July 16, 2016
New Product, new moulder?
5 good reasons why.
We hear all the time that companies stay with plastic injection moulders even ones they aren’t particularly happy with, because the pain of moving all those tools, paying all outstanding bills and the teething period a new relationship brings, just seems like too much hard work and they’d rather stop with ‘the devil they know!’
What Counterplas have found when talking to companies who have a new product being designed, it’s an easier starting point for a new relationship, as it doesn’t have all the complications involved in breaking up with the incumbent moulder.
Developing a new product together is a much better way of eventually moving away from your moulder that you’re not happy with.
5 good reasons why…
Have you a new product planned for 2016?
Then consider Counterplas as your new value added moulding and product assembly partner to help you develop your new product, we have a proven track record in helping companies do this.
January 08th, 2018
We have invested in a new CNC routing system for production of illuminated bespoke street furniture for a new client in Germany. A ‘blank’ is injection moulded and then routed to provide one of 270 variants.
September 14th, 2017
There are many reasons why a company wants to move an existing tool, market trends being one of them. Around 2009 large quantities of tools were being moved to Asia to take advantage of cost reduction opportunities due to low labour costs.
June 30th, 2017
So you want to get a part made? – Costly processing mistakes can be made without a good design. By keeping to some simple rules of part design, not only will your part be easier to manufacture and assemble, but should withstand the test of time.