Some of the today’s most innovative products depend on highly advanced materials and methods of manufacturing.
Many of these materials and methods are well established in some markets; however new markets are being transformed every day with the introduction of more advanced technology. Many new successful products have achieved this high level of innovation through the use of advanced engineered resins and injection molding technology.
The use of highly engineered resins and its resulting “Metal Replacement Technology” requires technical familiarity with both plastics and metals technologies. Parker Chomerics engineers are experienced with the requirements needed when designing a part for metal replacement. We can assist in guiding you through a thermoplastic solution that will successfully meet the performance requirements of the metal parts they are designed to replace, and in some cases even surpass the original design.
Two of the most significant benefits derived from injection molding technology are flexibility and simplification for manufacturability, both leading to dramatic cost reductions while retaining or enhancing product performance.
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