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Plastic injection molding for Maine

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Plastic injection molding for Maine

Explore our premier Plastic injection molding services in Maine

specializing in plastic prototypes and production parts.

Welcome to CapableMachining, your premier provider of high-quality plastic injection molding services. With years of experience and a dedication to excellence, we are committed to delivering top-notch solutions for all your injection molding needs. Our state-of-the-art facilities and team of skilled professionals ensure that we can handle projects of any size and complexity with precision and efficiency. Whether you’re looking to produce prototypes, specialty parts, or large production runs, we have the expertise and resources to meet your requirements. Trust CapableMachining for all your plastic injection molding service needs and experience the difference that quality and reliability can make. Contact us today to learn more about our services and how we can help bring your ideas to life.

  • Free & Automatic DFM feedback
  • Tolerances: typically +/- 0.15mm or +/-0.006 inch
  • Typically Tooling: 30 days
  • Why Choose Us?

    Our ability to provide on-demand manufacturing services means not only having strong manufacturing capabilities but also services that can produce complex end-use parts quickly, efficiently, and intelligently.

    Our services

    3 Axis CNC Milling

    Injection molding stands as the predominant approach for mass-producing plastic goods. This method involves melting plastic, injecting it into molds, ejecting the finalized product, and then repeating the cycle.

    4 Axis CNC Milling

    Insert molding proves to be a highly practical injection molding technique that enhances the strength or other properties of the final part by integrating additional materials.

    5 Axis CNC Milling

    Overmolding is a process where various materials are layered to create a composite article. Typically, this method entails injecting a base material over one or more pre-existing parts to integrate them into a unified whole.

    Capabilities

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    Tolerances

    Heavily depending on the plastic type and the size of the part, typically +/- 0.15mm or +/-0.006 inch

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    Mold Life Cycle

    Typically 300,000, and 600,000 if required.

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    Leading Time

    Typically: tooling 30 days, injection molding 3 days

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    Injection Material

    Most of the thermal plastic, ABS, HDPE, PE, PC, PMMA, PA6, PA66, POM, PBT, PET, PVC TPU, TPE, Silicone Rubber… Learn More >

    Materials

    Settling upon the right material is decisive, not only for factors such as cost, processing complexity, and potential surface treatments but also for the ultimate quality of the product. Our adroit engineering team specializes in proactively addressing this challenge, even before an order is placed. This process checks that our customers have the rntire confidence in the final quality of their products.

    Rigid Materials

    Hard plastic materials are defined as materials that exhibit essentially no elastic deformation and no complete plastic deformation. Wesupport sustained alliance quality suppliers, which enables us to provide quality assurance to our customers as well as to fulfill assorted specialized requirementsof our customers.

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    Elastic Materials

    High-quality materials are the infrastructure of quality and crucial factor in the total product price. We coordinate with key material suppliers and can provide you with instant quotes on extensive collection of fine plastics, as well as multiple material choices.

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    Our Quality Control

    CapableMachining boasts a established quality assurance framework and a team of knowledgeable technical engineers who diligently oversee every aspect of our product manufacturing process – from obtaining excellent natural resources to delivering impeccable finished goods that encompass metals and plastics. To sustain our devotion to superiority, we extensively utilize cutting-edge testing technology and cutting-edge equipment to meticulously evaluate crucial parameters such as workpiece dimensions, hardness, tensile strength, and elongation at every stage of production. We desire to maintain utmost control over these data points to meet and surpass the expectations of our esteemed clientele consistently.

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    Professional quality control Engineer

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    Tolerances up to ±0.0004″ (0.01mm)

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    State-of-the-art Inspection Facilities

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    Proven and reliable quality control system.

    Gallery of Parts

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    Charging Plug

    Material: ABS

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    Material: PEEK

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    Material: PA66

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    Material: ABS

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    Material: PPA + 30 Carbon Fiber

    Medical plastic products

    Material: PE

    Other capabilities

    plastic injection molding
    • Free & Automatic DFM feedback
    • Tolerances: typically +/- 0.15mm or +/-0.006 inch
    • Tooling: 30 days
    sheet metal fabrication
    • Free advices from high trained engineers.
    • Quotation in a few hours.leading time 3 days
    • Fast delivery time
    high pressure die casting
    • Tolerances: typically +/- 0.15mm or +/-0.006 inch
    • Free consultant ,Free DFM feedback
    • Casting lead time: 5~7 days
    3d printing
    • Wide range of material choices
    • Free consultant from engineers
    • Fastest leading time: 1 day
    rapid tooling
    • Free & Automatic DFM feedback
    • Tolerances up to ±0.00078″ (0.02mm)
    • Rapid tooling: 7~12 days

    How do find our location?

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    FAQ


    Ten Common Questions and Answers about Plastic Injection Molding in Maine

    Plastic injection molding is a widely used manufacturing process in Maine and across the globe. If you’re considering using this process for your next project, you might have some questions. Here are ten common questions and their answers to help you better understand plastic injection molding.

    Q: What is plastic injection molding?

    A: Plastic injection molding is a manufacturing process that involves injecting molten plastic material into a mold cavity, where it cools and solidifies into the desired shape.

    Q: How does plastic injection molding work?

    A: Plastic injection molding works by heating plastic resin pellets until they melt, injecting the molten plastic into a mold cavity, cooling the plastic until it solidifies, and then ejecting the finished product from the mold.

    Q: What types of materials can be used in plastic injection molding?

    A: Plastic injection molding can be used with a wide range of materials, including thermoplastics, thermosets, and elastomers.

    Q: What are the benefits of plastic injection molding?

    A: Some benefits of plastic injection molding include high efficiency, repeatability, precision, and the ability to produce complex shapes.

    Q: What industries use plastic injection molding?

    A: Plastic injection molding is used in a variety of industries, including automotive, aerospace, medical, consumer goods, and electronics.

    Q: What is the lead time for plastic injection molding projects?

    A: Lead times for plastic injection molding projects can vary depending on the complexity of the part and the size of the production run.

    Q: What is the cost of plastic injection molding?

    A: The cost of plastic injection molding can vary depending on factors such as the material being used, the complexity of the part, and the size of the production run.

    Q: What quality control measures are used in plastic injection molding?

    A: Quality control measures in plastic injection molding include things like regular inspections, testing, and documentation of production processes.

    Q: What is the environmental impact of plastic injection molding?

    A: Plastic injection molding can have a significant environmental impact, but there are ways to mitigate this impact by using recycled materials and optimizing production processes.

    Conclusion

    In conclusion, plastic injection molding is a versatile and widely used manufacturing process in Maine and beyond. By understanding the basics of plastic injection molding and asking the right questions, you can make informed decisions about using this process for your next project. Whether you’re new to plastic injection molding or looking to expand your knowledge, these ten questions and answers provide a solid foundation for understanding this important manufacturing process.

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