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INSERT MOLDING

We have been working in partnership with the insert molding industry for years, with a record of success in delivering the most complex part configurations with high performance and high efficiency, for a wide range of applications.

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STAMPINGS FOR INSERT MOLDING INDUSTRY

  • Automotive components
  • Data communications
  • Telecommunications
  • Computers, terminals, and keyboards
  • Consumer goods and appliances
  • Medical devices

services beneficial to insert molding industry

We provide comprehensive services  from custom design and rapid prototyping through in-house tooling, production, and assembly with specific capabilities beneficial for insert molding applications:
  • 3D tool design
  • In-house tool build
  • Precision metal stamping
  • In-tool machining of round pins
  • Bandoliering
  • Compliant pin technology
  • In-die tapping
Secondary Operations
  • Pre-plating, post-plating, and spot-plating
  • Custom packaging
  • Continuous reel-to-reel stamping and plating with up to 100,000 pieces per reel
  • Heat treating
  • Secondary tooling to trim at our facility or yours

specialty materials

We have experience working with a wide range of metal stamping materials especially those most often used by the insert molding industry:
  • Brass and high-performance copper-based alloys
  • Pre-plated ferrous and non-ferrous alloys
  • Aluminum clad copper
  • Custom shaped wire
  • Material thickness ranging from .0015 to .125+

advanced technology

We utilize advanced technology to streamline metal stamping processes and achieve our goal of zero defects.
  • One of the largest Bruderer and Minster shops in North America
  • More than 65 presses with speeds up to 1800 strokes per minute
  • In-die protection systems
  • In-line vision inspection equipment
  • Video inspection systems

Quality Control

We are committed to mistake-proof processes.  You can rely on us, as we have one of the industry's largest and most experienced engineering, design, and tool & die teams with more than 60 industry experts and craftsmen.