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Many of us use products every day that were manufactured with an overmolding process. But what is it, and how can your product design benefit? Learn more about this injection-molding process and how the unique properties of overmolding can offer comfort and structure to handheld products or alternatives to traditional gasket construction. Read more “What Is Overmolding & How Does The Overmolding Process Work?”


PET Plastics are suitable for industrial and consumer markets and is food safe | RSP


Did you know that PET plastic is an eco-friendlier option than many other plastic materials? It’s suited to more than just plastic bottles. Learn about PET’s unique mix of properties over the alternatives, and find out the advantages of manufacturing with versatile, durable, lightweight PET.

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3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing (AM), is a process that adds material to create an object. This is the opposite of CNC machining, which is subtractive manufacturing, as it removes material to create an object. Injection molding is neither additive or subtractive, since it simply takes existing material and “molds” it into a different shape. Read more “3D Printing vs. Plastic Injection Molding: How to Decide”