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We’ve helped many clients design custom mould tools or transfer their existing tools to us, ensuring a seamless manufacturing process.

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Tool Design

Our in-house experienced toolmakers have a keen eye for detail, designing tools that ensure efficiency, accuracy and optimal performance throughout the injection moulding process. The mould tool can be manufactured for single or multi-cavity production.

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Tool Maintenance

Regular maintenance is crucial for keeping your tools in great shape. Our skilled technicians provide routine checks to ensure optimal performance and durability. Our proactive approach ensures your tools work efficiently, minimising downtime and protecting your investment in the long term.

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Existing Tools

Need a new partner to care for your tooling investment? We can adapt your existing moulds using CNC equipment and spark erosion to work with our moulding machines seamlessly. You can count on us to be your dedicated partner in preserving and enhancing the value of your tooling.

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Ready to get started?

Do you need a bespoke tool to create your plastic products with precision and efficiency? Contact us to get a quote today.

Our Process

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Every tool is unique. That’s why we work with you to fully understand your product before suggesting the most suitable course of action. Understanding the product is key to making sure the quality is reliable, production runs smoothly and the entire process is aligned.

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We use our own CAD software to design the tool, giving you a 3D view of all dimensions. Key considerations in tool design include the intricacies of the product’s geometry, material characteristics and the moulding machine’s specifications.

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We then create your tool ready to use for the moulds. We can produce your tools using a range of materials, such as aluminium, steel, and stainless steel. We also offer maintenance services for existing tools.

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Why Create Your Own Tool?

Creating your own tool is a smart investment that gives you more control over your manufacturing, ensuring precise results. While there’s an upfront cost, this approach is cost-effective over time, minimising waste and maximising production efficiency. Being able to adjust the tool to evolving design needs also enables you to adapt to changing markets. Plastic injection tooling is essential in optimising the entire production cycle.

  • Cost-Efficient
  • Greater Control
  • Quick Response to Market Changes
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Toolmaking FAQ’s

We answer your common questions surrounding mould tooling.

What is a mould tool?

An injection mould tool, often referred to as a mould, is a specialised tool used in the injection moulding process. It is designed to shape and form molten plastic into a specific configuration through two main parts: the core and the cavity. These parts come together to form the desired shape of the plastic product. Once the mould tool is designed, it is used in conjunction with a moulding machine to produce plastic parts in large quantities.

What material is used for toolmaking?

The materials used for making these molds are typically metals that can withstand the high temperatures and pressures involved in the injection moulding process. The two most common materials for toolmaking in plastic injection moulding are P20, H13 steels and aluminium.

What is the difference between tooling and mould?

Tooling covers all tools in manufacturing, while a mould specifically refers to shaping the plastic in injection moulding. Making moulds is just one aspect of the broader tooling process in plastic manufacturing.

How are injection tools made?

The process starts with designing the mould based on the desired plastic part. A suitable material is chosen and shaped using CNC technology. Heat treatment may be added for durability. The assembled mould, with cavity and core components, is then polished for a smooth finish.

Can you look after my tool?

We will maintain new and existing moulds to help preserve their life and quality. We can also carry out any repairs or modifications where necessary.

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