Poynette, WI, November 28, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Non-Metallic Components (NM), an innovator in thermoplastic injection molding solutions, has seen growth in take-over mold operations due to original equipment manufacturer demands. With decades of injection molding experience, NMC welcomes OEM’s unique issues including providing flexible solutions and seamless transitions to production within a limited time frame.
NMC works with molds that previously have had limited success or that other plastic injection molders have considered to be ready for salvage. NMC’s skilled engineers work through the problems to get OEM molds up and running. Extensive sampling and mold maintenance are part of the process in identifying solutions to mold problems.
Les Gaunt, Engineering Manager/Co-Owner: “It’s easy to be seduced by low cost molds made in unregulated environments. The final product usually has extensive quality issues and the parts never pass inspection. Given the cost of molds, OEM’s usually end up paying the hefty price to get the molds to production standards.” NMC eliminates these issues by sourcing their molds to companies that have unsurpassed reputations in the industry and stand by their work.
For additional information about NMC please visit their website at www.nonmetallic.com or to find out more about plastic mold injection of filters and flow control visit www.moldedfilter.com. NMC has two operations in Wisconsin; its headquarters in Poynette and Cuba City. NMC also operates a joint venture in Suzhou, China.