Insert Molding Services combine molding and stamping.
September 2, 2009 -
Using fully automated and manually loaded multi-cavity systems, Insert Molding Services incorporate variety of components such as complex metal stampings, cast metal and screw machine parts, contacts, screws, and nuts into plastic to create finished component or assembly. Integrated processes enable reel-to-reel insert molded parts to be assembled and then over-molded. Complex sensoring and vision systems ensure mold safety and product quality.
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Weiss-Aug Co., Inc.
220 Merry Lane
East Hanover, NJ, 07936
Insert Molding Services
Weiss-Aug has fused the technologies of molding and stamping, creating a unique culture where programs are developed with both processes in mind.
Weiss-Aug's automated molding systems help provide customers with complex insert molded and reel to reel molded parts with great attention to quality at competitive prices.
Insert molding is a unique process where a variety of components such as, but not limited to, complex metal stampings, cast metal and screw machine parts, contacts, screws, nuts, coils, as well as other plastic parts are incorporated into plastic to create a finished component or assembly. There are many advantages to using insert molding. One example is to use it in place of heat staking to provide a part with much higher integrity and quality at a lower price.
o Fully automated and manually loaded multi-cavity systems
o Complex sensoring and vision systems ensure mold safety and product quality
o Bi-injection, 2 color or 2 materials
o Cost reduction and component consolidation
o Integrated processes: Reel to Reel insert molded parts can be assembled and then over-molded.
o Terminals can be separated during molding