5/14/2019

Mold Shop Meets Tight Tolerances for Precision Parts

Originally titled 'Mold Shop Meets Tight Tolerances for Precision Parts'
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So Mei Plastic Technology's engineers and technicians have comprehensive training with years of on-the-job experience using the latest tooling technology, so they meet requirements and expectations quickly and economically.

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So Mei Plastic Technology's engineers and technicians have comprehensive training with years of on-the-job experience using the latest tooling technology, so they meet requirements and expectations quickly and economically. For injection molding, the company can meet tight tolerances as high as ±0.0008-inch required for precision parts. The company makes an idea blueprint become a reality plastic part.

 

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So Mei Plastic Technology

Booth: 1232

 

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