Button-Pushing Plastic Injection Molders vs Master Molders

How Master Molders Create Optimized Solutions that Button-Pushing Molders Can’t

Unfortunately, there’s a surplus of button-pushing plastic injection molders in this industry. When there’s a process problem or a part defect, these plastic molding operators attempt to resolve the issue by changing the cycle process with configuration variations.

The biggest problem with this approach is the immense inefficiencies it creates, like excess scrap, rework and turnaround time.

In fact, it’s often the case that the cycle process is not the problem; but without in-depth training on scientific plastic injection molding, these operators have little other choice but to continue manipulating the process in hopes of creating a workable solution.

So how can these expensive & time-consuming inefficiencies be avoided in your projects? Find a plastic injection molding company that works with certified Master Molders.

Master Molders have completed rigorous, certified training programs in scientific plastic injection molding.

They’re able to identify and apply methods, strategies & techniques that not only solve the issue, but also create parts with the highest cost-to-quality outcome.

When it comes to plastic injection molding, Master Molders are the industry experts in providing molding solutions that are optimized for performance, cost & efficiency.

Why Choose PMC?

At PMC, our Master Molders have completed award-winning training with RJG and/or Paulson.

Our Master Molders use scientific molding techniques and best practices to achieve improved molding quality, productivity & profitability.

The adept knowledge and skills our plastic molders have enables PMC to resolve the toughest molding challenges for mission-critical parts in a wide variety of industries.

PMC is one of very few plastic injection molding companies that actually has in-house Master Molders and specializes in molding with engineered resins. We provide a comprehensive range of plastic molding services including mold design assistance, modeling, prototyping, manufacturing, and testing.

Tell us how our Master Molders can serve your project needs by contacting us today.


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