Is it possible to develop prototypes faster and cheaper?
The electronic devices and parts manufacturers develop new products in conjunction with the rapid advancement in technology. To stay competitive, it is required to design, test, and manufacture electronic products rapidly. In addition, "in-house" control & confidentiality are particularly important during the product development phase.
Is it possible to keep the confidentiality in-control, while lowering the production costs?
Keeping the designs confidential - at low-cost
St's plastic injection molding machines offer a significant role in developing devices for the electronic industry at an affordable level. Why? The equipment allow the use of far less expensive molds than would be required for production type molding machines.
By eliminating many of the high cost tooling features of the plastic mold, overall project costs can be reduced into a sensible product development budget, while keeping the confidentiality of designs fully in-house.
St's plastic injection molding solution often cost less than conventional molds alone. It is truly a low-risk, low-cost alternative to getting the prototypes and samples developed by a 3rd party.
Proven in wide range of applications in the electronic industry, St's plastic injection molding machines have a track record of reliable, profitable operation for hundreds of large and small companies representing various industries for over 30 years. Many St-Press users state that their unit paid for itself within the first year.
MSINCERE TECH assists customers in identifying areas of cost saving opportunities for various applications.
ST is a unique plastic injection molding machine designed for prototype and specialty short-run production, has proved to be an economical means of making plastic parts in small quantities for electro-mechanical devices - especially useful in combining electronic "brains" to their mechanical outputs.
Using low-cost tooling which can be made "in-house" from aluminum and other easy-to-machine materials, the St-Press can produce low volume parts, and even one-of-a-kind prototypes, which are uneconomical to buy or make on the outside.
Some current applications include cable ends, housings, mechanical levers, gears, prototype knobs, switches, spacers and specialty fasteners among others. A St-Press and tooling can often cost less than conventional molds alone.
Especially useful for new product design and development, the St-Press provides better internal control for proprietary designs, and can shorten lead times. It also allows quick changes from one thermoplastic material to another to determine which is the best for that particular application.
The wide variety of St-Press applications includes precise, quality plastic molding parts for electronics, medical, automotive and industrial use in model shops, R&D labs, for plastics quality control and material test bars and hundred of other jobs.
Three models of the St-Press with single-shot capacities up to 4 oz. (6 cu. in.) are available with up to 20 tons of clamp force.