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Based off of a process intended for the molding of plastics, injection molding of rubber began in the mid 1960s. Rubber injection molding successfully alters the plastics process by heating the rubber and placing it under significantly more pressure per square inch of cavity surface in molding. This is different from the plastic injection molding process where the materials are cooled under less pressure. Through various innovations, injection molding has become one of the most efficient ways to create molded rubber products in many cases.

The process of injection and injection-transfer molding starts with efficient material preparation. To begin, the material is mixed in bulk and then stripped immediately into continuous approx. 1.25" wide & .375" strips. These strips are then fed into a screw which, in turn, fills a barrel with the appropriate predetermined amount of rubber material.

Prototype PCB Assembly is our specialty. With our professional soldering technicians, SMT process Engineers and component procurement specialists we can provide an affordable highly flexible assembly process with fast turnaround.

We handle prototype assembly quantities from 1 to 25 boards. This service lets you get complex designs built for testing without worrying about electronic assembly workmanship. Our proto assembly area has a unique layout design that allows flexible mixing of automated and manual part loading stations. We can also easily handle the fine pitch components and BGAs for high density FR-4 boards.

Advantages of injection molding
Prototype PCB Assembly is our specialty. With our professional soldering technicians, SMT process Engineers and component procurement specialists we can provide an affordable highly flexible assembly process with fast turnaround.

We handle prototype assembly quantities from 1 to 25 boards. This service lets you get complex designs built for testing without worrying about electronic assembly workmanship. Our proto assembly area has a unique layout design that allows flexible mixing of automated and manual part loading stations. We can also easily handle the fine pitch components and BGAs for high density FR-4 boards.