Injection Mold Services

Idea + Design
We develop from idea to design.

We can create a prototype for any project.

Manufacturing and Assembly
Manufacture and injection of plastic.

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We develop equipment for the Industry:

Development and design of the plastic product, manufacture of the mold and maquila.
5 líneas de producción.
5 production lines
Road signs
Filters for the automotive area
Vending machine spare parts
Industrial Equipment
5 líneas de producción.
360 ° infrastructure for product development and manufacturing in the area of ​​plastic articles by means of injection molds. 
  • We produce your projects, spare parts and accessories in injection.
  • Lead time reduction
  • National and international distribution
Industrial Area 
  • 3D printers
  • Plastic injectors in the range of 120 – 360 tons
  • Glued by ultrasound
  • Equipment for bonding In-Mold
  • Equipment for heat transfer
  • Rotary screen-printing machine
  • Pad printing
  • Area of assembly and storage
  • Team of work qualified
We own the 360º process for the creation of your part.

Success stories

Injection molds

The plastic injection molding process generally dates back to 1868, when John Wesley Hyatt of billiard ball manufacturer Phelan and Collander was looking for a suitable replacement material for the ivory in billiard balls. Hyatt invented a way to inject celluloid into a mold that processed it into a finished form. In 1872, John and his brother Isaiah patented the first injection molding machine. This machine was relatively simple compared to the complex machines used by today’s injection molding companies. It consisted of a basic plunger to inject the plastic into a mold through a heated cylinder. The industry was slow to adopt the injection molding process and eventually began to produce plastic items such as braces, buttons, and hair combs. It wasn’t until the 1940s that the injection molding concept really grew in popularity because World War II created a huge demand for inexpensive, mass-produced products.
The plastics industry was revolutionized in 1946, when James Hendry built the first screw injection molding machine with an endless screw design, replacing the Hyatt plunger. The auger mixes the injection molded material in a cylinder and pushes the material forward, injecting it into the mold. This allowed the colored plastic, or recycled plastic, to mix with the virgin material before injecting it into the mold.
Today, screw type injection molding machines account for 95% of all injection machines. The industry has evolved tremendously over the years due to technological advancements and machine automation. It has come from the production of combs and buttons, to a multitude of custom injection molded products for virtually every industry, including automotive, medical, construction, consumer, packaging, aerospace, and toys.

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