ABERY Plastics – USP Class VI Medical Compliance

In order to ensure the safety of medical devices, USP Class VI testing is required.  Developed by the United States Pharmacopeia, the Class VI test is a specific test conducted on medical devices to assess their biocompatibility.  It is designed to evaluate the potential adverse biological effects of the materials used in a medical device when they come into contact with living tissues or bodily fluids. Performance Plastics is proud to announce we have passed the test – we now offer material and process expertise.

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The USP Class VI test is particularly important for medical devices that directly or indirectly interact with the human body, such as implants, surgical instruments, catheters, and tubing. The test helps to ensure that these devices are safe and do not cause harmful reactions or toxicity when used in clinical settings.


Here are a few key reasons why the USP Class VI test is conducted on medical devices:


Patient Safety: The primary objective of the USP Class VI test is to ensure patient safety. By assessing the biocompatibility of the materials used in medical devices, it helps identify any potential risks or adverse reactions that may occur when the device is used in the human body.

Regulatory Compliance: Compliance with regulatory standards is a crucial aspect of the medical device industry. Many regulatory bodies, including the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), require medical device manufacturers to demonstrate the biocompatibility of their products. Conducting the USP Class VI test helps meet these regulatory requirements.

Material Selection: The USP Class VI test aids in material selection for medical devices. It helps manufacturers evaluate different materials and determine which ones are the most suitable in terms of biocompatibility. This allows them to make informed decisions about the materials used in their devices, minimizing the risk of adverse reactions.

Product Development and Improvement: The test is also valuable during the product development and improvement stages. By identifying any potential biocompatibility issues early on, manufacturers can modify or optimize their device design or materials to enhance safety and efficacy.

Industry Standard: The USP guidelines are widely recognized and accepted within the medical device industry. Conducting the USP Class VI test demonstrates a commitment to quality and safety, providing confidence to healthcare professionals, regulatory bodies, and end-users.

It’s worth noting that the USP Class VI test is just one of several tests and evaluations conducted to assess the biocompatibility of medical devices. Other tests, such as cytotoxicity, sensitization, and irritation tests, may also be performed depending on the specific device and its intended use.

Our technical advantages

We make extensive use of technology to achieve exacting dimensional tolerances and overmold complex inserts.


We augment the latest software tools including solid modeling (Solidworks, STP, Parisolid, and IGES), mold flow analysis and finite element analysis with an internally developed iterative tool design approach.  Our process incorporates 3D CT scan measurements of the internal and external geometries of highly complex parts.  This generates a component plot with up to 1.2 million critical dimensional measurements which we, using our proprietary true form sizing technology, integrate with CAD/CAM software allowing us to make exacting tool modifications.  This tooling modification process results in best in class part tolerances, particularly useful in molding mission critical parts where dimensional attributes need to be extremely precise.  Further, we use this approach to produce net shape molded parts of exceptional quality eliminating, or significantly reducing, secondary machining operations resulting in material and process cost savings.

Seals and valve bodies, in particular, benefit from the tight tolerance and smooth surface finish utilizing our proprietary process capable of attaining 0.0003″ tolerance.


We make extensive use of technology to achieve exacting dimensional tolerances and overmold complex inserts.


We augment the latest software tools including solid modeling (Solidworks, STP, Parisolid, and IGES), mold flow analysis and finite element analysis with an internally developed iterative tool design approach.  Our process incorporates 3D CT scan measurements of the internal and external geometries of highly complex parts.  This generates a component plot with up to 1.2 million critical dimensional measurements which we, using our proprietary true form sizing technology, integrate with CAD/CAM software allowing us to make exacting tool modifications.  This tooling modification process results in best in class part tolerances, particularly useful in molding mission critical parts where dimensional attributes need to be extremely precise.  Further, we use this approach to produce net shape molded parts of exceptional quality eliminating, or significantly reducing, secondary machining operations resulting in material and process cost savings.


Seals and valve bodies, in particular, benefit from the tight tolerance and smooth surface finish utilizing our proprietary process capable of attaining 0.0003″ tolerance.


Insert molding is a process which places a component into the mold, either manually or by automation, before injecting the polymer into the mold.  The injection molded resin flows in and around the features of the insert forming a highly secure bond between the insert and the polymer.


