Plastic Injection Molding
Rayco is a full service custom plastic injection molding company. Our expertise ranges from critical tolerance engineering components to standard consumer commodity products. We are capable of producing all of the latest engineered plastic and thermoplastic materials, using the latest molding design techniques including Pro-E design.
See us first when your demands are stretching the limits of plastics molding technology and repeatability, so critical to manufacturing. Our expertise ranges from critical tolerance engineering components to standard consumer commodity products. Don’t trust your product to a molder without a proven track record. A partnership with us provides support form concept and product development through production and quality control.
Rayco has the facility and associates to produce plastic molded parts efficiently and with complete quality assurance. Rayco’s molding operation includes a 40,000 square foot facility in Wyoming, MI with 15 molding machines from 50 ton to 500 ton. Rayco maintains a continuous three shift operation and prides itself in its ability to handle the most demanding requirements with skill and professionalism.
- The molding operation is backed by ample warehouse space allowing for smooth, efficient processing and handling of orders from parts procurement through delivery.
- Rayco offers a complete range of services including:
- Plastic Injection molding of a wide range of thermoplastic materials
- Insert molding capabilities
- Sonic Welding
Insert Molding is a unique process whereby a variety of components (die cast, screw machine, stamped metal, filter media, and other plastics) can be incorporated into plastic. Various features can be created in plastic around these components, such as fasteners, housings, insulators, connectors, etc.
This process is used extensively in the industry because it can take advantage of incorporating many and sometimes all of the features mentioned into one assembly. By taking advantage of the plastics unique design, many manufacturing steps can be eliminated.
This process is typically done using Vertical clamp injection molding machines. The reason for vertical opening and closing of the mold halves is that gravity works with you in keeping components in location Items are positioned in the mold, the mold is held closed and molten plastic is forced in the mold and around the components that are in place. After the parts have cooled, the mold halves are separated and the parts are ejected.