The Challenges of Micromolding: Microtool Handling and Packaging

Micromolding requires expertise in all facets of the work we do – including the handling and packaging of the products we create. Many finished products that we manufacture are smaller than the white on a human fingernail. These types of products are too small...

The Challenges of Micromolding: Microtool Processing

Microtool processing requires the ability to create parts using amazingly small amounts of material. To put this in perspective, we’ve been called upon and have successfully created 500 individual pieces from one plastic pellet of material! Successful micromold...

The Challenges of Micromolding: Measurement

Micromolding requires specialized micro-tooling. As the demand increases for smaller parts, smaller features on those parts and once-unimaginable tighter tolerances, the expertise required to configure and use micro-tools increases. The micromolding world, especially...

What is Micromolding and How is it Different from Macromolding

Micromolding is a thermal form-change method for creating very small, 3-dimensional, components having smaller features and dimensional tolerances. Micromolding is not a slightly altered version of macromolding, made to fit the micro world. The materials we use behave...

Announcing MTD’s Materials Page

One of the most frequent questions we receive via tradeshows and phone calls is, “What materials do you work with?” Over our 15 year history of micro-manufacturing, we’ve developed a measurable expertise that allows us to help our customers pick the...

MDM West Anaheim Show February 12 – February 14

MTD Micromolding will be displaying at the 2014 MDM West Anaheim Show. There are expected to be 2,000+ Exhibitors! Come visit our booth (1593) and discuss MTD’s 6 sciences involved in micro molding. Engineers will be on-hand to discuss your applications. MDM...
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