Lerner Molded Plastics
Obviously, you’ll need to purchase a large injection molding machine in order to produce parts in-house, which is a large investment.
As the leading large part molding specialists in Ohio, with a series of high tonnage presses for injection molding. We also offer large part rotational molding, blow molding and thermoforming. Lerner offers thermoset and thermoplastic processing with custom coloring capabilities. Most notably, we can help our clients at each step of the plastics manufacturing process from prototyping to production. We also offer mold and tooling design services as well as finishing services, logistical support and supply chain management.
With our advanced blow molding equipment and capabilities, we can create plastic parts with complex designs, multiple cavities, and sizes ranging from small to large. We also offer a variety of secondary services to enhance our blow molding processes. Our secondary processes include ultrasonic welding, post-molding assembly, and part decorating. In addition, Lerner Molded Plastics provides complete supply chain services including sourcing, packaging, warehousing, inventory control, Kanbans, and logistical support.
The housing featured dimensions of 3.12″ in length, 1.625″ in width, 4.625″ in height, with an outside diameter of 3.00″. The fan had an outside diameter of 2.670″, and a height of .869″. Both sections were required to meet dimensional tolerances of ±0.005″, and angular tolerances of ±0.5°. All of our manufacturing processes are subject to stringent quality measure; these two components received dimensional inspections prior to assembly and delivery. We currently manufacture 30,000 sets of these parts annually.
Blow molding is a manufacturing process that involves turning plastic material into a hollow plastic component. The first step is melting and extruding plastic pellets into a tube (i.e., parison). The tube is then enclosed within a pre-formed mold. Next, air is blown into the contained tube to force the material to conform to the shape of the mold. Finally, the material is allowed to cool and harden so it maintains the hollow form. The process can be used to manufacture parts and products in various shapes and sizes.