To achieve our success in mold and die manufacturing our customers often send us their finished solid models with the proper draft and parting lines. If customers do not have a solid model we use our 3D solid modeling capabilities to create your finished part from print.
Then, on our Virtual Gibbs CAD/CAM system, we build a solid model of the inserts and the tool needed to mold your part. This allows us to troubleshoot the tool before the actual construction begins.
Heading off potential problems here has saved valuable time for our customers.
We pride ourselves on our ability to make a successful mold the first time. From the most straightforward design to very complex parts with contours, blends, slides and shutoffs we have the ability to make your project work.
For the most complex cavity work where standard milling and turning techniques are not feasible we have an in house electrical discharge machining area where we create electrodes to form the cavity needed for your part.