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Anatomy of a Hearing Aid

Foundational function supplemented by modern tech. While grandpa’s hearing aids may share a common purpose with today’s generation of hi-tech devices, modern tech engineering has led to wonderful innovations. From expanded frequency response and battery tech to streaming blue tooth audio and programmability that gives doctors greater reach in addressing individual needs, these micro devices wondrously apply the best of today’s developments.

At ABERY Industries, several recent manufacturing projects have benefited from a number of injection molded material developments, medical molding capability, and innovative processes like metal injection molding. Whereas design engineers have typically been bound to design components by set manufacturing guidelines, expanded injection molded material and process combination have allowed devices to shrink in order to make room for additional capability. For example, battery contacts that were once stamped and were larger than absolutely necessary for structural reasons, may now be miniaturized and then overmolded into housings or combined with other components. Small metal components that were designed to be stamped can now be injection molded as complex MIM parts freeing designers to compress designs even further.

Compounded additives in traditional thermoplastic such as Polycarbonate (PC), Acetal (POM), Polyethylene (PE), and alloys such as PC/ABS, have improved product longevity, the ease with which moving components may be manipulated, impact resistance, and resistance to heat/cold cycles. ABERY looks forward to exploring how modern developments can enhance your next new product line.


The importance of mold design

The mold design process is critical to ensure the production of high-quality products. It involves several steps, including determining the product design requirements, selecting appropriate mold material, designing the mold structure, conducting mold flow analysis, selecting appropriate processing equipment, performing mold testing and adjustments, and establishing a mold maintenance plan.

Determining the product design requirements is the first step in the mold design process. This involves understanding the design requirements of the product, such as size, shape, and material. The design requirements help to determine the size and shape of the mold to ensure the final product matches the design requirements.

Selecting appropriate mold material is also crucial. Each material has different strength, hardness, and wear resistance properties. When selecting a material, factors such as product material, production volume, and budget must be considered.

Designing the mold structure involves determining the shape, size, holes, protrusions, and other features of the mold. When designing the mold structure, product shape and size, as well as specific production requirements, must be taken into account.

Conducting mold flow analysis helps to determine the mold structure to ensure the product can be evenly filled within the mold. This is a crucial step in ensuring product quality.

Selecting appropriate processing equipment can help to improve production efficiency and reduce costs. Factors such as mold size, shape, and material, as well as the capability and reliability of processing equipment, must be considered.

Performing mold testing and adjustments is necessary to ensure the mold can produce high-quality products that meet product requirements. Testing and adjustments include mold flow analysis, temperature testing, durability testing, and more.

Establishing a mold maintenance plan is important to ensure long-term use of the mold. This plan can help to extend the life of the mold, reduce production downtime, and improve production efficiency.

1、How to control product quality in injection mold production process

Injection molds are important tools in industrial production and are used to manufacture various molded products such as electrical enclosures, furniture components, and automotive parts. In the mass production process of injection molds, controlling product quality is a critical issue. Various measures and methods are needed, including setting reasonable injection mold parameters, strictly controlling the selection and use of raw materials, establishing a sound quality inspection system, maintaining and repairing injection molds, and training employees.


  • Regarding the maintenance and repair of injection molds, the following points should be noted. First, cleaning the mold surface can prevent the influence of oil stains, dust, and other impurities, ensuring the accuracy and service life of the mold. Second, applying rust preventive oil when storing or not using for a long time can prevent oxidation and corrosion of the mold surface. In addition, regularly checking the mold for wear, cracks, deformation, and applying mold release agent and controlling the mold temperature can also help extend the mold’s service life, improve the quality of injection molded products, and reduce production costs.


  • In summary, maintaining and repairing injection molds is one of the important means to ensure product quality and extend the mold’s service life. Before using injection molds for production, it is necessary to clean and maintain them and perform regular maintenance and repairs to ensure their normal operation and product quality. At the same time, establishing maintenance records for molds can help manage and track their usage, further improving production efficiency and product quality.


  • In addition to the above methods, it is also important to properly store the injection molds when they are not in use. The molds should be stored in a dry and cool place to prevent them from being affected by moisture and temperature changes. It is also important to avoid stacking the molds on top of each other, as this can cause deformation or damage to the molds.

  • Regular training of employees who use injection molds is also important to ensure proper use and maintenance. Employees should be trained on how to use the molds correctly and how to perform routine maintenance and repairs. This can help prevent damage to the molds and ensure their longevity.


