Rotomoulding in Furniture
Plastic furniture was all the rage in the 60’s and 70’s when plastic was a relatively new and exciting material. Designers of that era were let loose with their imagination and pushed the limitations of the manufacturing options of the time.
Now, once again, with advances in polymer technology and new production techniques, designers are once again returning to explore the new possibilities to create high quality and desirable modern techno-plastic furniture.
In particular, major European and New York designers are leading the way, creating highly aesthetic, functional and beautifully sculptured forms often inspired by nature.
Unlike other manufacturing processes, where a separate skeleton structure is usually required, the wall thickness of a rotomoulded product can be built up gradually and therefore the structural integrity of large objects can be built into the form itself.
The fact that the rotomoulding process can use material that can be 100% recyclable is a major draw card in an ever increasingly eco conscious marketplace.
Because of the easy of manufacturing large items with relatively low production runs requirements, rotomoulding furniture is being used particularly for the outdoor leisure industry and modular furniture systems in large indoor areas such as airports, shopping malls etc
The imagination and a design company that fully understands the unique features and capabilities of the rotomoulding process and what can be achieved.
- Complex shapes
- Large sizes
- Seem free
- Rust proof
- UV stable