Plastic Design International, Inc.

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Supplier Category: IndustrialSupplier Tags: CUSTOM PLASTIC INJECTION MOLDING, Glass Filled Filter Component, Handheld Antenna, INJECTION MOLDING OF PUMP HOUSING, and T-Glass Filled Filter Component

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    Plastic Design International, Inc. started in 1977 in the short-run prototype R&D business. Over the years we’ve harnessed our expertise to evolve into your complete injection molding resource center. We’ve got all of the tools needed to take your companies’ project from initial concept to final molding and assembly.Two locations with a total of 55,000 square feet. 21 molding machines with a 35 Ton to 385 Ton capacity. ISO Certified with a fully documented Quality System. The latest in innovative technology, including robotic sprue pickers, automated conveyors and CMM equipment. A central tracking system for order entries, Material Requirement Planning (MRP), inventory control, scheduling and shipping..We are a manufacturer of injection molds, plastic parts, and components for a wide variety of applications MOLD MAKER- PDI is looking for an experienced mold maker or tool maker with a minimum of 2 years’ experience.

    Duties will include manufacturing new mold components for engineering changes, repairs of existing tools and creating and building fixtures to support production. You must be able to operate all types of standard manual tool room equipment and be able to hold close tolerances when needed. Prototrack CNC, Sinker E.D.M and a moderate level of computer proficiency are a plus, but not required. If you have experience in the world of tool making, no matter what discipline, we would like to talk to you.There was a time when all part and mold designs were done with a pencil. The part concept was given to a design engineer, who developed several design proposals from the sketch. Once the final design concept was approved, it was used to draw the mold design. This was a tedious and time consuming process. Every feature of the part had to be manually converted into the steel that would form it. Some of the more complicated  designs would take many weeks. Since all dimensions had to be manually converted for

     

    Source – https://www.plasticdesign.com

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