Finish tool projects safely and sustainably
Consideration and compliance with all decisive factors
Before the tool design is approved, we check the data on the plastic component and optimize it if necessary. This is an essential step in order to avoid surface defects and high tool modification and optimization costs.
Before the tool design is approved, a correct and binding demolding analysis based on component or tool data must be carried out. Problems when ejecting the component during the injection molding process and damage to the component surface are avoided.
Optimized design, temperature control and injection position as a result of the analysis serve to prevent defects such as air pockets, weld lines or sink marks. Significantly improving the structure and appearance of your components will lower the overall cost of the tooling project.
We design your injection molding tools (3D + 2D) with the help of Unigraphics, Catia and ProEngineer.
Meeting at tool manufacturer
For a smooth process, meetings with tool manufacturers to check, validate and approve the design status are essential.
Rapid Prototyping (3D-printing)
Prototypes via 3D printing in the right material to test and validate requirements for your plastic component before the injection molding tool is manufactured.
Ensuring compliance with the schedule by spot checks at tool manufacturers.
Development and control of measures in case of occurring delays.
Recording of the actual status of the tool manufacturing progress with photo documentation.
Assistance including support for solving quality problems
Optimizations, modifications, repairs of injection molding tools