6/4/2019

Tooling Shop Handles Single Source and Multi-Tool Programs

Originally titled 'Tooling Shop Handles Single Source and Multi-Tool Programs'
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Aalbers Tool & Mold handles single source and multi-tool programs.

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Aalbers Tool & Mold handles single source and multi-tool programs. The company specializes in production injection tooling of all finishes, including grain/texture, painted, chrome plated, cloth molded, non-show parts and wrapped parts. They perform DFM/FEAS analysis of part data and develop solutions to improve moldability of the part while maintaining a robust quality tool. Utilizing state of the art design software and machinery along with a professional toolmaking team, the company completes in-house solutions for complete builds of customers’ tools and keeps weekly timeline reports of tooling process.

 

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Aalbers Tool & Mold

Booth: 400

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