  • Furthermore, it is important to work with a reputable and experienced injection mold manufacturer. A good manufacturer will be able to provide high-quality molds that are durable and easy to maintain. They will also be able to provide guidance and support on how to properly use and maintain the molds.

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In conclusion, controlling product quality in the mass production process of injection molds requires a comprehensive approach, including setting reasonable parameters, strict raw material control, establishing a sound quality inspection system, and maintaining and repairing injection molds. Proper maintenance and storage of molds, regular employee training, and working with a reputable manufacturer are also important factors in ensuring product quality and mold longevity.

Why is 3D printing said to be the third industrial revolution?

3D printing is a fundamentally different way of making things. Mass manufacturing relies on specialized equipment to make large series of identical things. If a new product is to be made new equipment, retooling or a completely different manufacturing line or process will be needed.

With 3D printing any shape can be manufactured by the same machine. The tool chain in terms of software and materials is completely adaptable to any new shape allowing for quick changes in the shape, design, look or feel of any particular product. It also lets you make unique things in production runs of 1 item which means that 3D printed products will have a higher specificity and higher utility to the customer while better being able to fill any niche.

A 3D printer is similar to a PC in the sense that a PC has many different possible uses and so the development costs of these machines can be spread out over many different industries and applications. The PC does not care what type of calculation it working on or what this calculation does, it is simply a universal calculation machine. Different calculations can be done at the same time and switching between them is instantaneous. Similarly a 3D printer does not care what type of thing it is building and is adaptable to build any thing, it is simply a universal making machine. In one print run many different types of products can be made simultaneously and switching is as quick as it takes to finish the last 3D print run.

This means that product development with 3D printing can be quicker and more accurate than non 3D printing product development. You can iterate continually with your final production technology and better design, develop and deliver products that meet the user’s needs better than products that take longer to develop.

3D printing software, existing design tools and 3D printing skills can all be used to make any number of objects that compete in any number of markets. A new version of your object could be designed while the old one is being printed on the machine. With a physical version of the final product at hand customer feedback can be given and designers can immediately adjust the file to meet that feedback. By the time you have gotten your injection mold made in China or your tooling done I could have sat around the table with my customers and developed and tested thousands of different versions of my product. Or I could have worked with thousands of people the world over to improve it together. By being not only quicker to market but also quicker to the perfect solution 3D printing will out-compete other manufacturing technologies.

3D printing is a two factor manufacturing process consisting of the machine and the material. Any improvement to the machine speed will mean that any product anyone wants to make with this machine will be faster to produce. Any accuracy improvement will make anything made on this machine more accurate. Any reduction of material cost will make anything that is capable of being made by this machine cheaper. Any improvement in material strength will make anything made with that machine stronger etc. etc. These improvements will be fueled by overall 3D printing demand which in itself will be fueled by all the different applications and products that are suitable for 3D printing.

At the same time improvements to materials and machines will also let more and more things be made by 3D printers bringing in new revenue to the industry. Improvements to machines will (before the advent of true auto hardware upgrading by the machine itself) take time to trickle down to the marketplace. But, any improvements in materials will immediately be transferred to all existing 3D printer owners (that can use that material).

3D printing itself is not one single technology but a host of different technologies that all layer by layer build things. There are literally tens of thousands (if not more) materials and processes (chemical, mechanical etc.) that can be applied to 3D printing. As the market grows demand and revenue will ensure that new technologies and entirely different 3d printing processes will be used for 3D printing.

Just as the PC and the internet eventually made global publishing, retail and distribution by private individuals commonplace in “the North” 3D printing will make manufacturing an activity that any individual that can obtain or “rent” a 3D printer can do. There will be differences between high priced industrial 3D printers used by large companies and the machines that individuals and smaller organizations can use. This will cause lag between what everyone can 3D print versus what those who invest in the most expensive machines can. But, the means of production are no longer locked up behind high factory walls.

As long as there is a self sustaining ecosystem of 3D printer and 3D printing software development the market will layer by layer make more of the world. Each thing that is 3D printed makes mass production infinitesimally less viable. Mass production with is thousands of copies of objects that are by design meant to appeal to the greatest identifiable group. Per definition all mass produced products suck. They are never meant to and never able to address any individual use case. No matter how cheap the millions of copies are they will never be perfect for an individual. With 3D printing one can have individualized production suited to one person or one use case.

