Rotomolding Manufacturers and Companies

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  • Orange, CA 877-768-6585

    As a full-service rotational molding company, Roto Dynamics is your source for high quality, custom rotomolded products. Since our inception, we have continued to earn success by closely working with our customers, developing innovative and tailored solutions. We are with you every step of the way, from design and development to production and assembly. For a complete view of our capabilities and services, check out our website, or submit a request for quote to see how we can serve you!

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  • Pearland, TX 281-648-0909

    We are a custom manufacturer of rotationally molded products. Our state of the art technology creates precise, cost effective and dependable products. Whether your order is large or small, we want to be sure you are satisfied. We also manufacture a standard line of chemical storage and process tanks. All of our products go through rigorous testing. The safety of those working with or near our tanks and the environment is a top priority for us.

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  • Winfield, KS 620-221-9464

    Western Industries, Inc. specializes in plastic rotational molding production of a wide range of parts and components. This company is capable of molding very intricate parts into an array of sizes, colors and textures. They are even able to provide the product with graphics and special finishes. For all your product needs, be sure to contact us for a quote today!

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  • Elberfeld, IN 800-304-4600

    We provide outstanding custom plastic rotational molding. Our teams offer short lead times and we will assist you from concept to production. All of our materials and designs are FDA approved and we can handle the most complex projects. We are your one stop shop for all of your rotational molding needs. Give us a call today to learn more information!

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  • Manitowoc, WI 920-645-0461

    Trust Redline Plastics for all your plastics production needs. Rotational molding of parts up to 181 inches, vacuum/thermoforming of parts up to 120 in, and industrial cut-and-sew all under one roof! Our experienced team can handle your product development, engineering, and prototyping; provide quality on-time production of runs large or small; and value-add through assembly, packaging, and shipping.

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  • Houston, TX 346-406-8158

    Texas Rotomold is a superior manufacturer of rotationally molded plastics. With many years of experience, we can efficiently serve our customers at competitive prices. Our main focus has always been to provide our customers with high-quality products with the exact specifications for their needs.

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  • Brainerd, MN 218-824-2025

    Revolv manufacturing specializes in the design and manufacturing of rotationally molded plastic. Since 1995, we have been producing high-quality rotationally molded plastic products. We offer our customers unrivaled customer service and high-quality products.

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  • Claremore, OK 800-825-3379

    Need a custom rotationally molded plastic product? RotoMold USA produces items via rotational molding and performs product design, assists with mold manufacturing and mold maintenance, does quality testing and other services. We’ve done rotomolding for gas and oil, water recreation plus airline industries.

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Rotomolding Industry Information


Roto molding or rotomolding, also known as rotomoulding, plastic rotational molding or rotational molding, is a plastic formation process used to shape raw plastic material into hollow, usable products.

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Types of Thermoplastics

It involves the use of a rotational mold and nearly any thermoplastic. Some of the thermoplastics most commonly molded into plastic products using roto molding include: high density polyethylene (HDPE), low density polyethylene (LDPE), nylon, polyethylene terephthalate (PET), polycarbonate and polyvinyl chloride (PVC). Used to create both small products in large quantities and large products in small quantities, roto molding is known to create plastic formations that are uniform in both quality and precision wall width. The products it can produce are very diverse indeed, including items like plastic construction cones, plastic tanks and even plastic flamingos. Also, rotomolding can be used to create both standard and custom stock shapes.

Rotational Molding Process

Typically, roto machines consist of molds, an oven, a cooling chamber and mold spindles. The molds are mounted on the mold spindles, which allow the molds to rotate. Most roto molds are made out of aluminum or stainless steel. To begin the rotational molding process, manufacturers first stack raw plastic material into a half a mold until it is full. Once full, they attach the mold’s other half and then seal it. Once sealed, the plastic inside the mold is placed inside the oven and heated until it becomes either malleable or molten, depending on the requirements of the piece. At this point in most other thermoplastic forming or molding processes, like injection molding or extrusion, the manufacturer would apply heat and/or pressure to shape the molten plastic. In roto molding, however, the mold is instead rotated by the mold spindles upon which it is mounted. Depending on the type of the equipment being used, the mold may be rotated either in a single direction only or biaxially. The choice of which equipment to use depends upon what kind of shape or shapes a manufacturer would like to form. Either way, once the plastic has been rotated inside the mold long enough, it will have coated its interior, effectively taken on its shape. Once this has happened, the mold stops rotating and is quickly cooled down either inside the cooling chamber, by an external water jet cooling system or perhaps by another method. After it has been cooled, the plastic is ejected from the mold, having taken on its shape. Once a part has been roto molded it can either be prepared for its shipment to customers or it can be sent on for secondary processing like surface treatment or cutting. This depends entirely on the shape and requirements of the new part’s intended application. However, secondary processes and other forming processes are often used in conjunction with roto molding because the demand for plastic shapes is so large and varied.

Types of Rotomolding Machines

Roto molded parts can be made on one of several different types of roto molding machines. These machines include: rock and roll machines, clamshell machines, shuttle machines, vertical or up and over machines, carousel machines and swing arm machines. Each model offers something different.

Rock and Roll Machines
Specially designed with small heating chambers to create long, narrow parts.
Clamshell Machines
Actually a type of rock and roll machine, but they are distinguished by their use of a single primary rotational arm, though they usually also have support arms on their ends. Most other roto molding machines use two or more arms.
Shuttle Machines
Typically have two arms that work independently, moving the mold back and forth in between the heater and the cooler as it turns biaxially. Some shuttle machines do, however, have only one arm. In this case, the arm moves the mold horizontally from the heater to the cooler as it spins.
Vertical Rotational Machines
Smaller than most other rotomolding machines; they are considered small to medium in size. They are valued for their energy efficiency, which is born out of their compact heating and cooling chambers.
Carousel Machines
One of the most commonly used rotational molding machines. Carousel machines may have up to four arms and six stations, and they come as either fixed or independent equipment. Typically, fixed arm carousel machines consist of three arms that are required to move together, while independent arm carousel machines have between three and four arms, all which move separately from one another. Both types of carousel machines are available in a wide variety of sizes.
Swing Arm Machines
Can have up to four arms, all of which move bi-axially. The arms, which do not all have to be engaged at the same, are mounted on the respective corners of the machine, where they swing in and out of the oven.

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Fibertech, Inc. Adds New Rotational Molding Machine & Creates New Jobs

Elberfeld, Ind. (April 21, 2021) – Fibertech, Inc. – an industry-leading manufacturer of high-quality, custom-engineered, rotational-molded plastic products including bulk containers, plastic pallets, plastic lockers, and more – is pleased to announce the recent addition of a Rotoline 260 press to its state-of-the-art facility, located at 11744 Blue Bell Road in Elberfeld, Indiana. The addition of this new machine will necessitate additional staff, so Fibertech will be adding 10 additional full-time employees to the team. “We are committed to investing in the latest technological advancements in order to meet and... Read More About This

Plastics Innovation and Resource Center

Roto Dynamics is excited to be participating in this year’s “Hands-on Rotational Molding Workshop” held at the Pennsylvania College of Technology. This two day seminar is presented by Paul Nugent, Jerry Ramsey and PIRC staff. The event is sure to be packed full of useful theoretical and hands-on training exercises. Since 2000, the Penn State rotational molding center has been in existence and offering technical research assistance and hands on resources to the North American rotomolding community. Partnering with the Association of Rotational molders (ARM) and Society of plastic engineers... Read More About This