Monthly Archives - April 2017

Lifetime Warranty on Injection Mold Tools

When we manufacture a production mold tool for your custom plastic injection molding project, we provide you with a lifetime mold warranty. As long as we are producing your plastic parts, we will maintain your mold at our expense, for the life of the tool. If your mold should require any maintenance or repairs whatsoever, we will take care of it at no cost to you. Even if it needs replaced entirely, we will do that at no charge. The lifetime [...]

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Instant Quotes, Plus Real-Time Change Updates

Our online quotation system gives you INSTANT quotes for your custom plastic injection molding or CNC machined prototype project. One big advantage is that the quote system is interactive. If you change options like part quantity or material, you can see instantly, in real time, how the change will affect the piece price of your quote. Register today to request an instant quote for your next plastic injection molding project.

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An Export Mold By Any Other Name

Export mold. That’s what we call an injection mold tool that we build in China and ship somewhere else. When we build a plastic injection molding tool for a customer, the customer owns the tool because they paid for it, but it usually stays in our manufacturing plant in China so we can run parts for the customer whenever they need them. However, sometimes the customer wants us to send the mold over here to the United States so they [...]

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An Export Mold By Any Other Name

Export mold. That’s what we call an injection mold tool that we build in China and ship somewhere else. When we build a plastic injection molding tool for a customer, the customer owns the tool because they paid for it, but it usually stays in our manufacturing plant in China so we can run parts for the customer whenever they need them. However, sometimes the customer wants us to send the mold over here to the United States so they [...]

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From 3D Printed Prototype to Production Parts

Depending on the circumstances of your custom plastic parts project, one production method may offer advantages over another for your initial prototype. A 3D printed prototype may work best, or a CNC machined part might be the best choice. You may want us to CNC machine your prototype because you need to test the physical properties of the specific material you’ll be using in production, and the material is available for CNC machining but not for 3D printing. On the other [...]

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