thermoform

[thur-muh-fawrm]
verb (used with object)
to shape (especially plastic) by the use of heat and pressure.

Origin:
1955–60; thermo- + form

thermoformable, adjective
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At the same time, thermoform plastics became available for the rapid production of check sockets.
The input for thermoform- ing processes is foam sheet or film produced by extrusion, calendering, or casting processes.
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