Quick Turn Injection Mold Manufacturing
EDM Electrode Machining
CNC Operator Loading Program
Proprietary Shop Scheduling Interface
Engineers Evaluating Parts During Tooling Test
Tablet Case Mold and Parts Produced in 3 Weeks
At PILLER AIMMCO, we understand the need for speed—our business was built on this principle! Our operations are geared to support clients with tight scheduling demands. Our in-house tool shop operates multiple shifts and features lights-out machining capabilities, all managed through our proprietary real-time scheduling software.
Complete Domestic Tooling Production, Testing & More
Our staff of seasoned engineers and toolmakers collaborate with clients and leverage the technical knowledge of our molding professionals to ensure each mold we design, construct and test meets or exceeds the project objectives. This service is the heart of our value proposition—full integration from tooling through molding to deliver clients exceptional lead times from part conception through production qualification.
Precision Injection Mold Manufacturing
Most of our quick turn tools start from a consigned stock of mold bases, so time is not lost ordering materials and shipping in components. Working with P20 pre-hardened steel cavities and cores, and incorporating standardized design details where possible, we deliver SPI Class 103 production quality tools, an important point to consider when comparing quick turn offerings from our competitors.
Not only are our molds fully production capable, they are also owned by our clients, including the complete 3D tool design data sets. When the time comes to make critical choices, we do not tie our clients' hands with upcharges when re-ordering additional parts, or when decisions are made to transfer tooling.
Contact Us for Contract Manufacturing of Molds, Tooling & More
When it comes to high precision injection mold manufacturing, PILLER AIMMCO is the only name you need to know. Contact us to find out how we can help with your quick turn tooling needs.
Plastic Injection Molding From Design to Finished Assembly