Insert Molding —
During this process plastic is injected into the mold around an insert, that’s been placed in the tooling prior to injection. The product pictured above left demonstrates the use of insert molding and welding. The center hub is insert molded into the bottom half. The top half is molded separately and welded to the bottom to produce the completed assembly. The completed part is then laser inspected for TIR and balance. Learn More
 

Everyone knows a good mold makes a good finished product. At Wabash, we certainly believe that's true. We think "good" doesn't quite fit our standards. At Wabash, we like to say this — the best molds make the best finished products. That's just what we deliver, providing our customers with products that fit their needs — and exceed their expectations.

With an exceptional team of engineers ready to help our customers optimize their mold designs, we’re committed to getting it right from the start. After your design is completed, the custom tooling process begins, strictly monitored to insure the highest quality from our molds, including both domestic and off-shore tooling sources — all the while providing status reports to keep our customers informed along the way.

So what does all this mean for our customers? Simple. It allows us to deliver high quality tools to produce the correct parts at cost competing prices. Because, when you do something right the first time, there's no excess spent on false starts and do-overs. With our vast experience and dedication to the job at hand, you can rest easy knowing that Wabash delivers — on time, every time.

That's the Wabash Difference.

   
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