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Below is a short list of our injection molding capabilities and equipment specs. We offer a wide range of molding services and secondary operations. Contact us to discuss the requirements of your project.

Molding Equipment
  • 42 Presses: 30 ton to 1500 ton (Directory)
  • Large Press Capacity: 12 presses 600-1500 ton
  • Shot Size Range: 0.9 ounce to 265 ounce
  • Average Press Age: 7 years
  • Electric Presses: Precision Molding
  • Robotics: Pick and Place, 6-axis
  • Materials Drying: 100% dryer equipped presses
  • Computer Integrated Monitoring: All equipped with MATTEC computer monitoring system
Large injection presses with clamping forces to 1500 tons

Materials Experience (Thermoplastic Resins)
14 million pounds of resins used annually
  • Engineering resins: Xenoy, Polyesters, Nylon PVC, Ultem, PEEK, blends, etc.
  • Commodity resins: Polyethylene, Polystyrene, etc.
  • Color concentrates: Blending per specification
  • Additives experience: UV stabilizers, silicone, foam, impact modifiers, flame retardants, etc.
  • Glass Fiber Molding: Long glass and short glass
Mattec computer monitoring of every shot on every press for superior quality and repeatability

Engineering Support
  • Early involvement engineering available for product design, moldability assistance and material selection
  • Project engineers are assigned to every program
  • Engineers with 20+ years of plastics engineering experience
  • Computer System: Microsoft Windows
  • CAD Software Program: Pro Engineer
  • Translation Software: IGES, STEP, DWG, DXF
  • FTP Site Address:
  • Mold Flow: Mold Flow Simulation
Early involvement engineering for moldability. Project engineer assigned to each mold

Assembly and value added services Value Added Processes
  • Pad printing and silk screening
  • In-mold decorating
  • Hotstamping and heat transfer
  • Ultrasonic welding and vibration welding
  • Hot plate and spin welding
  • CNC Milling
  • Riveting, gluing, bonding
  • Finished product assembly or sub-assemblies
  • Direct ship to customer distribution centers
  • Engineering assistance during the design phase
  • Project management of new tool build
  • Mold flow analysis
  • Qualified tool shops for mold build and major revisions
  • Extensive tool maintenance program for new tools and takeover molds
  • Experienced mold makers available 24 hours a day for tool care and revisions
Molds are inspected, cleaned, and placed on a preventive maintenance schedule to protect your investment
Plastech Corporation 920 South Frandsen Avenue | Rush City, MN | 55069 Phone: 651-407-5700 | Fax: 651-407-5495