It’s normal to want to stick with the injection molding source you start with, which makes it important to seek out the best one to create the products you need. Hiring a company to perform contract manufacturing of all your injection molded parts, devices, and products is a big step to take, and you want to make sure you’ve considered all the important elements.
What Type of Injection Molding Will Your Part or Device Require?
You can choose from several options when it comes to injection molding. Each will require a different process and might even require a different design from your first ideas. A good candidate for manufacturing your parts or devices is one that takes the time to sit down and plan out a design and strategy for parts creation. Getting results that work at an affordable cost is the goal.
Can the Products Be Made Reasonably Fast?
It can take a few days to get an initial design from the drawing table to the point of being able to hold it in your hand. Once the system is in place, it should be easy and quick to get additional parts done on a regular basis. Check with the candidate companies to see what their expected timelines are for creation to completion.
Do They Have Experience with Engineering Plastic Parts and Devices?
The difference in being able to make a plastic part and have it work well can be oceans apart. Are they able to sit down with you and discuss any design flaws or offer viable methods of changing designs and engineering a fix? It’s important to deal with experienced professionals when first creating a designed part or device.
Call on the plastic experts at Vision Plastics, Inc. and find out why they are perfect for performing all of your contract manufacturing work for all types of injection molding.