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Engineering Materials

Production

Improving on a part includes improving how it is produced. Whether we are helping you improve the production process itself, or reducing and eliminating secondary operations, we support you through the entire process.

Supporting you through the process

Improving on a part includes improving how it is produced. Whether we are helping you improve the production process itself, or reducing and eliminating secondary operations, we support you through the entire process.

Our team has developed specific expertise in the following areas:

  • Processing and shaping for parts and components produced via injection molding, blow molding and extrusion, including processing guidelines, recommendations for production equipment, material handling and drying recommendations, and material safety datasets
  • Predicting the processing behavior of our grades via computer simulations to support tool design, and solving processing issues
  • Welding and gluing to ensure tight bonding that meets the requirements for the application, including guidance on secondary operations and after-treatments
  • Painting, printing and laser-marking to ensure your parts looks the way you expect

We work closely with customers to ensure their parts are produced in a way that achieves efficiencies, in both cost and cycle times. Contact us today to discuss how we can help you address your biggest production challenges.

More Production

  • Processing & shaping

    Designing an innovative part is only one step in the process. Once you have the part design and the material grade selected, and you have successfully manufactured the part in the lab, you need to roll it out for commercial production.

  • Welding & glueing

    New part designs made from engineering plastics are often able to bypass or reduce the number of secondary processing steps.

  • Painting & printing

    While many new parts designed to be manufactured from engineering plastics can bypass or reduce the number of secondary processing steps, some parts still require operations such as painting and printing.

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