Custom-molded components - Phillips Plastics Corp.

March 4, 2010
For engineering assistance in the early stages of a project, Phillips Plastics Corp. has expertise in R&D, industrial design and prototyping, materials science, and supply-chain management.
For engineering assistance in the early stages of a project, this company has expertise in R&D, industrial design and prototyping, materials science, and supply-chain management. The technical staff focuses on project specs, related standards, and the needs of the customers to determine the best manufacturing process. Traditional injection molding, multishot, micro, insert, and liquid-silicone molding are just a few of the manufacturing options. Components can be made from plastics, ceramics, silicones, powdered metals, and custom materials, depending on project requirements.Phillips Plastics Corp., 1201 Hanley Dr., Hudson, WI 54016, (715) 386-4320, www.phillipsplastics.com/capabilities
About the Author

Kenneth Korane

Ken Korane holds a B.S. Mechanical Engineering from The Ohio State University. In addition to serving as an editor at Machine Design until August 2015, his prior work experience includes product engineer at Parker Hannifin Corp. and mechanical design engineer at Euclid Inc. 

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