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Reduce secondary operations with insert mold
Sep 14, 2017

Reducing Secondary Operations with Insert Molding

     Saving time and saving money are vital keys to growing your business and your profits. Abery’s insert molding does both. This method is a precision molding process that feeds resin into a heated barrel where it is then mixed and injected into a mold cavity that features a pre-placed insert where the resin cools and hardens.

Insert molding streamlines production and helps eliminate the need for additional secondary operations, making it faster and cheaper to produce a finished complex product.

Some additional advantages of insert molding:


  • Consistency: Inserts add part consistency by eliminating operator error.

  • Stability: Inserts increase part functionality, stability and strength.

  • Reduce size & weight: With the combination of the strength of the polymer and the metal insert, the insert molding process produces a smaller and lighter component.

  • Design flexibility: Insert molding offers industrial designers a host of options.