Mold Design and Tooling

About Mold Design and Tooling

Whether they’re small firms or large global corporations, businesses need to get new products to market fast and efficiently, and we can help.

We can quickly build all-aluminum molds, aluminum-and-steel combinations, or all-steel molds, and the highly qualified engineers from Seaway Plastics Engineering and Wright Engineered Plastics can guide customers to the optimal materials based on:

  • Resin desired for the product
  • Number of anticipated shots
  • The expected life of the mold
  • Other project specifications
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Large & Multi-Part Projects

Large & Multi-Part Projects

Our professional engineering and production teams can handle large, multi-part projects, and our equipment and facilities are designed to meet the most demanding needs of almost any project.

Fast and Flexible

Fast and Flexible

Seaway’s on-site tool rooms in Port Richey have the capability for fast and flexible mold making and repair, and our mold designers and CNC programmers use the most advanced software to meet the tooling needs of our customers’ projects.

Capabilities

Capabilities

Our mold design and tooling capabilities allow us to meet tight deadlines and our tooling warehouse in Port Richey features the following:

  • 16 CNC machines including 5-axis machines
  • 3 Electronic Discharge machines (EDM both wire & sinker)
  • Makino wire CNC
  • Makino sinker CNC
  • 10-ton crane
  • Fully equipped tool room

Featured Case Study About Mold Design and Tooling

Looking to extend their innovation in the surgical realm, this medical device company devised a new surgical arm to assist in different operations. Having so many moving parts that needed to meet different requirements, many manufacturers would have had to outsource for some parts. This then increased not only the complexity of the supply chain but also time spent per part. That’s where Seaway’s mold design and tooling comes in.

Testimonials

An Outstanding Commitment to Quality

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