• Background


  • What is blow molding?

    Blow molding is the process of forming a molten tube (referred to as the parison or preform) of thermoplastic material (polymer or resin) and placing the parison or preform within a mold cavity and inflating the tube with compressed air, to take the shape of the cavity and cool the part before re...
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    ADVANTAGES OF IMD & IML The in-mold decorating (IMD) and in-mold labeling (IML) technology enables design flexibility and productivity advantages over traditional post-molding labeling and decorating technologies, including use of multiple colors, effects and textures in a single operatio...
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  • What is Compression Molding?

    Compression Molding Compression molding is the process of molding in which a preheated polymer is placed into an open, heated mold cavity. The mold is then closed with a top plug and compressed in order to have the material contact all areas of the mold. This process is able to produce parts with...
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  • Insert Injection Molding

    What is Injection Molding Insert injection molding is the process of molding or forming plastic parts around other, non-plastic parts, or inserts. The inserted component is most commonly a simple object, such as a thread or rod, but in some cases, inserts can be as complex as a battery or motor. ...
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  • Two Shot Injection Molding

    What Is Two Shot Injection Molding? Producing two color or two components injected molded parts from two different thermoplastic materials in one process, quickly and efficiently: Two-shot plastic injection molding, co-injection, 2-color and multi-component molding are all variations of an advanc...
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  • Meeting with CEO of Aktivax

    Meeting with CEO of Aktivax

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