B A Die Mold Celebrates 50 Years in Business in 2018

The company is known for its patented Programmable Electric Rotating Core (PERC) System for unscrewing molds.

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According to B A Die Mold Inc., the “B A” in the company name stands for “bad ass,” meaning “of formidable strength or skill,” as defined by Merriam-Webster. The company, known for its patented Programmable Electric Rotating Core (PERC) System for unscrewing molds, is celebrating 50 years in business in 2018.

B A Die Mold builds small- to medium-sized, complex molds primarily for the medical device, water filtration, automotive, beauty and caps and closures industries. Services include mold and new product design, as well as re-engineering of existing products, using 3D solid modeling. Rapid prototyping and prototype molds, in-house mold sampling and short-run production services are also available. B A Die Mold says that its customers, which include other mold builders, continually have endorsed B A Die Mold with testimonials, which are available at the company’s testimonials page online.

Alan Petrucci, company founder and CEO, was honored by the American Mold Builders Association (AMBA) as the AMBA 2011 Mold Builder of the Year. In addition, B A Die Mold was a founding AMBA member. Alan, alongside his daughter and president, Francine Petrucci, continue to serve on the AMBA’s Chicago Chapter board of directors, and Alan is a past director of AMBA’s national board. Francine is a 2018 editorial advisory board member for MoldMaking Technology.