We develop and create plastic injection moulds and parts for a great variety of sectors. Adapting to the particularities of customers has given us enough experience to offer a comprehensive service, providing very high reliability.
Here are some of our recent projects in detail:
Nestable container and Dolly Platform
We developed a complete logistics set of box + Dolly for picking in an automated warehouse, in coordination with the manufacturer of the warehouse’s automaton of a company that was a well-known online platform. Stackable, nestable boxes, with spacers, reinforced bottom and high resistance to meet flexural and breaking restrictions. Box weight is adapted to customer’s requirements, together with a highly versatile Dolly that allows creating joined platforms.
We developed a project of 3 identical boxes for a well-known Brazilian brewery. The goal was to replace an older traditional style box, with no ad space, by a new box (4G).
Furthermore, the border between the safe and the unsafe part must be perfectly delimited, ensuring the influence of unsafe parts on safety functions. In addition, the weight of the box was reduced considerably, producing significant savings.
We worked for an important German logistics firm creating the mould for a foldable crate, of different height versions.
En Moldblade nos encargamos del desarrollo íntegro de producto, cálculos estructurales y reológicos para conseguir una resistencia óptima en condiciones de uso muy severas.
Espora’s award-winning and patented system is a sustainable, safe, modular, easy-to-install option for green, flat, or sloped roofs. Among many of the benefits, the thermal and acoustic insulation of buildings stands out.
Our participation in the project ranges from product engineering, through manufacturing polypropylene modules to development and industrialization co-financing.
Fishhooks used for deep-sea fishing are usually made of plastic. The idea grew out, together with our client, to develop water-soluble fishhook solutions to ensure decomposition in the sea. It was quite a challenge to adjust the designs to new materials.
Polylactide (PLA) cutlery
For a regular customer, we developed a design our usual disposable cutlery moulds adapting to the available bioplastics.
The challenge required making prototype moulds and testing the available design, as well as compound variants until an optimal result was achieved. We are also working on updating the range of cutlery in organic origin material (corn).
Our partner Essentia (formerly Propilco), a multinational manufacturer of PP, collaborated with us in the development of new PP solutions in the field of beverage stoppers.
Manufacturing prototype moulds has allowed us to test different compounds and optimize the material, as well as redefine the design requirements in the new caps and plugs.
Caps for clusters
This time, we help our customer to industrialize, optimizing in-depth the design and testing materials for its patent for clusters of beverage cans.
In order to replace the currently grouped cardboard or PVC systems, we offer a hygienic, ecological (bio-compostable and water-soluble) and practical solution.
Staying one step ahead of the market, we introduced this solution before it was mandatory. Moldblade provided all mould development, analysis, testing and tests.
Systematized algae farming is a much more economical solution for this type of vegetable so appreciated in food, cosmetics, and many other applications.
Moldblade collaborated developing this project from its conception. A majority of plastic parts joined to several metal parts are together to offer a totally new and groundbreaking system.