October 30, 2013
Mayfield Plastics has announced the release of the “Thermoforming Design Guide”. This design guide is provided for mechanical engineers and designers and for others who have a need to understand the technical specifications for thermoforming, vacuum forming, and pressure forming.
The Thermoforming Design Guide explains and illustrates the design requirements that engineers and designers need to keep in mind when designing for the thermoforming process. The guide provides detailed information on dimensional tolerances, draw ratios, undercuts, plug assists, radii and chamfers as well as other technical information.
“We hope to educate engineers and designers on the finer points of thermoforming”, said Harrison Greene, Vice-President of Growth and Development. “We feel it is important to educate and inform since we are experts in this field and engineers and designers today are often faced with sourcing a huge variety of products.” Greene said.
The Guide may be downloaded at http://connect.mayfieldplastics.com/thermoforming-and-vacuum-forming-design-guide
July 1, 2013
Mayfield Plastics, a leading thermoforming supplier, proudly announces that its manufacturing facility has been awarded ISO 9001 Registration, demonstrating the company’s vision of a world-class manufacturing operation combined with unrivaled customer service.
The award of ISO 9001 Registration indicates that Mayfield Plastics has implemented a quality management system that enables it to consistently provide products that meets customer requirements and enhances customer satisfaction through the effective application of the system. "The ISO Registration demonstrates our continuing commitment to the quality and reliability of all of our thermoformed products," said Ron Cross, Mayfield President. "Our customers should be confident we are following the process and procedures reviewed before doing business with Mayfield," Cross said.
ISO 9001:2008 is a quality management system developed by the International Organization of Standardization that requires a manufacturer demonstrate its ability to consistently provide product that meets customer and applicable statutory and regulatory requirements. ISO 9001:2008 is recognized by businesses around the world as the premier quality management standard. It provides a universally accepted suite of quality-oriented business management process objectives and standards that must be made an integral part of a quality-run business in today’s global manufacturing and business environment
"By meeting the requirements of the ISO 9001:2008, we have clearly demonstrated our commitment to continuously enhancing our processes and adapting to the needs of each area of our company. This certification qualifies us as a trusted company that plans, organizes and controls all of its processes, allowing us to offer our clients consistent high-quality thermoformed products," Cross said.
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Sutton, MA May 10,, 2010 - Mayfield Plastics is the featured article in this month's edition of Plastic Technology magazine. The article entitled "Mayfield Rides the Medical Wave" details the transformation the company has made from the machine tool industry to a major player in medical thermoformed parts. According to the article, Mayfield's physical location in Massachusetts played a role in its decision to seek out medical business. "This area has typically been where innovative companies have located," says company president Ron Cross.
Mayfield has served the medical market for the past 25 years, and today some 70% of its business is in that field, notably housings and skins for diagnostic machines like CAT Scanners. Its medical product line also includes sidewalls, user interface panels, bezels and thermoformed enclosures, internal components, thermoformed medical devices , work-in progress trays, and hospital room panels.
The full article can be found at http://www.ptonline.com/articles/201005fa3.html and more information regarding Mayfield may be found at the company website www.mayfieldplastics..com
Sutton, MA -- Keeping current with customer demands as well as improving efficiencies and quality, Mayfield Plastics has announced the delivery of a new MAAC single station thermoforming machine. "The new equipment is indicative of our commitment to our customers in providing the latest technology," said Ronald Cross, President. "The new 48 X60 MAAC 54S has a PLC controller providing 10 automatic forming techniques to give the customer repeatability when producing thermoformed parts. It has unlimited storage of job files and is equipped with top and bottom quartz ovens providing "instant on" during the heating cycle and "instant off" during the forming cycle for the most in energy efficiency," Cross said.
Mayfield Plastics is a leading custom thermoforming and vacuum-forming supplier to the medical, industrial and electronic markets. They supply custom thermoformed panels, medical devices, covers, bezels, radomes and enclosures for many industries. "In spite of the weak economy in 2009, we continue to invest in our plant and equipment to provide unmatched quality and service for our thermoformed products. We are heavily involved in the thermoformed medical device market and will continue to invest in state of the art equipment to remain a leader in our market," Cross said.