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Of the three most common thermoforming processes (Drape Forming, Vacuum Forming, and Pressure Forming), Pressure Forming is the most advanced, using an additional 3 – 5 atmospheres of pressure. With this thermoforming process, we can achieve tight, crisp features, such as radii, embossed texture, and undercuts. Pressure thermoforming is the ideal process for instrument and medical device enclosures, or most applications where design detail is important. If your project requires more structure and/or formed detail features on both sides, then we would steer you to the most advanced, technical thermoform process, Twin Sheet Thermoforming.