Structural foam molds provide structurally sound parts with minimum warpage at an up to 20% lighter weight than conventionally molded parts. As such, structural foam molds save both time and money. When you need larger and sturdier custom-molded thermoplastics, ESTERLE Mold and Machine Company has the technology and the capacity to manufacture your structural foam molds.
Structural Foam Molding Technology Offers Convenience
ESTERLE has a complete 3D CAD/CAM online system featuring Solidworks. We can accept most file formats, including STEP, X_T, DWG, DXF, IGES, or PARASOLID. By using only the latest software technology, we ensure effortless changes and trouble-free mold modifications. We offer mold qualification services as well. Our advanced processes allow you the time to test molds before they are shipped to ensure no downtime when the parts reach production. We stay on top of the latest processes for lean manufacturing to allow you to manage your costs for parts production and reduce cycle times without sacrificing parts with structural integrity, warping, or reduced weight.
Structural Foam Molding Capacity Can be Pushed to 80,000 lbs
Our systems are flexible enough to accommodate both high volume and short runs. Our facility features 100-, 220-, 300-, 400-, 500-, 850-, 1000-, 1500-, and 2600-ton Cincinnati Milacron injection mold engineering machines. We have three-, five-, 10-, 15-, and 25-ton overhead cranes plus internal handling equipment. In addition, with outside lifting help, our machine load capacity can be pushed to 80,000 lbs. We have the capacity to produce extremely large structural foam molds to meet the requirements of nearly any project.
In addition to molding structural foam, we offer secondary services as well:
- Sonic welding
- Silk screening
- Pad printing
- Spin welding
- Heat staking
Contact ESTERLE for Structural Foam Molds
Contact us to speak with a professional ESTERLE associate. We would welcome the opportunity to learn more about your project and to discuss the ways in which structural foam molds can be used to meet your needs. We will provide more details about our structural foam molding technology and capacity and answer any questions you have about our facilities and expertise. Complete the form below for a comprehensive quote for your structural foam mold project today.