Low-Cost Ceramic Prototyping via Injection Molding

Allied Tech Supply, LLC now has a low cost alternative to your advanced ceramic product development needs.
Molded Ceramic Components by ATS
Molded Ceramic Components by ATS
May 15, 2012 - PRLog --   Allied Tech Supply, LLC, a leader in advanced ceramic injection molding, has developed a low-cost molding process to better service your product and material development needs.


  ATS has produced advanced ceramic components for a variety of industries since 2005. Their in-house feedstock capability has allowed ATS to produce components from dozens of different advanced ceramics and composites and provide their customers with the optimum solution.

  Now ATS has developed a low-cost injection molding process for prototyping and product development. This process is a simplified version of their high volume production process and allows them to utilize any of their well established materials. This process still uses steel tools for tight tolerances and good finishes, but at much lower initial investment. This allows ATS's customers to utilize the cost savings of injection molding over machining and realize a low-cost entry into new markets with advanced ceramics. 

   This new process can also be used for material development projects. Since ATS produces feedstock in-house, they are capable of making custom feedstock for your specific application. ATS can also provide test samples from your custom feedstock for evaluation with no tooling cost.

  If you have a demanding application, contact ATS and let their injection molding experts provide you the right solutions. GO to AlliedTechSupply.com to learn more.  ATS - Solutions for the 21st Century!
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Tags:Ceramic injection molding, Advanced Ceramic Molding, Composite Molding, Advanced Ceramics, Ceramic Molding
Industry:Ceramics, Manufacturing
Location:Alpharetta - Georgia - United States
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