Group Highlights Increased Capacity, One-Stop-Shop Services
The Maximum Mold Group of companies says its mold builders can bring a project from concept to mold sampling all from one source.
The Maximum Mold Group of companies highlights its increased capacity and ability to serve as a one-stop shop for companies that need trim dies, plastic injection molds and die cast dies. Its mold builders can bring a project from concept to mold sampling all from one source. It specializes in CNC EDM, wire EDM, five-axis milling and reverse engineering. Maximum Mold was established in 1996 with a single purpose—to provide customers a better alternative for Tooling Development. Maximum Mold says it knows that customers deserve a better partner who understands their business, their needs, their challenges and their realities. The company says that by using its state-of-the-art equipment and engineering and design software, its team is committed to providing die cast manufacturers and plastic manufacturers with the finest, most efficiently designed, high-quality, long lasting tooling possible.
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