We exceed our customer’s expectations by providing thermoformed parts that meet specifications, are shipped on time, and are competitively priced. Our commitment is to go the “extra mile” from design through production of our thermoformed parts and delivery to ensure customers have what they need, when they need it.


Our people come from a wide diversity and all have what it takes to work together to make sure our customers receive the best service and thermoformed parts.


Mayfield has CAD/CAM systems available to better interface and communicate with our customers. We are able to accept files in the following formats:

  • A fully trimmed surface .IGS file
  • A two-dimensional .DXF file
  • A Pro/Engineer neutral file
  • Any “Solid Works” file with a .PRT, .ASM, .STP or .DRW extension

It is important that the image we receive be fully trimmed, complete, and accurate. Control drawings with all important dimensions for inspection purposes are recommended.


  • We will perform defect-free work for our customers while satisfying any special need or requirement.
  • We will continually strive to deliver top quality thermoformed parts on time and at a competitive price.
  • We will provide clearly-stated job requirements allowing each of us to do the job correctly the first time.
What products does your business sell?
thermoforming, medical thermoforming
What percent of products that this business sells are 100% American made?
What products does your business sell that are NOT American Made?
custom thermoforming, medical thermoforming,highly quality custom thermoforming products,thermoformed medical devices, custom plastic radomes, custom thermoformed plastic enclosures , plastic panels,custom thermoforming,vacuum,forming,Pressure forming,Twin Sheet pressure forming, thermoformed plastics parts,heavy gauge thermoforming, ACRYLIC, HDPE, LPPE, PP, PVC, PETG,  polycarbonates,,Medical Equipment covers,Sidewalls, user interface panels,Bezels and enclosures,Internal components,Work-in-progress trays,Hospital room panels,Thermoformed medical enclosures,Thermoformed medical panels,Thermoformed medical components,Equipment covers,Sidewalls, user interface panels,Bezels and enclosures,Internal components,Work-in-progress trays,Hospital room panels,RVs,Yachts,Military aircraft,Commercial aircraft,Ground-based operations,User interfaces,Bezels,Enclosures,Plastic housings,Panels,Bins, totes and bases,Office furniture and interior panels,Plastic enclosures for fitness equipment,Underground pipe supports and housings,Domes and panels for a variety of industries,Marine vehicle parts,Transportation components, plastic covers








  • Lower tooling cost
  • Different material thicknesses
  • Improved structural rigidity
  • Ability to form hollow or foam-filled parts or parts with components within
  • Two-color product option available
  • Improved aesthetics due to tool contact on both sides
  • Detailed, clean outside part and a ribbed inside
  • Formable in multiple materials and sizes


  • Large doors,
  • Component panels,
  • Shrouds & base covers,
  • Equipment enclosures,
  • Pallets,
  • Cases,
  • Dual walled flooring,
  • Hinges,
  • Containers,

Advantages of pressure forming include:

  • Lower cost tooling than injection molding (less than 1/3 injection molding cost)
  • More cost effective for moderate quantities (300 – 5,000)
  • Able to form very large parts
  • Able to form parts with fine cosmetic or functional details, such as vents or louvers
  • Able to confirm to stringent tolerances
  • Rapid prototyping and quick time to market

Some of the materials most commonly utilized in plastic pressure forming are as follows:

  • ABS – impact resistant, available in a variety of colors, textures, flame retardant grades
  • PC – impact & high temperature resistant
  • HDPE – inexpensive; impact, chemical and cold temperature resistant
  • TPO – good durability, impact resistant
  • HIPS – cost effective, available in a variety of colors
  • PVC – impact resistant, available in a variety of colors, textures, flame retardant grades

Materials most frequently used in vacuum forming are

  • ABS – very common, available in a variety of colors and textures and flame retardant grades (UL94-V0), good impact resistance
  • PC – good impact resistance and resistance to high temperatures
  • HDPE – impact, chemical and cold temperature resistant; cost effective
  • TPO – durable and impact resistant, available in high gloss finish
  • HIPS – low cost, available in a variety of colors & easy to form
  • PVC – available in flame retardant, in a range of colors & textures, rigid and impact resistant