GRP Simulator Screens

Custom Mouldings are renowned for our exceptional GRP simulator screen manufacturing and installation services: we’re the ‘go to’ partner for organisations around the world. From London to Germany, Rome to Langkawi, our highly skilled team provides bespoke screens and domes, crafted to design specifications for an exciting client base.


What We Offer

GRP Simulator Screens

Our GRP simulator screen and dome solutions can be customised for:

  • GRP Spherical and Cylindrical Simulator Screens
  • F1 Driving Simulator Screens
  • Driver training Simulator Screens
  • Navy training simulator screens
  • Theme Park Immersive tunnel simulator screens
  • Hemispherical GRP Domes

Powerful Simulator Screens

GRP (glass-reinforced plastic) simulator screens are used in a variety of applications to create immersive experiences, such as simulations or virtual reality environments. These screens are made from a combination of glass fibres and plastic resin, which makes them strong and durable while also being lightweight.

One of the main benefits of using a GRP simulator screen is the wide field of view that it provides. The screen can be made in various sizes and shapes to fit the specific needs of the application, and it allows users to look in any direction and see the simulated environment around them. This can help to create a more immersive and realistic experience, as it allows users to feel like they are truely “inside” the simulation.

Simulate True Experiences

GRP simulator screens are often used in military training simulations, aviation simulators, and other applications where realism and accuracy are important. They are also popular for use in observatories and planetariums, where the clear, unobstructed view provided by the screen allows for an unparalleled viewing experience of the night sky or other visual displays.

Overall, GRP simulator screens are a versatile and effective tool for creating immersive experiences and environments, and are used in a wide range of applications where realism and accuracy are important.