Plastic engineering & manufacturing specialists - Fabrication & design - Cut to size service - Welding & Repairs - Prototyping
Plasticut is an Australian owned & operated company providing plastic fabrication, repairs, design and engineering services. Proudly family-owned since 1978, Plasticut has earned a strong reputation for dependability, ingenuity, and high quality products. We operate from our large industrial premises in the northern suburbs of Melbourne, servicing local, interstate & international clients.
Plastic Engineering & Manufacturing
Plasticut has professional CAD and CAM capabilities and a team with strong engineering skills. We have the experience to assist or completely develop any idea into a prototype for production. With plastic welding, machining & turning, cut to size, fabrication, as well as a friendly & professional attitude, Plasticut is a solution for any plastic engineering project. Our in-house design team has a suite of computer aided design & manufacturing programs & techniques to ensure accurate results.
Plastic Fabrication & Design
Our Campbellfiellld workshop is home to our expert design & fabrication team, where we service a wide range of industrial, engineering, manufacturing & domestic uses. We achieve customer satisfaction with our acrylic fabrication & point of sale displays, welding of custom tanks & liners, & industrial fabrication for the mining industry. We service marine applications, oil & gas, chemical processing, materials handling, sign writers, food, the health & pharmaceutical sector to name a few.
Cut to Size - Plastic Welding - Repairs - Prototyping
At Plasticut, no job is too big or small. We offer a cut to size service on rod, sheet & tube. We have the capabilities for one off items or large production runs. We provide production support & repairs to all industries and prioritise repairs for customers who need a quick turnaround. We can also reverse engineer components that are no longer available. Plasticut's design team is experienced with assisting or developing an idea into a prototype.