Cleaning injection molds can cause a lot of unnecessary downtime in automotive production. Dry ice blasting is the rare alternative that can both reduce downtime and provide a thorough cleaning.
The A. Raymond Group is one of the leading development and production partners in the automotive industry. In addition to vehicles, the company supplies a quick fastening and connecting system for the solar, household article, aerospace, electronic and construction industries. Production takes place at 20 locations around the globe, including the subsidiary A. Raymond GmbH & Co. KG, founded in Lorrach, Germany.
Silgan Plastics devoted countless hours to maintaining product molds by hand, but the company was still unhappy with the quality of its cleaning methods.
The tools and equipment used in the medical device manufacturing process require absolute precision.
Special attention to the intricacies of medical devices is critical as the end product must be pristine and uncompromised. Like the end product, the equipment used in the manufacturing process must be maintained to ensure that the products are delivered without flaws or excess material and ready for use.
Performance Plastics specializes in high performance injection molding. The company produces small, complex, high quality parts.
For 30 years, they’ve focused on the application of these highly engineered plastics for the performance advantages that they provide when producing intricate part geometries with extremely tight tolerances. They excel at helping companies in the medical device, energy, aerospace/defense, industrial, electronics and food and beverage industries solve current product problems or to create competitive next generation advantages.