Cleveland Polymer Technologies
Part flatness, hole location, hole diameter, and feature measurement are all measures of precision.
The manufacturing facility includes multiple overhead cranes of various lifting capacity, temperature and humidity controlled production room, automated aggregate weigh and dispensing system, full size heated and ventilated painting booth (30' x 12'), three finishing booths with independent in-wall built-in dust collection system, multi frequency, high capacity vibratory compaction table to handle up to 55,000 lbs gross weight. Our Quality Inspection department is equipment with a B&S Global CMM (2m x 1.5m x 1.2m), a FARO 9' arm portable CMM, a Hansford Manual CMM (60" x 42" x 36") and a variety of gages. CPT holds two Solid Works seats and offers part and mold design in house. In addition we provide Finite Element Analysis for complex designs upon request. CPT's management has over 15 years experience in the design, manufacturing and sales of polymer castings in the US, Europe, Asia and Middle East.
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Mineral casting, unlike cast iron or steel, is cast at room temperature, otherwise referred to as "Cold Process." Many components such as steel slide ways, linear rails, ball screws, inserts, wire ducts, coolant troughs and ducts can be cast into the part during the casting process. All these components become an integral part of the finished casting. The Cold Process enables polymer concrete to integrate both plastic and metal into one casting eliminating many steps, which significantly reduces the machine's assembly time. The customer benefits from receiving a ready to assemble base and a reduction of MRP requirements. Polymer concrete castings can often be cast to finished tolerances thus eliminating the need for finish machining. All feature cast tolerances depend on the mold's accuracy and construction material.
Dr. Alain E. Kaloyeros, Senior Vice President and CEO of CNSE, said, "The announcement that Cleveland Polymer Technologies will remain and grow in New York State is testimony to the success of New York‘s innovative strategy to build a world-class nanotechnology ecosystem, as embodied by the leadership and advocacy of Assembly Majority Leader Canestrari, under the overarching vision, support and guidance of Governor Cuomo and Assembly Speaker Silver. New York is winning the global competition to attract high-tech jobs, companies and investment by leveraging the unparalleled assets and resources of the UAlbany NanoCollege to give new vibrancy to urban areas, revitalize brownfields, invigorate landmark facilities and historical assets such as the Watervliet Arsenal, and create new opportunities to drive economic development and community renaissance."