Plastics Fabrication Technology Company Presents New Method in Custom Enclosure Manufacturing

NMR Technology (No Molds Required) is a technology Envision Plastics and Design uses to manufacture custom plastic panels, plastic electronic enclosures, displays and other plastic parts with no tooling or molds. NMR fits lower volume production from prototypes to several thousand parts per year.

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The NMR Technology offers a great new way to manufacture custom plastic enclosures for endless electronic applications.

White Bear Lake, MN (PRWEB) December 18, 2013

Engineers and Project Managers utilize the No Molds Required Technology (NMR) for their plastic applications in varying ways. Some use it for panels, shields, brackets, or other miscellaneous projects that benefit from manufacturing with no tooling. However, most product applications of NMR are plastic electronic enclosures. In the past, designers have used off the shelf enclosures, cheap project boxes from the hardware store, sheet metal housings, or maybe even unnecessarily purchased a mold for their parts. The NMR Technology offers a great new way to manufacture custom plastic enclosures for endless electronic applications.

When asked about the benefits of NMR vs. other manufacturing options, Envision Plastics Sales and Marketing Manager Brian DuFresne stated, “NMR offers many advantages: Design flexibility at any point in the projects lifecycle, custom designed housings - no standoffs to add or remove, hole cutouts are exactly where they are needed, parts reach the marketplace sooner since there is no tooling development time, are made from a wide variety of material options, offer custom color options with no painting required, are built to typical sheet metal fabrication tolerances, and most importantly- no tooling costs.”

It’s easy to see why NMR has broken into the marketplace and is being utilized by a variety of firms, from garage entrepreneurs to Fortune 500 companies such as Ingersoll Rand, GE Healthcare, and Intel.