Custom Injection Molding
Roland has been developing award-winning products using custom plastic injection molding methods for over 10 years. Our extensive experience and continuous advancement incorporating the latest technology and techniques allows us to create successful products at the highest value for our customers. Plastic injection molding is the most commonly used manufacturing process for the fabrication of plastic parts because it enables the development of a wide variety of products that can vary greatly in size, complexity, and application. Several types of custom plastic injection molding processes are used to achieve desired product characteristics including scientific molding, insert molding, over-molding, gas assist molding and plating.
Our broad range of computer software engineering capabilities includes tools that aid in plastic parts development through electronic design, simulation, validation, and optimization. Plastic Parts, Inc. can assist you at any level of your product design starting with anything from a rough sketch to a prototype. We maintain a strict policy of customer confidentiality at all times.
Computer Aided Design (CAD)
Detailed product architecture is achieved with various high tech Computer Aided Design (CAD) programs. Utilizing SolidWorks modeling, a crude idea can be formed into a working product and streamlined for injection molding and assembly. Computer-aided design provides the ability to see how a product will appear and function, before tool construction begins. We have the ability to import files from other programs using feature generation software.
Computer Aided Engineering (CAE)
Computer-aided engineering (CAE) is the process of solving engineering problems through the use of sophisticated, interactive software. CAE allows us to use mold-flow analysis, a method that utilizes a set of algorithms to define manufacturing processes, offering more computations than is possible by hand, especially when used with optimization systems. After part designs have been generated, they are transmitted via DNC transmission to one of our state of-the-art CNC machining centers operated by experienced programmers to accurately transform your product design into reality.
Material Selection Assistance
Our broad knowledge of engineering materials allows us to assist you in the selection of the best resin materials for your project. From basic polypropylene to engineering-grade ABS and polycarbonate, our team works closely with our resin suppliers to help you determine the most effective material for your product, at the right price.