw. The
polymers are heated up to about 400°F when the extruder
transports, melts, and mixes the granules
simultaneously. At the end of the first stage, the
melted mass will be pushed into the die, which shapes
the molten plastic into the desired shape.
After passing through the die the molten plastic is
pulled through a calibration system, which cools the
part under vacuum.
The finished product is then cut to the desired length.