We produce steel and aluminum molds for a variety of end purposes. Injection mold making is the best process for producing a large volume of parts. The process involves injecting molten material into a mold to turn it into a solid-state. Our state-of-the-art molding machines use coolant to flow in and around the mold to help solidify the parts into shape.
Once cooled, the part is ejected and the process can begin again. This efficiency is what makes the injection molding process so appealing to our partners. Injection molding allows us to produce a wide range of end products for our customers. Our experts have the ability to mold critical and intricate parts for your prototypes. Tighter tolerances can also be requested.
One of the most critical parts of the mold making process involves the fitting and assembly portion of production. This allows us to put your mold together to ensure it’s functioning and working properly. Mold assembly requires comprehensive understanding of the injection molding process, along with complete knowledge of mold structure.
Before assembling each mold, our experts check and verify all components. It’s critical to make sure all surfaces are polished accordingly to avoid any de-molding issues. The assembly process also allows our experts to check all sharp edges, verify mold gate and runner sizes and ensure all part surfaces are properly vented.
We do work on even the most complex of molds. We work side-by-side with our clients and their production schedules to completely accommodate any maintenance needs they may have. With these parts, timing is key. We can proactively work around your shutdown times to get your parts up and running again.
Our dedicated staff has the ability to take their knowledge directly to the problem for on-site repair and maintenance. Our experts have in-depth experience when it comes to the mold process, creating specialized skills and the chance of zero mistakes during disassembly and reassembly.
|Aluminum 5052||Copper 101||Stainless Steel 301|
|Aluminum 6061||Copper 260 (Brass)||Stainless Steel 304|
|Copper C110||Stainless Steel 316/316L|
|Steel, Low Carbon|