Plastics Fabrication & Finishing

Finalise your extrusions with added aesthetic and protective properties

We can supply plastic extrusion in a range of surface finishes

and with a variety of different additions and alterations.

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Adhesive tape

If your extrusions end-use requires it to be fixed in place, we can ensure it is ready before it even leaves the factory. 

We will line your extrusions, according to your specification, with an adhesive of your choosing. 

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Protective film

This is usually used for aesthetic purposes, when an extrusion needs to endure scratches and marks but retain a 'like-new' appearance.

It can also, however, be used for functional purposes, such as increasing friction resistance.

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Punching

Either for aesthetic or functional purposes, we can provide a punching service for your extrusions.

The shapes punched can range anywhere from simple holes, to company or brand names.

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Printing

By printing straight onto the plastic extrusion you can achieve almost any pattern, colour, finish or texture you may require.

A common example of this is the plastic trim you can find around the sides of most office desks that has the appearance of wood.

Bending 

 

If you have a special request for something we haven’t listed here, please contact us.

Seen enough? Get in touch!

Whatever your query may be, our caring and friendly service team are more than happy to help. You can either send us a quick message or a detailed enquiry with drawings or sketches. We will get in touch with you as soon as we can, to discuss your requirements further.

Reach us online using live chat

Contact us via live chat to discuss your extrusion needs

Reach us by phone or email

During our opening hours reach us on UK (+44) 020 3011 2010 or email us any time at hello@bwcgroup.co.uk

Opening hours

  • Monday to Friday 9am - 5pm
  • Friday 9am - 4.15pm

 

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