11 Tips to Keep Your Molding Project from Failing

11 Tips to Keep Your Molding Project from Failing

Selecting a manufacturer to build your tool, validate the molding process, and be your partner through full-scale production is an important decision for the success of your program.  An experienced molding house will have a proven, standardized process and will work...

A New Look at Micromolding

Most medical-device designers are unfamiliar with the fine limits of micromolding. For instance, today’s capability can shape parts with details down to 0.005 in. But even that limit may give way with more recent developments. Click here to read more in this...

CEO One on One: Dennis P. Tully

MTD’s president, Dennis Tully, was featured in Telegram & Gazette CEO One on One article series on November 1, 2015. Dennis discusses MTD’s road to success, which started in 1972 when the company began as a tool & die company. “We specialized...

Small, Smaller, Smallest

Micromolded parts continue to get smaller and smaller and Plastics Engineering explores this topic f in their July/August issue entitled Getting to the Core of Micromolding. Along with shrinking in size, parts are also getting more precise with details that nearly...

MTD Project Engineer in PN’s Women in Plastics

Lynzie Nebel, Project Engineer at MTD was one of twenty four women profiled in this month’s Women in Plastics feature in Plastics News. According to Plastics News: Women represented 25.7 percent of people employed in plastics product manufacturing in 2013,...

Micromolding is Shaping the Future of Drug Delivery

Shaping the Future There is a movement in the market to reduce office visits for pain management and make infrequent scheduled procedures for degenerative diseases the norm. We have seen two examples of these types of products that were improved with micromolding:...
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