Whether it’s a simple product design or a complex assembly using our internal robotics and hand-assembly, we have the custom plastic molding capabilities to fit your requirements and your supply chain expectations.
The Scientific Approach
Utilizing our Scientific Injection Molding Principles, SPC and state-of-the-art Injection Molding Machines, our focus is to provide our customers with a robust custom plastic injection molding process to produce the highest level of quality for our components and devices. This begins in the early stages in our Design For Manufacturability (DFM), through our qualification and Decoupled Molding process and optimized using our in-process inspection criteria with high-end measurement equipment.
Military & Defense
Electronics & Electrical
Part Design Guidelines
The “Injection Molded Part Design Guidelines” will review items to consider when designing your next plastic component like:
- Maintaining uniform wall thickness to minimize sinking, warping and improve mold fill.
- Using generous radius at all corners to avoid sharp corners that increase stress concentration which can lead to part failure.
- Incorporating sufficient draft angles for easy removal of the part from the mold.
Mold Design Guidelines
Crescent Industries’ mold design engineers look at the aspects of the part that are important for injection molding. Adherence to these design principles and best practices at the beginning of the design process will ultimately lead to better overall quality of parts during manufacturing. These “Mold Design Guidelines” will evaluate items like the follow:
- Gate Designs / Runner Designs
- Cooling / Venting
- Mold Filling
EMI or RFI Shielding
Solvent or UV Bonding
Inserts can be molded into a diverse range of critical plastic components. These components can be used in housings, instruments, knobs and electrical components. Which can be utilized in the medical, defense, aerospace, electronics/electrical, industrial and consumer markets.
Surface Mount Pads