World-Class Supplier of Reaction Injection Molding (RIM)

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UL Recognized
ISO 9001:2015
ISO 9001:2015

MD&M Texas – A Medical Device and Manufacturing Trade Show

Premold Corp will be exhibiting at the upcoming MD&M Texas,  a Medical Device and Manufacturing trade show.  On May 7-8th Lucas and Debbi will be at the show to answer your questions about the Reaction Injection Molding for your  “low volume” molding project. Concept or CAD drawings are very useful to help us learn about your geometry; and will help us select parts that will best illustrate  your project goals. Be sure stop...

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Premold Corp Exhibits in the Life Science Alley

Premold Corp exhibited at the MD&M MN trade show this week at the Minneapolis Convention Center  (October 29-30th).   We specialize in low volume molding projects particularly for the “life Science” industries. We work on low volume tabletop instrument covers, housings and medical cart housings  and offer sub-assembly services. Larger parts in small batches of 25 parts per batch is common for us. In our industry design...

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MD&M MN Trade Show Oct 29-30, 2013

            Here is an opportunity to explore the RIM molding process for housings and covers  for testing &  scientific instrumentation.   Stop by our booth #1116 to learn more about this design generous process.  If you prefer  to schedule an appointment, call Doug at...

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MD&M East PA Trade Show: Around the Corner

MD&M East trade show is coming in a a few weeks.  Have you registered for this event?   Visit us at booth 2348 to learn more about the RIM process,  to discern if the RIM process may be a solution for your project.    

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Understanding the RIM Process – Premold

RIM components are made up of  two liquids that chemically react to form a plastic part.  Venting is incorporated into the mold to allow any air bubbles to be vented out of the mold. Because the liquids are like the viscosity of skim milk  the molds are able to fill completely. The mix head contains nozzles that impinge isocyanate and polyol  into the mold.  Because the  RIM process uses low pressure and low temperature; metallic and other...

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