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Accumold has invented a new method of micro molding that'll surely change the path of this industry. Micro molding has so many uses and is used in various industries. It's the most delicate type of welding and is mostly carried out with minute objects. This form of nanotechnology is used for molding jewelry, mending casts and tiny widgets. A welding microscope is required to carry out the work. Recently, Accumold, one of the biggest names in this type of molding has brought up a new method of welding that can produce finer works than before. The experts can concentrate solely on the laser beam and get their job done quickly. They provide excellent results with objects weighing just one gram.
The spokesperson from the company mentioned about the difficulties for working with such small things as he sates, "Micro molding is a tough job and only those who have experience in injection molding will be able to do it. Not only that he should have specialized into micro molding and able to handle bulk order and deliver professional quality micro items where each should be same in size and shape and the special microscopic feature is maintained. It is not enough to buy a plane micro molding machine and micro molds and start the business. This is because if you cannot supply quality products then there is no use to venture into the field."
The people who work in micro molding must be very experienced in their work and need to put in a lot of both effort and concentration. Accumold has the best of personnel and devices to get the best quality products.
Back in 1985, Accumold was born in a rented garage. It’s one of the oldest companies which started micro molding and is still surviving. Their chief goal was to prepare minute parts which other companies aren’t able to manufacture. They’ve their products supplied in industries associated with Micro Electronics, Automotive, Fiber/Optic, Medical, and Military.
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