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The company's team of experts will be at booth to discuss micro-moulding requirements.
The company's team of experts will be at booth to discuss micro-moulding requirements. (Source: Accumold)

USA-based Accumold will be exhibiting at the W3+Fair in Wetzlar, Germany, in February.

Micro Moulding – Accumold will be exhibiting at the W3+Fair, which draws the optics, photonics, electronics, mechanics and high-tech sectors together, and allows for technology developers and users working on cutting-edge innovation and product development to network, at the end of February.

For over three decades, Accumold has been pioneering the industrial application of micro moulding across various industry sectors that require affordable, timely, and miniaturised parts and components, while catering to the demand for more complex geometries, using complex to process thermoplastics and tighter tolerances, as the company notes.

At the W3+Fair, Accumold will highlight its range of products manufactured using micro-moulding technology — developed in-house — and invites attendees at the show to discuss their requirements for precision micro-moulded parts. The company's team of experts will be on hand at booth to discuss micro-moulding requirements.

Roger Hargens, president at Accumold, says, “We work with companies that require absolute precision, zero failure rates, and often need to push the boundaries of what is perceived possible in terms of miniaturisation, material use and part complexity.” Hargens notes that to be able to produce extremely precise micro-moulded parts repeatably and to scale up to mass, high-volume manufacturing requires micro moulding partners who need to offer design and material assistance, micro-tool fabrication, proprietary micro-moulding services, cutting-edge metrology, assembly and automation, all of which Accumold offers under one roof.

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