Moulding of Plastic Materials
The injection moulding process consists in the melting of the material in a granule form and injecting it into a mould that contains the shape. Once cooled, the work piece is removed by ejectors and picked by an operator or robot.
We are also able to perform overmoulding: this is a technique that involves the melting of thermoplastic material inside a steel or aluminium mould in which a plastic element (previously moulded) has already been inserted. Basically we obtain a sort of "bonding" between the two materials, even if they are different in nature.
It is also possible to include steel/brass/plastic inserts during the moulding phase.
Quality and accuracy characterise every phase of the process.