We are recognized by Solvay Advanced Polymers as a leading Torlon molder with intimate material knowledge and extensive post cure experience. We design our process to meet your needs.
Our Toyo injection-compression molding machines combined with our experience processing Torlon enables us to do what others cannot: precision tolerances, zero draft, selective fiber orientation and heavy cross sections. Many of these parts are finished machined to print in house.
The Drake Difference
- Injection molding is the most cost effective conversion route for higher volume parts.
- Today, we mold parts with annual quantities between 100 and 500,000 parts.
- Hard to machine geometries are best molded to final form when molded tolerances are functional.
- Near Net Shapes offer a balance between the cost effective conversion of injection molding and the precision of CNC machining.
Near Net Shapes – What are their benefits?
Near net shapes are great for geometries that result in a poor machining yield from a stock shape or those requiring complex tools that are not cost justified by the volume of parts.
Having trouble molding or sourcing a Torlon part?
Let us apply our process know-how to arrive at the most cost effective process to manufacture your Torlon parts. We will work with your existing tooling or develop new tooling.