(Infographic) The Benefits of Using Thermoforming for EV Applications

Posted by John Appel on Wed, Oct 2, 2019

Are you fighting to compete in the fast-growing electric vehicle market? If so, you know how competitive the market is. Manufacturers are constantly developing new and improved parts to increase their share. If you don’t keep up, you could lose share and fall behind the competition.

One of the most competitive areas in the EV market is in the battery space. Of course, this makes sense since the battery is perhaps the most top-of-mind component in an electric vehicle.

It’s not just the battery that’s important, though. The battery module containment insulator also plays a crucial role. It not only protects the battery from damage, but it also protects other EV components from the battery itself. As a manufacturer, your battery module containment insulator can make or break your product’s overall quality.

Historically, injection molding has been the default manufacturing process for a wide range of plastic automotive parts, including battery module containment insulators. However, injection molding isn’t the only option. 

The Benefits of Using Thermoforming for Electric Vehicle Applications


Think thermoforming might be right for your automotive EV application? Deufol can help you design and produce high-quality, cost-effective battery module containment insulator that can keep you ahead of the competition. Let’s connect soon, and start the conversation. deufol-bullet-color

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