TOOL DESIGN 1
Injection molding is the preferred method for manufacturing plastic parts. But to have a good part, you first must have a good mold. Laszeray’s team of engineers will ensure the mold design and selected material are optimized for injection molding. Once a product’s design has been conceptualized, rapid prototyping provides customers a full-scale prototype of the product within hours. This can be achieved by 3D printing or initial production tooling capable of producing low-volume production runs. These capabilities allow customers to quickly and fully evaluate the function and appearance of their new product’s design and increase speed to market.
Once the product design is approved, we move on to designing the mold, making sure the mold flow analysis is optimal. We offer quick turnaround and maximum versatility by building your tooling either in-house or through our global network of partners. Additionally, on-site repair and maintenance of customer tooling eliminates distractions that may be caused by outside vendors. Laszeray provides turn-key solutions.
LASZERAY’S CAPABILITIES INCLUDE:
Injection Mold Design
A wide range of factors influence mold design including the quantity of the product being produced and the types of materials being molded, as well as the type of mold itself – one that produces multiple or single products per cycle.
Rapid prototyping is a combination of techniques used to quickly create a model of a part using CAD data, construction of the part can be achieved with CNC milling technology with 3D printing additive layer manufacturing.
Machine tooling is the process of shaping or machining metals or other rigid materials by cutting, grinding, shearing, boring and other forms of material deformation or removal.
Injection Mold Manufacturing
Injection mold dies can be manufactured from a variety of materials, ranging from aluminum to hardened steel. Typically, the durability and related expense of the mold directly relates to the production quantity of the components produced.