Customers Trust First American Plastic Molding Enterprise for Cutting-Edge Services in Printing 3-D Models, Test Components and Fixtures
Online PR News – 13-December-2011 – – SOUTH BELOIT – First American Plastic Molding Enterprise, a leader in plastic insert molding and standard injection molding, improves project efficiency with services in “3-D printing” for high-quality working models, fixtures and test components.
“Imagine having a functional test component simply by feeding numbers into a machine and waiting a few short hours,” said Steve Erickson, a vice president at First American Plastic Molding Enterprise. “The Stratasys 3-D Printer is a revolutionary tool that effectively shortens development, production and delivery times, and your ability to streamline the process means you can price your products more competitively.”
The process involves feeding dimensional information from CAD software into the Stratasys machine. Printing can be completed within a platform of 10 by 10 by 12 inches, and components are formed in layer thickness of 0.010 or 0.013. The machine can produce parts, jigs, fixtures and models for low-volume thermoplastic. Available in nine colors, structures are made from soy-based biodegradable materials that can be easily removed.
First American Plastic Molding Enterprise is a leading plastic insert molding and standard injection molding company known for such services as mold design, maintenance and repair and climate-controlled storage. Additional services include design takeover for incomplete projects and design guidance.
“At First American Plastic, our 3-D printing services are just one element of what we have to offer,” Erickson said. “We guide you throughout your entire project, from design and development scheduling to final production, so contact us today to learn how we can help you.”
About First American Plastic Molding Enterprise
First American Plastic Molding Enterprise (http://www.firstamericanplastic.com) is a custom provider of thermoplastic injection molding manufacturing solutions for companies throughout most industries. They operate two facilities in the United States. Its enterprise headquarters in South Beloit, Illinois, is a 39,000 sq. ft. facility located 75 miles northwest of Chicago; its Ocean Springs, Mississippi, facility covers 22,000 sq. ft. and is located near Biloxi on the Mississippi Gulf coast.