3D printing makes unique things that work better. It also lets anyone with access to a machine make, sell and distribute these things. The current mass manufacturing paradigm works like early printing presses that take a long time to set up but then quickly can let the limited number of owners of these presses churn out many identical copies of the one item the press has been set up to make. 3D printing is more akin to twitter or Facebook whereby anyone can publish anything worldwide instantaneously, change their publication quickly and publish once again quickly also.

Mass manufacturing companies are Gutenberg’s laboriously arranging their type while their machine depreciates silently. They need big brands, distribution networks, worldwide shipping, distributors, wholesalers, retailers, footfall/online attention, financing and have to pay for all of that up front. Profits come later when many thousands have decided to buy that one thing that was designed for so many people six weeks, six months or two years ago. By having to front their investment, lots of inventory spread out throughout the supply chain, the risk of not selling this inventory and essentially working blind in trying to come up with products months in advance that need to be sold in their tens of thousands mass production is an inherently inefficient model.

This model might work for TV’s, plastic toy soldiers or Prada shoes. Things where the intricacies of connected mass manufacturing production chains provide enormous throughput and complexity without which the final product could not be made or where low cost is the only driver or where brand is paramount, respectively. Kings of distribution such as Inditex which understands fashion risk and footfall or Amazon which see the need to put a store in everyone’s pocket will also still thrive. Anyone else who is not a star in any of the above categories is dead.

Literally completely totally dead. Any physical distribution, any retailing, any manufacturing, any product development, any physical goods business that doesn’t fit into the above exceptions is dead. Either the stars of mass manufacturing will outspend you in developing their brand, scale and scope or 3D printing will kill your niche.

Contrast the inefficient, capital intensive, slow, plan months in advance, inventory, give a cut to lots of other people business model with a 3D printing model. I make what my customer makes when and where my customer needs it exactly to her spec and she often pays me up front too. For any good whereby the 3D printed version is indistinguishable from the mass produced one and whereby any higher costs are offset by speed or a higher specificity of the design 3D printing will inevitably win. By having a more efficient way to do business and being better able to give my customers what they need when they need it I will out-compete.

The market for which any good for which this is the case will be dominated by 3D printing. This might take a long time as we’ve currently as an industry with 1 billion in revenue barely able to make 1% of all goods well. 3D printing might need to be a 100 times larger in order to completely be able to self replicate many of the things that surround us. But, in my mind this is inevitable.

There are many opportunities in 3D printing. I don’t know how many people will have 3D printers in their homes. I don’t know how much of their things these people will make. But, it is important to realize that the “personal” or home 3D printing revolution is irrelevant. Even if it shall not come to pass 3D printing’s impact on the world will be enormous. 3D printing will have a huge impact on medicine in the areas of implants, prosthetics and the making of actual spare body parts for people (think about it, unlimited replacement parts for humans possibly radically extending life is but one of the business opportunities in 3D printing). Besides this 3D printing will have a huge impact on product development helping reduce product development cycles across industries from years or months to weeks or days. 3D printing will let individual designers, consumers and small companies compete worldwide in markets that where hereto shored up by barriers to entry. 3D printing will also have a big impact on current manufacturing which is what I’ve tried to describe above.

Any or several of the above impacts could completely not materialise and still the industry would grow and radically alter how things are made. By being a more efficient way to make things and by being a better business model for businesses 3D printing will gradually sweep away mass production. We used to have artisans, making to order individualized items for customer’s they understood. This was replaced by factories making low cost copies for the masses. 3D printing combines the best of these two ways of making things by lowering the cost to reliably manufacture anything on this earth to any specification, any individual wish or demand.

This is why 3D printing is a new industrial revolution one which will democratize manufacturing and make all of the products on this world better suit their purpose.

Top 5 Advantages of Injection Molding You Should Know

If you have ever purchased an item that is plastic from a store, that item was likely manufactured using injection molding. There are many advantages of using injection molding. Injection Molding is a manufacturing process used to produce plastic products and components. The process involves injecting molten material into molds that form the product. Injection molding can use many different materials, but thermoplastic and thermosetting polymers are the most common. There are many products made using this process, and some of those are bottle caps, electronic housings, toys, and many more.

There are some substantial advantages of injection molding, and we want to share 5 of these advantages in this article. If searching for a flexible manufacturing process, read more to learn how these advantages can benefit your business.

