Horiztonal and Vertical Injection Molding
Horizontal Injection Molding machines have been widely used since the mid-1980s. Denver Plastics also utilizes Vertical Injection molding machines.
Triad Fastener has experience and expertise to take your project from the design phase all the way through production. We can help determine which of our molding processes and materials is right for meeting your specifications. See our Case Studies pages for specific ways that we have used various processes for our current clients.
Vertical Injection Molding
In addition to Horizontal Injection Molding machines, which have been widely used since the mid-1980s, Denver Plastics also utilizes Vertical Injection molding machines.
Vertical Insert Advantages:
- Space Saving – Vertical injection molding machinery takes up half the space compared to horizontal machines used for the same functions.
- Vertical injection molding machines allow for insert or plastic-metal combined component molding.
- Gravity dislocation is eliminated due to the vertical injection machine mold alignment. Molds are aligned and supported in the vertical machine with more durability.
- Vertical clamp units are versatile and accommodate attachments.
- Automatic operation is ideal for the vertical clamp injection molding machinery without the use of an attendant.
- A wide selection of the vertical clamp unit options also makes it appealing.