All-Plastics focuses on zero defects by providing premier precision injection molding for high liability componentry. By utilizing scientific decoupled molding techniques, documented process controls and automation, we are able to provide high quality products at a low cost.
Double Injection Mold
Double injection molding is a process of producing parts with two different polymers or two different colors during single operation. The process starts with injecting the melt into primary cavity. Then the cavity plate rotates by 180 degree or the primary molding is moved to the secondary cavity. Finally the second color or a different polymer is injected into secondary cavity to fill the space between primary molding and secondary cavity.
Overmolding is a process which combines two or more molded plastic or elastomer parts into a single finished product. In the overmolding process, the base layer part is molded first, then the additional plastic layer(s) are molded over and around the original part. A common example of overmolding is a toothbrush with a stiff frame and rubberized grips on the handle.
Insert molding manufacturing process combines metal and plastic, ceramics, or multiple combinations of materials, components and plastic into a single unit. The inserted component is most commonly a simple object, such as a knife blade or surgical tube, but in some cases inserts can be as complex as a battery or motor.
Unscrewing molding is a unique injection molding process with mold technology that includes movement and rotation to produce threaded components. Some plastic parts such as caps and closures with detailed threads cannot be removed using standard knock-off methods. After they are molded, parts need to be carefully unscrewed from mold to avoid damaging the threads.
Gas Assisted Mold
Gas assist injection molding (GAIM) is a low pressure process that requires the injection of pressurized nitrogen gas into the interior of a mold. The gas flows through strategically placed gas channels to displace the material in the thick areas of the part by forming hollow sections. The process is especially ideal for large handles, equipment covers, doors, bezels, plastic lawn chairs, cabinets and skins.
Large Size Mold
Very large moldings, and in particular those with thick cross sections, require extremely specialized heavy duty presses, unique rubber formulations and highly specific production techniques and methodologies. Experience in the unique material compounding techniques is required for the molding of very large articles.
Multi Cavity Mold
A mold with multiple cavities of the same part that is typically used to reduce piece-part pricing for higher volume parts. Multi-cavity molds are particularly economical in mass production of high quality components. If you want more than tens of thousands of parts per month, then a Multi-Cavity Mold is for you. What you are really buying is machine time. So the less machine time it takes to mold your parts, the less your parts will cost.
Die Casting Parts
Die casting is a manufacturing process for producing accurately dimensioned, sharply defined, smooth or textured-surface metal parts. It is accomplished by forcing molten metal under high pressure into reusable metal dies. The process is often described as the shortest distance between raw material and finished product. ‘Die casting’ is called ‘pressure die casting’ in Europe.
Automotive injection molding has enhanced the auto industry for decades now, and for good reason. Injection molding provides consistency, high volume and low cost. Converting parts to plastic material can help drive down costs, maintain part strength and at the same time reduce weight over metal parts, which leads to increased fuel efficiency for cars.
Home appliances are electrical/mechanical machines which accomplish some household functions, such as cooling/heating, cooking or cleaning. Examples: Coffee machines, refrigerators with complete equipment, including freezer drawers, balconies, components for boards, panels, pumps, connectors, nozzles, applications in special high performance injection materials, e.g. Grivory, Peek, others.
Office Appliance consists of stationery as well as the machines present in the office. Stationery are the products that used daily by the employees like staplers, gum, notebook, pins, pen, clip, markers etc. whereas, machines are the big costly instruments used by employees like Xerox machine, printer, scanner, pen drive, monitor, computer, table, chair etc.
Telecommunications Tools (also telecoms equipment) is hardware used for the purposes of telecommunications. Examples: Switches, Modems, Mobile phones, Landline telephones, Answering machines, Teleprinters, Fax machines, Routers. Finding the right manufacturer to produce quality telecommunications plastic injection molding products can sometimes be a challenge.
Medical plastic molding has revolutionized the healthcare industry by giving both researchers and doctors equipment that is safe, sterile and disposable. The result has been a drop in many medical costs and greater patient care. Medical professionals are better able to prevent diseases from spreading. The medical device plastic injection molding process is ideal for producing low to high volumes of the same component.
Commodity plastics are plastics that are used in high volume and wide range of applications, such as film for packaging, clothing, beverage and trash containers and a variety of household products where mechanical properties and service environments are not critical. The range of products includes Plates, Cups, Carrying Trays, Medical Trays, Containers, Seeding Trays, Printed Material and other disposable items.
Inserts are parts of the mold that are created separately from the mold cavity block. Inserts are inserted in the block to achieve a desired cavity shape or cooling effect. An insert will only assist heat transfer if a cooling channel is located in or near the insert. Inserts can be used to modify the rate of cooling in specific areas of the mold.
Machining is the fastest, most economical way to produce a finished technical plastic component – particularly for small production runs. Plastic injection molding creates precision thermoplastic parts to mold exact shapes and features for use in any application. Engineers, designers, machinists, and production coordinators all played critical roles in the success of a project.
A fixture is a work-holding or support device used in the manufacturing industry. Fixtures are used to securely locate and support the work during a subsequent process such as machining, sawing, grinding, straightening and inspecting.Fixtures also allow for a higher degree of operator safety by reducing the concentration and effort required to hold a piece steady.