Scientific Thermoplastic Injection Molding
Just as processes such as thin-wall injection molding are pushing the boundaries of what is possible in the world of custom plastic manufacturing, specialized processes such as scientific injection molding are optimizing every performance capability of plastic parts for the scientific industries. Scientific injection molding requires a highly specialized level of dimensional accuracy and material precision, with the highest possible standards for quality control. Aline Components has many satisfied clients in a variety of industries in the Tri-State Area, and provides some of the most advanced plastic manufacturing capabilities available.
Scientific injection molding is distinguished by the use of computer monitoring and control of plastic manufacturing. Sensors and software are used to monitor all aspects of the thermoplastic injection molding process, with critical variables like temperature, flow and fill rate, and cooling temperature controlled and adjusted in real time if deviations from the validated process are detected. This results in greater repeatability and up to 10 times better control compared to traditional thermoplastic injection molding processes. The specifications for scientific injection molding can vary from plastic parts for the optics industry that require plastics with highly calibrated refractive and hypoallergenic properties and bioplastics for more environmentally friendly products, to plastic lab components that must be designed and manufactured with a level of precision measured in microns, to microscopic injection molding capabilities for miniaturized plastic components. Aline Components is prepared to meet nearly any challenges in thermoplastic injection molding.
Aline Components is conveniently located just outside Philadelphia, serving New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and beyond with one of the most advanced plastic manufacturing capabilities available. Aline Components' ISO-certified facility can provide critical support and expertise no matter where you are in the development of your next custom plastic injection molding project—from CAD/CAM documentation, rapid prototyping, hot run molds for high speed production and delivery, stack molds for large production volumes, to an array of specialized features like insert molding, core back molding, thin wall molding, scientific injection molding, and much more. If you're looking for plastic injection molding that meets the highest standards, contact Aline Components and see what we can do for you.