Mold & Die Components
IMS Company (Chagrin Falls, OH ) offers an assortment of wear plates, ejector pins, bushings, parting line locks, and several other types of components for the plastics processing and metal stamping industries.
IMS Company expanded its total product line of Mold & Die Components to over 8,000 total SKUs. IMS Company’s expanded assortment of wear plates, ejector pins, bushings, parting line locks, and several other types of components now provide one of the most extensive offerings to the plastics processing and metal stamping industries.
IMS Company’s Mold & Die components have been designed specifically for the needs of the plastics and metal stamping industries. Using the industry’s best wear resistant materials, aluminum bronze and graphite inserts, the IMS Mold & Die Components guarantee increased durability and lowered maintenance costs over the lifespan of the components. As a result the manufacturers save precious time and money.
Every Mold & Die component offered from IMS Company are made to assist manufacturers with guiding linear movement, providing proper alignment, and ejecting of the part from the mold or die. IMS Company understands the importance of quality and precision for their customers’ applications, and guarantee that their components will meet and exceed the specifications our customers expect.
The continued effort of the IMS Company for their expanded product and services capabilities to the plastics and metal stamping industries ensures that their customer’s needs will be met. Whether it be designing a part for a specific application or providing one of over 50,000+ standard products from their warehouses, IMS Company has the product that is right for you. If a new product is not what you are looking for, IMS Company also has the capabilities to repair and refurbish screws, barrels, end caps, and much more.
The importance of plastic part traceability and how to achieve it.
Simple cylinder calculations provide good first look comparisons for proper sizing when moldmakers are considering the most suitable side-action option early in the mold design.
Successful production of plastic components associated with the extrusion, injection and compression molding greatly depends on the mold material selection.