|Custom Injection Molding Services||Specifications|
|General Capabilities:||Design, Engineering, Prototype, Production, Assembly|
|Product Capabilities:||Large Components Multi-Component Small Parts|
|Mold Process Type:||High Press Tonnage|
|Materials:||High Density Poly Ethylene (HDPE), Polypropylene (PP), Flexible Polyvinyl Chloride (FPVC), Glass Filled Nylon, Polyurethane, CaPP|
|Clamping Force:||120T to 350T|
|Shot Size:||36 oz – 234 oz|
|Typical applications:||Covers, chutes, panels, shrouds, and more.|
|Additional Services:||Mold Making Product Development Rapid Prototyping (SLA, 3d printing)|
|Quality Assurance:||ISO 9001:2015|
CEW offers extensive automation and part handling in the manufacturing and assembly processes. This provides accuracy, and minimizes human error, while also reducing internal costs. State of the art machinery saves time and provides reliability. With high standards of excellence employed in every task, we provide solutions geared towards maximizing accuracy and lowering costs.
Design Process at CEW Our engineers and designers work closely with the client to understand the requirements of the product and its environment. Finite Element Analysis (FEA) is conducted to create a product design that utilizes materials efficiently. Designed by our in-house engineering team, the automated part handling and assembly equipment support the manufacturing process to maximize efficiency, reliability, and consistency.
Materials Used in Injection Molding We have stringent quality checks and processes in place to ensure that only the highest grade of materials is used. The following are just some of the high-volume materials used for injection molding that provide our customers economies of scale that few others can duplicate:
We purchase raw materials in bulk, to the tune of millions of pounds. The cost advantage is transferred to our clients in the form of economical pricing. CEW offers extensive automation and part handling in the manufacturing and assembly processes. This provides accuracy, and minimizes human error, while also reducing internal costs.