Our Design Cube illustrates important considerations when designing plastic injection molded parts. It showcases a range of available surface finishes and examples of bosses, gussets and ribs. It also demonstrates the impact on part quality of overly thick or thin sections, as well as ways to incorporate holes and their potential effect on resin flow. Read more...More Product Announcements from Proto Labs, Inc.
is subtractive or formative manufacturing right for your next application? Learn the various considerations when working with polyurethane foam. Read more...More Product Announcements from General Plastics Manufacturing Co.
Ready for a more cost- and time-efficient way to manufacture parts? Our affordable aluminum molds (starting at $1,500) and quick turnaround times (in as fast as 1 day) help you reduce design risks and limit overall production costs along every step of the product cycle. Read more...More Product Announcements from Proto Labs, Inc.
Our basic guidelines for overmolding and insert molding include important design considerations to help improve part manufacturability, enhance cosmetic appearance, and reduce overall production time. Read more...More Product Announcements from Proto Labs, Inc.
High tooling costs and fast chemical reaction times typically rule out many plastic molding processes when manufacturing very large plastic parts. Osborne Industries has overcome this obstacle in two ways:
First, Osborne Industries can manufacture high quality, composite molds, that can last for many years, making thousands of parts for a fraction of what tradional metal molds cost.Read more... More Product Announcements from Osborne Industries, Inc.
Resin Transfer Molding (RTM) with Osborne includes custom-formulating liquid thermosetting composites and in-mold fiberglass reinforcements to mold components that meet your specifications. Take full advantage of RTM quality and design flexibility such as nonporous surface finish, in-mold cores, in-mold gel coating, and more with turnkey guidance from Osborne. Read more...More Product Announcements from Osborne Industries, Inc.
OEM manufacturers frequently substitute plastic parts for metal parts where weight and chemical corrosion resistance are important. Plastic components are not typically thought of as viable alternatives for metal in rough, abrasive environments. The engineers and chemists at Osborne Industries have over 35 years experience with reinforced thermoset resins for challenging applications Read more...More Product Announcements from Osborne Industries, Inc.
Osborne Industries is an OEM supplier of thermoset molded parts utilizing Reaction Injection Molding (RIM) and Resin Transfer Molding (RTM) processes. Osborne Industries has over 35 years in the custom molding business and can produce high-quality parts that meet your strictest tolerances and specifications. Osborne Industries has 240,000 sq. ft of manufacturing space, which includes a m... Read more...More Product Announcements from Osborne Industries, Inc.
Quality Assurance and Lab Testing
At Osborne Industries, ensuring your OEM parts meet your specifications is the number one priority. Before any material is unloaded at Osborne Industries, it is analyzed to make sure it meets quality standards. This helps insure part quality and consistency. Every part made is tracked through the complete manufacturing cycle. Read more...More Product Announcements from Osborne Industries, Inc.