Over the years we’ve manufactured a huge spectrum of products ranging from simple water floats through to highly complex products requiring significant levels of expertise such as an anti-tank missile case for the army.
Why choose Excelsior?
We offer something a little different to other moulders. Not only do we have our own in-house sheet steel tooling company, we also offer a full design, tooling and production package and can project manage everything for you – from initial design concepts through to product sample approval, leave the hard work to us! Unlike some moulders, we also offer in-house CAD design using the latest software to create products that our customers are completely satisfied with, regardless of the number of tweaks required.
We are also family owned and run, we’re not flashy and we don’t make promises that we can’t keep. Our sole aim is to produce mouldings that meet design criteria and stand the test of time.
Imagine being able to show your clients and colleagues a prototype of your design before the tooling has even been started!
3D printing is the process of making a three-dimensional solid object of virtually any shape from a digital model. It is achieved using an additive process, where successive layers of material are laid down in different shapes.
Excelsior works closely with 3D printers who can manufacture any part from CAD software provided by us. So even if your product is large, it can be printed in sections and built so you can see exactly what the finished article will look like before you invest in expensive tooling.
Why Roto Moulding?
Rotational moulding is an extremely versatile process for the manufacture of a vast range of plastic products and components. We use it to create our own products and we also use it to bring our customers’ plastic products to life.
More and more businesses choose rotational moulding to produce their moulded plastic parts because it’s often the most cost-effective, consistent and flexible process for small to medium sized batch runs.
Find out more about the Roto Moulding Process here.