Injection molders today are using sophisticated, automated equipment aimed at molding high quality products with lean processes. Automated auxiliary equipment is used to provide consistency in a process while reducing cycle times. Each injection molder’s shop environment is different, and some equipment must be custom designed to work together.
An injection mold designer must be aware of the molding environment in which the mold will run, which includes the type of press, any auxiliary equipment used in the molding process and the location of tie bars and cooling lines. This information is vital to a proper mold design to ensure that nothing will interfere with installation or operation of the mold.
Some Automated equipment that injection molders use are vacuum conveying systems, sprue pickers, robotic arms and conveyors, computerized quality inspection and rejection procedures, and automated packing procedures.
As any molder knows, reducing cycle time provides cost saving efficiencies that equate to increased profits to the bottom line. Be sure to share with your mold designer any custom design requirements unique to your molding situation.
Michiana Global Mold is experienced with the most challenging of mold designs requiring tight geometric tolerances with critical dimensions. We construct molds used for any environment, with custom designed solutions provided with Unigraphics CAD/CAM Software, and Mold Flow Analysis if required.
We are an ISO Registered mold making facility following a strict quality policy in all aspects of injection mold design and construction. Michiana Global Mold has been a valuable supplier to many supply chains including to the Automotive industry for over 50 years. We employ a highly knowledgeable and experienced staff, with skilled designers and journeyman mold makers.
Michiana Global Mold has in-depth knowledge designing and manufacturing injection molds that meet tight geometric tolerances. Contact us today for a FREE design consultation and to learn how we can assist with all of your injection mold requirements.