Reaction Injection Molding is the Most Advanced Process for Polyurethane Parts Molding.
“Our first two projects together (Abbott Molecular and Therox) posed plenty of size and shape challenges and the end results are something we can all be proud of. We’re looking forward to our next collaboration and deeply value our relationship.” – Earl Robinson, President, Omnica Corporation
“The ability of RIM Manufacturing to quickly understand our needs and to collaborate on a solution has resulted in a relationship that makes RIM Manufacturing our go-to partner for this type of technology” – Rick Payne, Sr. Dir., Design and Engineering, Flextronics International
While we are one of the most experienced leaders in the business, our plant floor space that exceeds 45,000 square feet and our three-acre site allow us to be flexible in our process, nimble in our response to client needs. And our Central US location in the Dallas/Fort Worth area can save time and cost for transportation.
When you consider all these advantages, you’ll have to have this reaction: RIM Manufacturing is uniquely positioned to accelerate your company’s success.
The slightly longer production time of Reaction Injection Molding is more than offset by its benefits to design, flexibility and cost-efficiency, not to mention the wide ranges of part size, design uniqueness, and overall superiority.
These processes ensure that your customer and end users are going to give your products a better reaction.
Design solid, elastomeric, rigid foam, or flexible foam parts with your precise characteristics of impact resistance, dimensional stability and strength, wear- and corrosion-resistance, thermal insulation and more.
Create polyurethane parts that over-mold other materials like metal, wood or glass or even other parts such as cable, valves or circuitry.
Designs appreciated for enhanced appearance and performance – isn’t that the reaction you’re looking for?
Lead-time to production is also considerably less, reducing your time to achieve profitability. Our parts costs are very competitive with other polyurethane processes and almost always less expensive for parts which are large or have high demands for structural integrity, unusual or complex geometry, and design tolerances. Over-molding and combining several parts into one can bring about further cost savings.
When cost savings combine with production advantages, you get a very positive reaction.