Every computer, audio device, smart phone, digital camera requires plastic housings, circuit boards and wiring to function. And as today, the obvious reduction in size of everyday household appliances, electrical, communication and information devices showing the extent to which products containing electronic components have been reduced in size. Which means, we will need miniaturized and precise plastic components for those shrinking devices.
The solution to miniaturize the components is micro-electronic molding. We THY Precision specialize in manufacturing those tiny and high precision plastic electronic parts. And we can provide professional, experienced ODM and OEM services. Contact us without hesitation if you are looking for good quality micro electronics molding manufacturer. We welcome your inquiry for any types of micro molding in anytime.
Today, micro optics molding are used widely in medical applications such as endoscopes and ophthalmic systems, in industrial inspection equipment, in laser-based devices and fiber communication networks, in modern smart phones, and any devices using digital camera technology, ambient light or proximity sensors.
The use of precision plastic optics is becoming an increasing necessity as products demand sophisticated light handling components to achieve desired results. Wherever light is involved, micro-optics offer a possibility for OEMs to further miniaturize a product, and increase its functionality.
Essentially any application that calls for an optical component, whether for imaging, scanning, machine vision, medical, or general illumination, is a candidate for using a polymer optic. The list of potential applications is large and growing. Micro optics molding can be thought of as an important enabling technology allowing the successful development of many types of devices. THY Precision can provide any types of customized micro optics molding products. Contact us if you have any needs of micro optics, or any relative products.
Micro molding is a form of plastic injection molding for making parts. And one of the fastest-growing markets for micro devices is the medical field. Some components can be quite small but relatively simple, while others conceal great complexity in a very small space.
Since micro molding is a technology that can produce tiny, complex, and feature-rich components efficiently, and cost-effectively, it can provide high-quality parts with high dimensional accuracy, which is crucial for sensitive medical applications such as small molded catheter tips, microneedles, small surgical instruments, dental components and infection control devices, and staples. Other sophisticated mini-machines might use microfluidic pumps to deliver small doses of medicine. We THY Precision specialized in micro medical molding and production. We welcome your inquiry for medical molding and other related products.
Micro Molding is the tiny-scale molding form of injection molding that entails building a cavity to match the shape of the part you want to make. It is a highly specialized manufacturing process that produces extremely small, high-precision thermoplastic parts and components with micron tolerances.
There are three different things to keep in mind with micromolding:
1. Micro means the size of the part. It is the most common definition when dealing with micromolding.
2. Micro features relates to tiny parts on a larger part. As a whole, the part can be big, but its components can be smaller, or micro features.
3. Micro intolerance is how the parts are measured and how close to the needed measurement the part has to be considered a good or usable part. When a part is molded, it has to measure within the needed measurement (the tolerance), which could be as small as a thousandth of an inch. Small parts that are simple to make have tolerances that are not as tight and would be considered regular molding.
Micromolding is made from a variety of commonplace thermoplastic moldable materials that include PEEK, PEI, liquid crystal polymer and nylon. Some micromolding parts can be made of durometer or elastomeric as well. They can also be made of optical-grade and medical-grade materials for medical device parts. The types of materials used allow for the size of molds to be smaller than the size of a dime.