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Who I Am
ADTC is a factory with more than ten years of experience in mold making. It is located in Shenzhen, Guangdong Province, in the south of China. After more than ten years of continuous efforts and improvement, we have several large mold factories that specialize in manufacturing and producing molds. In 2015, we invested more than $10 million to build a new plant. Our mold factory currently has 1,000 skilled and experienced employees working in engineering, production, inspection and quality control units. We are a professional custom injection molding factory. Our mold making system is a highly skilled team with state-of-the-art equipment and proprietary software that enables us to produce high quality plastic injection molded parts faster than anyone. We can handle a single component project or multiple part components. Whether you need a small number of parts or larger parts, our systems offer the right custom plastic part manufacturing solutions.
What We Do
Our factories mold products include common custom plastic molds, high precision molds, high cavitation injection molds, large sizes molds, two shot molds, unscrewing molds, gas assistant molds, die casting molds, and now our products range was further enlarged as our Shenzhen factory began offering more products and services such as designing and manufacturing of rubber spray coating, PCB designing, label making and membrane keypad manufacturing, remote controls, roller and other electronic apparatus.
Why Choose Us
A highly skilled team, state-of-the-art equipment and proprietary software allow us to produce high quality plastic injection molded parts faster than anyone. We can handle a single component project or multiple part components. Whether you need a small number of parts or larger parts, our systems offer the right custom plastic part manufacturing solutions.
We can provide you with unique services from China. Committed to continuous improvement to ensure that customers achieve their vision. We export more than 300 sets of molds every year, and we have a wealth of experience in mold manufacturing. We serve original equipment manufacturers in multiple industries. We are currently involved in the fields of auto parts, medical, household appliances, electronic technology and so on.
One of the most obvious advantages to injection molding is that the housing serves multiple purposes. First, it serves as a handle for the end user to interact with. It also acts as a receptacle for the battery and motor as well the location of various screw bosses that will be used to fasten the device together once the internal parts are assembled. In other words, injection molding is extremely effective when you need to organize a lot of internal parts within a housing. As a consequence, it’s a fantastic way to reduce the number of total parts (“piece count”). Of note, this part is also an overmolded part. For more on this process read here.Some of the other reasons that injection molding is a good fit for this example include the fact that the drill is being produced in large volume. That is, Panasonic is creating a large number of copies of the same drill handle. Injection molding is wonderful for this kind of high volume production because the high initial costs pay the manufacturer back over time with low per unit costs. For this same reason injection molding can be a poor choice for low volume production. Additionally of note, there are some design constraints if using injection molding. For example, the part has nearly uniform wall thickness (which is important in order to avoid defects), and the part is made with a thermoplastic material (allowing for solid plastic stock to be repeatedly melted for the procedure). If you were designing a part with a thermoset material then injection molding would be more nuanced. You can injection mold a thermoset material but you can only do it once. Trying to melt a thermoset plastic a second time will result in burning the material. Similarly, a part with varied wall thickness would require more attention in the mold tool design to ensure uniform cooling and to avoid defects during production.
Injection molding is a great technology for finished production on a massive scale. It is also useful for finalized prototypes that are used for consumer and/or product testing. Prior to this late stage in production, however, 3D printing is much more affordable and flexible for products in the early stages of design.