Welcome Them Back: Cheap PennySkateboardsFirst made available in the 1970s, thelightweight plastic board has returned. It now comes from a factory in Australia. Aman named Ben McKay has founded acompany that produces and sells PennySkateboards.Boarders the world over welcome the arrival of the boarding gear from downunder. Environmentalists praise the fact that each of those boards helps tounderline the fun uses for organic plastics. Moreover, no tree must be cut down, in order to provide the top for a set of four wheels. A process known as plastic injection molding permits the manufacture of cheap penny skateboards.That process relies on utilization of a ram or ascrew type plunger. It forces a molten material into a cavity. While productionof that cavity or mold is expensive, a single mold can be used for the massproduction of a product. In this case, that product features a set of four smallwheels.The designers of the penny skateboards enjoy the ability to select from a widerange of materials. All types of thermoplastics can be injected into a moldusing a plunger. That includes materials such as nylon, polyethylene,polystyrene and polyurethane. The latter material is the one used to make thewheels for a cheaper skateboard. An online examination of the available boards reveals just how colorful thoseitems can be. The flat surface that is part of each of them can be either blue,green, orange, pink, purple or red, if a customer prefers something moredaring than the traditional black
or white. The wheels’ hue does not alwaysmatch with the board’s color. In fact, the injection process permits the
creation of some interesting wheels.