Co-Molding

Sheet metal – Rubber – Injection – Plastic

Metal Sheet Co-Molding

Metal-plastic co-molding is the process by which we merge a plastic material with metal using high mechanical and micrometric efficiency presses. Our company can help you make the product by ensuring you are hightà e eccellente resa estetica.

What can we do for you

We can do any type of operation using plastic and metals. We recommend the right formula by paying attention to the hardening times, the cooling times of the thermoplastic material, the types of pressure to be exerted.

– join two plastic objects
– metal-plastic injection molding
– incorporate one plastic object into another
– plastic coating an object with other types of plastic materials
– join different alloys to plastic materials
– plastic molding with metals
– weld metals with plastic materials
– multicolored co-molding
– multi-component co-molding

Materials most commonly used for co-molding

PROPYLENE (PP)

Polypropylene (or polypropene, abbreviated as PP) is a thermoplastic polymer that can show different tactics. The most interesting product from the commercial point of view is the isotactic one: it is a semi-crystalline polymer characterized by a high breaking load, a low density, good thermal and abrasion resistance.

Polyfenenilensulfide (PPS(

Polyparaphenylsulphide or PPS is a high performance thermoplastic technopolymer with remarkable properties of resistance to chemical agents, flame and water vapor, particularly suitable for injection molding (PPS)

Polybutylene terephthalate (PBT)

Polybutylene terephthalate (PBT) is part of the technopolymer family, and replaces some applications made with thermosetting resins or metals. It has a crystalline structure and is resistant to most chemicals.

POLYAMIDS (PA)

Polyamides (PA) are macromolecules characterized by the CO-NH amide group, on which many properties of this type of compounds depend. Polyamides can be synthesized by polymerization by condensation of a dicarboxylic acid and a diamine or by polymerization by ring opening of a lactam.

Acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene (ABS)

Acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene or ABS, also known by the trade name of Cycolac, (chemical formula (C8H8 · C4H6 · C3H3N) n) is a common thermoplastic polymer used to create light and rigid objects such as pipes, musical instruments (especially the recorder and the clarinet), golf club heads, parts or entire automotive bodies, such as in the Citroën Méhari, and toys such as the famous LEGO bricks

THERMOPLASTIC ELASTOMERS (TPE)

Thermoplastic Elastomers (TPE), or thermoplastic rubbers, are a class of copolymers or a polymeric mixture (usually a plastic and a rubber) with both thermoplastic and elastomeric properties. While most elastomers are thermosetting, TPEs are relatively easy to use in production, for example, through injection molding. Thermoplastic elastomers show the typical advantages of both plastics and rubbers

Do you want to create a product by combining metal and plastic?

We help you in the choice of the production process by ensuring the highest quality of metals and an excellent quality / price ratio

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