Rotational Molding Product Design | Engineering Services

Rotomold Design & Engineering Support

Elkhart Plastic’s experienced design and engineering team assists new and current customers to ensure your product is designed for rotomolding. When you choose us as your rotomolding partner, we become an extension of your team. Our design and engineering staff will work with you directly to fully understand your unique requirements. Then, we’ll create innovative solutions to ensure your project is completed effectively and efficiently. 

No project is too complex nor too simple for Elkhart Plastics design engineers. 

Our design and engineering team collectively has more than 100 years of experience in engineering for rotational molding. Each member of the engineering team has an extensive background ranging from experience in chemistry and rotational molding to product design, and more. You can count on our expertise to assist your team with a design that is both innovative and cost effective.

Committed to Innovation

At Elkhart Plastics, we view the pursuit of automation and technologies as a complement to craftsmanship. Our implementation of manufacturing execution systems maximizes employee potential and improves product quality. We take opportunities to invest in machines and processes that will help our team and our customers.

Rotational Molding Product Design and Engineering

Convert your parts to Rotomold

If you’re currently using another manufacturing process, we will help you make the switch to rotomolding. Many of our customers were previously manufacturing their parts with fiberglass, sheet metal, wood, blow molding, and other processes. Customers often find rotomolding as a more cost-effective method offering superior quality. Learn more about converting to rotomolding. 

Material Selection

As part of the design and engineering process, our team will recommend the best material for your use case. The most common material used for rotomolding is high-density polyethylene (HDPE) and linear low-density polyethylene (LLDPE). Colors can be compounded or dry blended. Other materials frequently used include cross-linked polyethylene, nylons, and polypropylene. Learn more about material selection.