We provide precision laser services for the fabrication of plastic, metal, and wooden commercial products. Using state-of-the-art technology, we produce precision-cut products whose machining tolerances are as accurate as +/- .002 inches.

Our business approach has focused on meeting the fabrication needs of customers. Since 1982, we have crafted solutions to their product specifications and manufacturing requirements. Our technical expertise is unsurpassed; our plastics inventory is one of the largest in the Northeast.

Unsurpassed Technical Expertise

We love a challenge. Let our in-house consultants work with you to solve your toughest application and identify the right product for the application or job. There is no job to big or to small that we wouldn’t enjoy lending our years of experience and expertise to get an excellent end result.

Ease of Machining

Laser cutting is a forceless process; there is no tool contact, and we do not need hold down clamps and fixtures to set up and machine parts. With our vast selection of machines we have the ability to cut many different materials to include metals woods and plastics.

Testimonials

Vermont Plastic Specialties is quality oriented. They provide us with important technical information, helping us to solve some of our application problems. Whenever we have questions, they are willing to go the extra mile to get the answers.

Matt Kurtz, Quality Engineering, B.F. Goodrich

Working with Vermont Plastic Specialties has been a very special experience. Their quality control and experts not only came up with solutions to problems, but they actually got involved in our long-range planning process. Your just don’t get this kind of service from most companies these days.

Del Wisehart, Model Shop, IBM Corporation

Vermont Plastic’s knowledge of plastics is tremendous. And, they always provide the material we need, something that other plastic distributors were unable to do. They have also helped us to save money by providing invaluable technical information.

Dave White, IBM Tooling Project, Engelberth Corporation