What’s That?: Rotomolded Utility Cart Door

The sickness strikes again… I’m walking on NC State campus and notice a utility cart used the landscaping crew has… The doors catch my attention because while the entire cart looks nice enough, the doors have a bit ‘o styling that I would expect in a product like this. Anything too flashy or complicated wouldn’t be appropriate for a cart intended to haul dirt or recently-killed wildlife…

BANG! It’s a rotomolded door.

So here’s a reasonably decent-sized part that’s both rugged (that plastic can take a lickin’ without any dents), functional (it can get cold and rainy in NC, you know) and has a bit of style (checkout those Batman-esque details at the bottom). The doors help to elevate the aesthetics of what might otherwise be a hum drum utility cart.

Stay tuned for more materials and processes sightings in the wild…


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