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Congratulations to Jerry Jackson, celebrating his 62nd year in the plastics industry. Jerry began working for Southwestern Machinery, the company who made the Crown Mold Master, in 1947. The Crown Mold Master was one of the first injection molding machines …Continue reading →
Much like injection molding, extruded parts are used in numerous applications we use every day. The molding and decorative trim in your home, window and picture frames, channels for sliding windows and doors, thresholds we step over, gaskets we depend on for sealing are but a fraction of uses for extruded parts.
Everywhere you look you are probably able to see injection molded parts. This process has allowed most industries to manufacture goods quickly and economically. From razors and toothbrushes in the morning to your bedside light and TV you turn off before bed you are most likely using injection molded parts.
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In the past, the luxury of reasonably priced and functional prototype parts or fragile SLA’s was unheard of. Now, due to new 3D printing technology, accurate and functional prototype parts are available! This technology can also be used for small quantity production; saving you the cost of “tooling up” to meet your needs.
This process allows us to make panels, trays, containers, special packaging, cases, recreational vehicle body’s, fenders and covers, industrial electronics protective enclosures, boat hulls and decks, large and small stock or parts organizers lend themselves to this process, making many more products less expensive.
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