Crane system moves mold into position
for 1,220 Titan Molding Machine
Quality parts start with our well-designed molds for a wide variety of industries including, medical devices, automotive, aerospace, military and many more
DFM – Mold Design
Bright Plastics has the capabilities to make a wide variety of plastic parts weighing under one gram up to 17 pounds.
DFM (Design For Manufacturability) – Mold Design
At Bright Plastics, we know a successful part starts with a well-designed mold. This complex and precise process determines part manufacturability and lifecycle costs and takes into account the key components of mold design while adhering to a part's unique specifications. Proper mold design and mold building will help reduce cost, increase quality and optimize performance.
We use a Design for Manufacturability (DFM) report to integrate product design and process planning into one common activity. With a thorough DFM, we can:
Reduce time to market
Improve design efficiency
Help in rapid prototyping
Reduce number of parts
Enforce better cost control
Improve chance to automate the process
Streamline accurate assembly
Avoid tight tolerances, beyond the natural capability of the process
During the mold trial and qualification process, part dimensions are checked for accuracy. RJG Scientific injection molding is then used to establish consistent and repeatable production process, which ensures high quality parts. The accuracy of mold design leads to greater production control, economical material uses and better cycle times.
- ISO 9001:2015 Certified - ISO 13485:2016 Certified
- FDA Registered – For our ISO 7 (Class 100,000) cleanroom
- UL Certified
- First Article Inspections (FAI), Production Parts Approval Process
(PPAP), and statistical analyses are performed consistently.
- Production Part Approval Process (PPAP) according to Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG) standards.