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Europe
Spain
Address of headquarters:

C/ Conde Altea, 22, 10 – 46006 Valencia

Phone number: +34 96 329 07 95

Production plant

Avenida Valencia, 9
03420 Castalla (Alicante)

Italy
Office address

Via Ancona, 162017 Porto Recanati (MC)

Phone number: +39 3357090851

America
Mexico
Production plant

Turmalina, 18
La Joya Ixtacala

54160 Tlalnepantla de Baz

Colombia
Production plant

Carrera 69 bis #37b – 53 Sur
Barrio Carvajal, Bogotá
Phone number: +57 314 8898586

Peru
Office address

Loma de Los Suspiros, 312 Int.
F-304, Lima 33, Lima
Phone numbers: +5112743637 / +51997613610 / +51998877857

Argentina
Office address

Güemes 1433, Avellaneda

Buenos Aires

WhatsApp: +54 1164954421

Mobile phone number: +54 1164954421

Asia
China
Production plant

5, Pu Ding Gong Ye Yi Road
Youganpu, Fenggang Town
Dongguan, Guangdong

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    FAQ

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    It depends a lot on the part. The manufacture of small moulds can take 6-8 weeks. Large moulds (from 4T) may take 13-15 weeks.

    Our internal team is able to develop practically any kind of plastic part. Our
    experience after having produced more than 2 300 moulds will allow us to know the features and requirements of each sector. We are confident that we will offer guaranteed results thanks to our high level of know-how, regarding materials and the internal capacity for Moldflow analysis, structural calculation, and prototyping.

    We manufacture from 120 to 170 moulds per year. Moldblade is
    especially suitable for multi-piece projects since it is capable of absorbing projects with many pieces. For instance, we have done up to 58, at the same time, with hardly any alteration to usual delivery dates.

    90% of the moulds are produced at our Dongguan plant. The rest in Spain.

    No, it is not. We are manufacturing moulds for many customers. They own injection machines for production. We also have clients who gave their moulds to us to be injected (called “transfer moulds”). And, of course, some customers need a complete service. This has the advantage of providing a single interlocutor being responsible for monitoring the process. This is typically the case when the customer does not have their own machinery.

    Regarding injection, we manufacture pieces of up to 5 kg. This includes large pieces like chairs, buckets, garden tables, etc. In case a customer would only request moulds to be injected outside, we would then manufacture moulds of up to 14 T, which can sometimes be
    parts of 10-12 kg.

    The aim is to amortize the mould concerning the number of parts to be produced since the initial cost of the mould is high. Therefore, it is worth for productions of a given
    volume. However, sometimes, even for low print runs, injection is imposed due to the quality and result that this offers.

    When we need to produce between 10 and 100 parts, a good option is casting using a silicone mould. This allows us to obtain parts with an acceptable functional and aesthetic level. We also provide that service. For smaller productions,
    3D printing or plastic CNC machining are usually the best solutions.

    A prototype mould is a very good option to test the result of a part before making a major investment and, thus, be able to ensure the design. For us, it is very frequent in multi-cavity moulds and, over a certain number of cavities, it is essential. It is also interesting when the design presents unknowns or when there are parts of an assembly where all must fit together.

    It is a mould that injects several different parts at the same time. It is viable when the pieces are not very different in size or geometry and they have a similar way of being injected.

    Ideally, provide 3D and a 2D drawing with critical tolerances. This can sometimes be replaced by a sketch or
    an image with main exterior measurements where the geometry can be appreciated. In addition, it is convenient to provide information on functionality, materials, requirements, and restrictions, along with the estimated production level.

    Yes, of course. For that, you have to know the application and technical specifications of the part. With this information in hand, we can suggest the most suitable material. It must be previously defined since each
    component has its own contraction. Sometimes, when in doubt, more than one can be tested with the finished mould if the shrinkage is similar between different materials.

    Initially, there is engineering work on the part.
    Depending on the production level, it can
    be a simple optimization for injection, filling analysis
    and suggestion of changes to full development on the basis of an idea. After acceptance by the customer of the 3D,
    a prototype is usually manufactured, generally
    ABS machining or 3D printed. After the final acceptance,
    mould manufacturing will begin. Periodically,
    the customer is regularly kept informed about the progress and the
    estimated termination date. When tested, samples will be sent
    to the customer for further analysis. In the event that any design modification would have to be made to ensure the optimal result, the mould will then be modified according to the iterations required until the part will be compliant. Thus, the mould is ready to be produced.

    Yes, of course. CNC machining in ABS / PC / PA, and 3D printing.

    Yes, of course. Although it may not be ideal, it is common there will be a change in the mould once finished the process of seeking to improve some aspect of the part.

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