Injection Molding and CNC Machined Parts as Quick as 1-15 Days

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Xcentric provides expert rapid manufacturing capabilities for injection molded and CNC machined parts, now produced in as little as 1-15 days without design concessions.

Xcentric, a U.S.-based plastic injection molder, has introduced its rapid manufacturing capabilities for injection molding and CNC machined parts. Customers can order parts to be custom-produced by the company in as little as 1-15 days with no design concessions. The organization’s injection mold making, design, and manufacturing services are all completed at its Michigan facility.

Initial prototypes and short runs, from 1 up to 100’s of parts, are available. The company works with the customer throughout the design, prototyping, and injection molding process. Once the Initial prototypes are approved by the customer, Xcentric can provide low volume production in numbers from 100s of units up to 15,000 +. Engineered grade materials are used for each project, regardless of complexity. In addition to engineered resins, the manufacturer will work with general purpose resins where necessary.

With the Xpress Parts service, customers can order injection molded parts in sizes up to 24 x 24 inches with no design concessions and unlimited undercuts even when Overmolding or insert molding is needed. These options are ideal for customization and meeting any requirements related to the customer’s innovative part design. For CNC machined parts, the XpressCut service takes the customers 3D CAD model and produces precision components using 3, 4, and 5-axis machining. Parts up to 24 x 36 x 7 inches can be cut from metal or plastic and feature a variety of surface finishes.

Customers also benefit from the injection molding process and CNC machined parts services because the company:

●    Provides an alternative that most other manufacturers can’t match, which takes them much longer to produce prototypes and final orders. Xcentric uses its advanced Mold making system and equipment together with its Proprietary Software and processes which reduce the time to market from months down to weeks or even days.

●    Performs all work in house at a manufacturing facility located in the USA. Customers can work directly with Xcentric at this state-of-the-art, high-tech facility.

●    Makes quality the number one priority for every project. Xcentric provides maximum part quality while keeping costs down and adhering to its fast delivery goals.

Timeliness, state-of-the-art manufacturing, and quality are not the only benefits the company has to offer customers. Xcentric also provides price quotes in hours not days, so customers know just how their product initiatives will fit in to their budgets. The company also provides a free design review, so all parties involved have insight into the final product’s manufacturability. A free mold flow analysis is even included, so the part design receives optimal attention before the manufacturing process begins.

Xcentric’s injection molding and CNC machining services are ideal for product designers and engineers in numerous industries, including electronics, communications, medical, pharmaceutical, agricultural, defense, sporting goods, consumer’s products and many more. Customers can also choose the type of plastic material they want; thousands of engineered grade resins are available. For more details on the company’s rapid prototyping capabilities and the injection molding and CNC machining services, click here.

About Xcentric Mold & Engineering

A U.S-based plastic injection molding manufacturer, Xcentric Mold & Engineering employs a Experienced group of designers and mold makers. The company has implemented ISO 9001:2008 compliant processes and uses energy-efficient, electric machines capable of 100% repeatability. In business since 1996, plus a dedication to lean manufacturing, economical prices, and the latest in technology ensures customer satisfaction with every project.

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