Injection Molding is the most common process for production of plastic parts. In this process a machine injects thermoplastic resins at high speed and high pressure into a steel mold and sealed to produce the form and desired characteristics of the final product.
Ford Atlantic offers a complete suite of capabilities focused on getting products to market as quickly and economically as possible, while maintaining the highest quality standards. To facilitate the production of quality molds that will last through countless runs, Ford Atlantic provides superior tooling for large and small quantity requirements. We have the ability to handle all your needs.
There is an endless supply of plastics used in the injection molding process. Ford Atlantic has the capability to produce your product out of almost all of them. Please let us know your specific requirements of base material and we will do our best to meet your needs every step of the way. Here we have supplied a short list of common materials used:
- Acrylic Copolymer
- Biodegradable Resin
- Biorenewable Resin
- Ethylene Vinyl Acetate Copolymer (EVA)
- Thermoplastic Elastomers: Fluoropolymer, Olefinic (TPO-TPV), Polyamide (TPV), Polyester, Polyurethane (TPV) (PC), Styrenic, Vinyl
- Polycarbonate Acrylic Alloy (Cyrex)
- Polycarbonate (Lexan)
LDPE, LLDPE, HDPE, ULDPE, LDPE,
- Thermoplastic Polyesters:
PBT, PBT Alloy, PBT/ASA Alloy, PBT/PET Alloy, PCT, PCTA, PCTG, PET, PET Alloy, PETG
- Polypropylene (Unfilled, Filled)
- Polystyrene (General Purpose, Impact)
- NAS (Acrylic Copolymer)
- SAN (Styrene Acrylonitrile Copolymer )
- STYROLUX (Styrene Butadiene Block Copolymer)
- Ultrasonic Welding
- Mechanical Assembly
- Heat Sealing
- Decorating –
Hot stamping, screen printing, pad printing, in mold decorating, in mold labeling, painting.