Molding News

  1. Molding Process Validation for Medical Devices: Five Things to Know
    12/13/2017

    Understanding what is involved in injection-molding process validation and why it is important will help you choose a molding partner who can provide you with the confidence that your plastic parts will work well every time.

  2. 5 Ways To Ensure An Accurate and Timely Injection Molding Quote
    8/10/2017

    If you are planning a plastic injection molding project, and want to ensure excellence and product delivery - review these five considerations to make certain the result is exactly what you need.

  3. What Are Antimicrobial Materials For Plastic Injection Molding?
    8/11/2015

    When antimicrobial materials are used in plastic injection molding for medical device components, the reduction in infection is significant and measurable. By Rena Ivory, Crescent Industries, Inc.

  4. How To Choose Injection Molding Partners, Part 1
    7/10/2015

    Selecting the right injection molding partner is crucial for a successful project. The costs and timescales can be a significant part of a project budget. 

  5. The 3 Things Every Medical Device Developer, Manufacturer, And OEM Should Know About Injection Molding
    7/10/2015

    Injection molding is used extensively throughout the medical device industry. In the continued search for compliant, cost effective production methods, more and more companies are switching to fabrication techniques that offer economies of scale, such as injection molding, for both high and low volume production. 

  6. Thermoplastic Injection Molding Design For Medical Prototyping — Key Considerations
    5/13/2015

    Like many industries, the development path for medical devices differs with every product and its unique requirements. However, all medical devices have a series of FDA approval gates to clear and clinic trials to administer and analyze that often dictate a device’s path to market.

  7. Micro-Molding 101: Injection Molding On The Micro Scale
    1/28/2015

    New ways of addressing engineering and manufacturing challenges are constantly under development, and it can be difficult to stay well-informed. But, if you don’t keep on top of these new techniques, you might miss out on opportunities to stay competitive.