Sorry, I meant injection molding not thermoforming.
I'm wary that the fluorine is present in a form that would attack the
tool steel used in the die more readily than when molding other
polymers. That might mean that the tool would wear more quickly and
need rework/replacement more often than one would suspect.
You correct in assuming that the flourine will certainly wear out your
injection molding tooling. You might want to look into Hastalloy or any
of the other exotic metals will be better for tooling.
You might want to try an industry expert in Plastic Injection Molding
like RTC located in St Paul, MN http://rtcincmn.com/RTCINC/newindex.htm
at (651) 450-7400
Best of luck,
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