Plastic components in series material from quantities of 1
from Trogen AR, Switzerland
The company mould2part GmbH specialises in the Rapid Tooling process (rapid
creation of injection moulding tools), and counts among its achievements
the manufacture of high quality plastic prototypes from original materials, as
well as the production of injection-moulded plastic parts from thermoplastics
or liquid silicone rubber.
Our Rapid Tooling system is ideally suited to optimising
parts until they are ready to go to production. This allows
dimension and design modifications to be made until the
product perfectly meets all your specifications and is
guaranteed to be fully functional. In this way, we avoid
expensive and time-consuming later modifications on
the steel series tool. Furthermore, the Rapid Tooling process
allows us to deliver quantities of up to 20,000 high
quality units within 2-6 weeks, according to the complexity
of the plastic part, at low tool costs. All kinds of
thermoplastic materials, as well as silicones can be used.
Unlike various rapid prototyping processes like SLA, SLS,
LOM, etc., the prototype parts in Rapid Tooling are made
from the final production material.
Plastic parts manufactured in this way can be tested under
realistic conditions, and the results obtained will be
applied to the final units.
Our offer of service includes the entire process chain,
from the consultation stage to the production of pilot
series or small batches, allowing you to benefit from our
know-how and our experience with the most varied materials
and complex shapes throughout the entire process.
Areas of expertise
Aside from all varieties of plastic
parts, we have also made a name for
ourselves in the following areas:
• Gear wheels
• Cable overmoulding
• Hose overmoulding
• 2K and 3K components
• Insert moulding
• Liquid silicone rubber
mould2partBleichi 279043 Trogen AR
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