Products Made from Injection Molding

The injection molding industry has exceeded all projections and shows no signs of slowing down. Current projections show that the market will grow by over 476 billion by 2028. New items are manufactured using the injection molding process daily. Plastic injection molding manufacturers have partnered with many industries, enabling companies within those industries to produce cheaper and more creative product designs.

Household Appliance Industry

Household appliances are in every home in the world. When we think of kitchen appliances, we think of stoves, refrigerators, and dishwashers. Each of these items includes many molded parts. But we often forget things like heater shells, hand warmers, rice cooker shells, handheld fans, humidifier shells, stirring machines, air conditioner shells, hairdryer shells, TV shells, and so many more. It is difficult to identify a product that does not have molded plastic as a part of its design.

Cosmetic Packaging Industry

The cosmetic industry is also a massive user of injection molded products. Specifically, cosmetics need packaging, where injection molding comes into the picture. Historically, glass was used for packaging cosmetics, but other options were sought due to cost, weight, and damage potential. Some typical packaging for cosmetics are tubes, powder boxes, eyebrow pencils, makeup bottles, and most cosmetic product packaging found in stores worldwide.

Toy Industry

It wouldn’t be easy to find a single child without a toy. The makeup of toys has evolved over the years from being made with metal materials to various plastics. The change in toy materials has enabled designers and manufacturers to be more creative, resulting in more advanced and innovative creations. Some toys include cars, trucks, barbie dolls, balls, remote-controlled cars, and small playsets. Plastic injection molding manufacturers and designers have also learned that this innovative process can make smaller components necessary to build a toy. Some smaller parts are wheels, buttons, clips, screws, bolts, nuts, and other small pieces needed to assemble a toy. These examples are a portion of toys and components but give us a taste of the advantages of injection molding.

Medical Industry

The medical industry is a large consumer of products using injection molding. Due to the need for sterilization, many items used by hospitals, doctors, and staff must be thrown away. This would be very costly using metal or cloth products. New possibilities are available now that plastic injection molding manufacturers use this new process. Examples of items used in the medical industry are tubes, syringes, connectors, clips, vials, bottles, containers, housings for small and large equipment, blood pressure cuffs, and so on.


Injection molding has many advantages, and it is easy to see by just looking around your surroundings. We can’t overlook the average home and the products we use daily. I look around the rooms in my house, and there are so many plastic products within reach. Food containers, forks, knives, spoons, bottles, bottle caps, cups, drinkware, plant pots, television housing, computer housings, toothbrush handles, toothpaste tubes, and more.

There are numerous advantages of injection molding, evident in the previous examples. However, some specific advantages of injection molding benefit manufacturers and designers. This article will cover five benefits plastic injection molding manufacturers can leverage to grow their business.


5 Advantages of Using Injection Molding

Injection molding has numerous advantages:

  1. The Ability to Make Products Consistent within Tolerances

Historically, we could hold two of the same product side by side, and almost always, each item would be somewhat unique. I could always find some variation in size, shape, or weight. Injection molding advancements have revolutionized Plastic injection molding manufacturers’ approach to producing consistent parts. The injection molding process and the machines used can hold tolerances to +/- .125 mm (.005 in). The reason is that steel molds are made to the exact dimensions and shape of the product. If the pieces are small enough, a mold is created that can produce multiple parts with each injection. This results in each piece being 100% exact and uniform. This process thoroughly removes inconsistencies in the manufacturing of parts and components. An inherent advantage of injection molding is that by using molds, there is little to no effort in forming pieces and maintaining tolerances, lowering injection mold costs.

  1. Increased Production of Parts

In the past, machines would stamp out metal parts, or humans would manually make components using templates. Not only did consistency suffer, but so did productivity. A machine producing a single piece or a human making a part one by one is labor intensive and, therefore, expensive. A  significant advantage of injection molding is increased productivity with less human work resulting in lower injection mold costs. Plastic injection molding manufacturers’ can mass produce parts and pieces. These components are made with 100% accuracy in one pass by simply injecting material into the molds and allowing the required cooling time. Other processes like CNC machining and 3D printing require more time and expertise. Mass production at lower injection molding costs is a clear advantage.

  1. Compatible with Many Materials and Colors

Plastic injection molding manufacturers’ are no longer limited on the materials and colors available to produce products. It is estimated to be over 18,000 different materials available that are compatible with the injection molding process. Further, suppose a part or piece needs to be manufactured using specific additives and compounds. In that case, finding materials that match your need is more accessible. When it comes to colors, almost every color is available. This allows for great flexibility for plastic injection molding manufacturers.

