Why Would you Want to Overmold?
There are a lot of reasons to overmold. Among the most common are the following:
As a means to break up color (aesthetic impacts).
To provide a soft grip surface around a part of separate material.
To add flexible areas to a rigid part.
To eliminate assembly line time. Instead of manufacturing a metal tool and a plastic hand grip separately and then joining the two together manually or with automation, you can just overmold the metal tool with a plastic hand grip and eliminate the need for assembly altogether.
To capture one part inside of another without having to use fasteners or adhesives.
In summary, overmolding is regularly used to manufacture parts, sub-sections of parts, and for prototype development. To receive a quote or start a discussion about your overmolding project please visit Abery Mol的& Plastics Co. Ltd here.