High precision, multi-material insert molded components utilized in a variety of applications
Beyonics offers this unique manufacturing process, combining metal and plastic into a single unit. The process uses engineering plastics for improved wear resistance, tensile strength and weight reduction and uses metallic materials for strength and conductivity. The result is a single heterogeneous composite that provides superior functional performance to other manufacturing alternative for products requiring mission-critical applications in healthcare, automotive and technology industries.
Insert injection molding is widely employed in the medical industry to produce medical devices like syringes, catheters, surgical instruments, and implantable devices. It enables the incorporation of metal or plastic inserts with features such as fluid channels, electrodes, or drug delivery systems, ensuring precise functionality and biocompatibility.
Insert molding is extensively used in the automotive sector for producing components like connectors, switches, sensors, and ADAS components. It allows the integration of metal inserts for threaded fasteners, electrical contacts, and reinforcement structures, resulting in cost-effective, durable and reliable automotive parts.
Insert molding is a valuable technique used to manufacture high-quality components and parts and is widely used in the technology industry. It involves incorporating inserts, such as metal inserts or electrical contacts, into molded plastic, resulting in strong and durable finished products. Insert molding enhances the structural integrity, functionality, and performance of industrial components, making them suitable for various applications. Whether it’s producing tooling and machinery components, electrical enclosures, sensors, or fluid handling systems, insert molding offers the advantage of streamlined production, reduced assembly steps, and improved product reliability.
The process uses engineering plastics for improved wear resistance, tensile strength and weight reduction and uses metallic materials for strength and conductivity.View All Locations