  1. Low Labor Costs

Yet another advantage of injection molding is lower labor costs. Plastic injection molding manufacturers use mostly machines to mass produce parts and pieces. The only human labor required is supervision and staff to perform quality checks. This is another clear advantage for plastic injection molding manufacturers as the less staffing, the lower the injection mold costs.

  1. Material Recyclability

In current society, people are more conscious of protecting the earth, and recycling is now a part of our everyday routine. One of the main advantages of injection molding is that the material used in the process is 99% recyclable. Plastics can be repurposed many times and make manufacturers and consumers more conscious of the environment.



The advantages of injection molding range from lower labor and higher productivity to lower injection mold costs. Plastic injection molding manufacturers can benefit from these advantages and so many more. There are very few products not able to use the injection molding process.

Out of the numerous plastic injection molding manufacturers available, one is set apart from the rest – Abery. Our mission is to keep customers successful on all our critical projects. Exporting to all parts of the world, we are well positioned to be the game-changing strategic partner. Abery has deep experience working within all sectors and industries, and our portfolio is broad.

Abery’s facilities are state-of-the-art, leveraging advanced equipment. Abery incorporates complete quality control into every aspect of its manufacturing process resulting in precise manufactured parts and pieces. Click to Learn More.


High-Quality Plastic Products and Sustainable Solutions: Discover the Benefits of Injection Molding

Looking for high-quality plastic products that are both durable and sustainable? Look no further than our top-of-the-line injection molding services.

At our state-of-the-art facility, we use the latest technology and techniques to produce a wide range of plastic products, from small components to large, complex parts. Our team of experienced engineers and technicians work closely with each client to ensure that every product meets their exact specifications, whether it’s a simple prototype or a large-scale production run.

One of the key benefits of injection molding is its versatility. We can work with a wide range of materials, including thermoplastics, thermosetting plastics, and elastomers, to produce parts with varying shapes, sizes, and levels of complexity. And because injection molding is highly automated, we can produce high volumes of parts quickly and efficiently, with minimal waste.

But we don’t just produce high-quality plastic products—we’re also committed to sustainability. We understand that our clients are increasingly looking for eco-friendly alternatives to traditional plastics, and we’re proud to offer a range of sustainable materials and processes. From biodegradable plastics to recycled materials, we’re constantly working to reduce our environmental impact and create a more sustainable future.

Whether you’re looking for a partner to help you bring your innovative new product to market or simply need high-quality plastic components for your existing product line, we’re here to help. Contact us today to learn more about our injection molding services and how we can help you achieve your goals.

How Our Phenolic Molds Helped a Client Meet High-Quality Demands

In recent years, our phenolic molds have been widely used in industries such as electronics, automotive parts, construction materials, and industrial equipment. Our clients have been searching for a material that is high-temperature-resistant, high-strength, and wear-resistant to meet their strict production requirements.

In a recent case, our phenolic molds were used to manufacture a batch of high-strength and high-temperature-resistant electrical enclosures. The challenge of this project was that the client needed to produce a large quantity of high-quality electrical enclosures within a very tight schedule, while ensuring that each enclosure was very precise in size and shape.

Our team took the following measures to meet the client’s requirements:

Optimized mold design: Our engineers used CAD software for mold design, considering the client’s specific requirements and every detail of the production process. We chose high-strength and wear-resistant steel materials to ensure the mold’s lifespan and stability.

Efficient manufacturing: We used advanced CNC machining equipment and processes to ensure the mold’s accuracy and quality. We also used high-temperature heat treatment technology to improve the mold’s hardness and strength, thereby extending the mold’s lifespan.

Strict quality control: We implemented strict quality control measures throughout the production process to ensure that each electrical enclosure met the client’s requirements and standards.

Through these measures, we successfully completed this project, providing the client with high-quality phenolic molds and electrical enclosures. The client was very satisfied with our work and praised our professional ability and efficient service.

This case study demonstrates that our phenolic molds have the characteristics of high strength, wear resistance, and high precision, which can meet the production needs of clients in industries such as electronics, automotive, construction materials, and industrial equipment. Our professional team and advanced equipment can ensure the quality and performance of the mold, providing clients with high-quality products and services.

If you have any needs for phenolic molds or plastic product manufacturing, please feel free to contact us, and we will provide you with the best solution.

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