Case Study: Tight Tolerances

Case Study: The plumbing industry requires tight dimensional tolerances – the structural foam process delivers. Since there are multiple injection points, and cavity pressures are less than 500 psi in most cases, there is little to no internal stress molded into the...

Case Study: Recycled Material Usage

Case Study: Our customer needed a heavy-duty tote box, but also required a green solution to reduce their overall carbon footprint. We were able to deliver a product made from 100% post-consumer recycled plastic, that in itself is 100% recyclable, while maintaining a...

Case Study: Multiple Tools & Family Molds

Case Study: We needed to simplify the manufacture of above-ground pool equipment for the customer. With a combination of multi-cavity family tools (there’s six tools that run all together), all the parts come out in one shot. Unique Feature: 23 parts – same time same...

Case Study: Large Parts

Case Study: The customer required a nestable box that could be buried in the ground to provide access to utility equipment. The part is 45” x 55” x 42” high, with equipment mounts on the inside, and weighs 80 lbs. This is all accomplished in one shot in a low-cost...

Case Study: Reduced Part Weight

Case Study: The customer needed to replace a fleet of steel dunnage units. This was accomplished using the foam process while maintaining excellent strength to weight ratio. The result was a lower cost product that had almost no maintenance. Unique Features: Large...