Plastic Injection Moulding Designed For Speed, Accuracy, and Consistency
Plastic injection moulding is the process of producing parts or components by injection heated material into a mould. Megafoam provides plastic injection moulding with multiple material options, fit to your needs.
Injection moulding is the most commonly used manufacturing process for the fabrication of plastics. We assist companies from the automotive, aerospace, electronics, defense and security industries in the fabrication of reliable and consistent products.
Megafoam manufactures custom plastic injection molds, plastic parts and CNC machined plastic prototypes. Our capabilities include over-molding, insert molding and family molds. We offer a variety of plastic materials, colors and surface finishes. Our proprietary mold frame exchange technology is one of the key factors why we can produce your injection molds and parts at such high speed and at such a low cost.
We specialize in injection molded (MIC) exterior trim parts for the automotive industry. Creating consistent parts and components for the automotive line.
The Megafoam Process
Megafoam will handle the entire injection moulding process for your manufacturing requirements:
- In-House Part/Mould Design
- Design Verification
Megafoam has over-molding processes where one thermoplastic material is molded over another material to form one part. Our over-molding capabilities typically involve soft thermoplastic materials such as urethanes and thermoplastic elastomers (TPE) being over-molded onto hard plastic such as ABS or PC, for example.
This is an injection molding process by which metal inserts such as brass nuts, screws, bushings or mesh filters are combined into one part by injecting thermoplastic around them. Our insert molding capabilities can include a variety of insert materials such as metal or ceramic.
Megafoam’s ultrasonic welding process uses high frequency mechanical sound waves (ultrasonic) to crate molecular heat between thermoplastic materials so the plastic will melt and forma molecular bond between the parts to join two parts together.
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