Insert molding is a process where a component (typically metal) is molded over with plastic, creating a mechanical bond. This is often the case with molded components requiring threads, clips or fasteners. An understanding of polymer behavior and tooling development is critical to its success, making our team of RJG-certified engineers and technicians more than qualified to handle your insert molding needs.
- Reduced production, assembly and labor costs
- Excellent quality and reliability
- Improved ergonomics
- Enhanced component strength
- Design flexibility
An Inseparable Bond
Some parts work harder than others. When parts are responsible for bearing weight or connecting other pieces, trust Primera to create the unbreakable bond between your component and the plastic housing for error-free results.
A Real Stud
Wear and tear are very real issues when it comes to parts made to move. Molds such as ball studs must securely interlock with an anchor point as well as allow a moving joint to rotate freely. All of this can only be accomplished with precise measurements and knowledge of materials.