Vacuum form tooling Revolutionary design of catering trolley, for which two complete fully functional prototypes were made by AP Hollings & Sons Ltd, had a feature that required a vacuum formed assembly. Within the trolley was a hot water urn, which had access via locked door to refill with water and recharge the integral battery. [...]
Vacuum forming was suggested by APHollings to a premier supplier of music concert lighting control consoles, to produce hard dust covers. The client supplies consoles that fit into a large laptop sized bag, therefore the cover had to be close fitting. Within the design their logo was required to be included, to achieve this a CAD file was provided.