When you entrust your injection molding production to a manufacturer, you’re entering a partnership. Justifiably, you want your manufacturing vendor to consistently meet your expectations, provide timely output, and add value to your projects. However, if you’ve found yourself in a lopsided partnership that has eroded your confidence in them – through poor-quality part production, unfulfilled orders, or other unsavory activities – it’s time you seek a business elsewhere. But first, you need to know what to look for in injection molding manufacturers.[Read more…] about 4 Things to Look for in Injection Molding Manufacturers
There are many manufacturers that can make parts for your product. While we’re of course partial to injection molding, regardless of the process and the company, there are some key things that any manufacturer should have. One of those is certification – certification in whatever process they use, quality control, material sourcing, etc. In this post we’ll look at the types and specific certifications and standards you should look for when working with a manufacturer.[Read more…] about What Certifications Should Your Manufacturer Have?
When it comes to manufacturing plastic injection molds overseas or domestically, we’re familiar with both sides. As mold designers, mold makers, and mold manufacturers, we work with clients at each stage – including taking a mold we’ve designed and
Whether this is your first product or your fortieth, if you’re not currently using plastic injection molding, you’re missing out on some great manufacturing options. Regardless of if your concerns are part accuracy, using plastics instead of metals, or if it’s really the most cost-effective option for your needs, we think this top ten list will help convince you to revisit using plastic injection molding for your product.[Read more…] about Top 10 Reasons to Use Plastic Injection Molding for Your Product
When looking to work with an injection molding manufacturer, quality control is a process that ensures customers receive quality products. A customer’s biggest fear is to have a manufacturer create their product by the thousands and then there happens to be a massive recall from a defect that could have been avoided. At Midstate, we have quality control procedures in place from the beginning to the end of the manufacturing process that will meet or exceed our customer’s requirements. [Read more…] about Quality Control: What to Look for in Your Parts Manufacturer