Thermoforming is a process in which sheets of synthetic material are first heated and then shaped into the desired shape using various pulling, stretching and bending techniques.

In thermoforming, the plastic material is heated to the point of softening, and then this material is stretched over the model, where a vacuum is present, which ensures the correct formation of the product. This process makes it possible to make a variety of products using heat and a pre-made model. The plastic material is heated to a high enough temperature that it can be stretched onto the model. It is then cooled into its final form.

The applications of thermoforming are broad and are used in various industries, from packaging to the automotive industry. Due to its efficiency and flexibility, this technology has become an important part of the production of plastic products.