What is co-molding
Co-molding is a type of molding that allows plastic materials to be fused with other materials such as metal, brass, or aluminum.
Items obtained through co-molding are efficient and of a high standard. Here are the main advantages:
How it works
In the co-stamping process, the inserts (generally metal, brass or aluminum) are inserted into the moulding cavity/s and the material is molded around them, resulting in a piece of plastic firmly coupled to the inserts themselves.
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The types of molding over the years have differed according to the material to be processed and the shapes and characteristics you wish to achieve. Learn about our molding services.
We do single-material molding: we make components with a type of injection involving only one type of polymer or thermoplastic material.
We make components with high aesthetic characteristics and high tightness and performance due to the possibility of molding two different thermoplastic materials in the same mold.
Gas assisted molding
This process, also referred to as GAIM (Gas Assisted Injection Moulding), involves the insertion of gas into a duct to make a “hollow” article inside.