Our Vacuum Forming Services

We Vacuum Form products for a wide variety of requirements. From industrial transit packaging, engineering formings, point of sale and custom enclosures and fascias to safety products.

This is thanks to our factory, which houses the finest equipment, operated by a highly skilled workforce.

In addition, our CNC Routers allow for 5 axis machining on vac formed parts for greater consistency.

We’re also an environmentally aware company. Committed to using recycled materials when suitable. This and carefully considered manufacturing allows us to reduce our overheads for a competitive edge.

Got a project you’d like to discuss? Existing supplier let you down? Get in touch, we’ll save the day! Call us on 01494 461 561 or email us at INFO@MHP-UK.COM


Below are some of the exciting projects we’ve been a part of.

Vacuum formed cover

Vacuum formed enclosure

Vacuum formed casing

Vac formed product

The Team at MHP were brilliant. Top quality products for a great price with a quick turn around. I would certainly recommend their services. Thanks so much guys, great work!

Mark Jance / Managing Director

We urgently needed some vacuum moulds for some vehicle fascias after our existing supplier let us down. We contacted MHP after finding them on Google and they really came through. Can’t thank them enough!

Gary Stevens / Design Team Manager

We were looking for a safety solution using high quality materials, for a global event. The MHP team really came through and exceeded durability tests. Products were delivered on time. Awesome Stuff guys!

Steph Price / Product Manager

If you have a concept for a new product you would like to discuss or a situation where your existing supplier has let you down. Get in touch with MHP Industries, we deliver results and save the day! Call 01494 461 561

Plastic Vacuum Forming

Understanding Vacuum Forming

The Vacuum process involves heating a plastic sheet until soft. Compressed air is then blown into the chamber forcing the material into a bubble shape. This pre-stretches the plastic for better distribution, and then the mould is raised.

Subsequently, a vacuum is then applied, sucking the sheet onto the mould. Following that the sheet is then cooled using fans and when cool enough, it’s ejected from the mould using compressed air.

In its advanced form, the vacuum forming process utilises pneumatic operating cores to remove undercuts. This improves the level of detail.

Download our vacuum forming guide

Got a project?

Ping over your files so we can take a look. We accept most CAD formats though the IGES format is preferred. Our friendly team can then advise on your options and the next steps.