Rotational molding a process that has been around since 1940's, involves the heating
of a hollow die filled with plastic powder. It is then slowly rotated (on two perpendicular
axis) causing the powder to liquefy and stick to the inside walls of the mold. In
order to maintain an even thickness throughout the part, the mold continues to rotate
throughout both the heating and cooling process. Having a slow process allows us
to concentrate on individual customer needs.