Article | June 19, 2018

Five Considerations For Working With A Molder - Early In The Product Design Phase (Do's And Don'ts)

By Mike Driscoll, Engineering Manager

Five Considerations For Working With A Molder - Early In The Product Design Phase (Do’s And Don’ts)

When developing any part or device for the medical or optics industries, the goal is almost always the same: get the part to market as soon as possible and at minimal expense.

That’s easier said than done.

Product designs are usually tweaked several times before a part or device is finalized, and, even then, there are several instances where a design or concept will ultimately be rejected due to its lack of moldability. Moldability refers to a part’s ability to mold without distortion from the movement of the polymer during material cooling.

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