Kansas City's Premier Plastics Service Provider, Maron, Offers Customers Innovative Solutions in a Variety of Services
MarCon Solutions is a leading plastic injection blow molding service provider because of their commitment to excellence in every aspect of their business. They have a team of highly skilled and experienced professionals who are dedicated to delivering the highest quality products and services to their customers. They use state-of-the-art equipment and technology to ensure precision and accuracy in every product they produce. Additionally, they have a strict quality control process in place to ensure that every product meets their customer's specifications and expectations. MarCon Solutions' ability to deliver high-quality products and services on time and within budget has earned them a reputation as one of the top providers in the plastic injection molding industry.
The injection molding process is an advanced polymer manufacturing process that utilizes a high-pressure process to transfer molten polymer from a liquid to a mold. The solid polymer is poured into the mold, cools and solidifies into products, finished goods or components to make replacement parts, tools or automotive parts etc. The industry has evolved to be highly competitive. Due to the wide range of benefits that this advanced manufacturing process offers, it is used for production of a variety of products such as plastic bags, bottles and containers, food containers, toys, cosmetic products, electronic devices, automotive parts, medical equipment, toys and sporting goods, among others. For injection molding, the polymer is melted and pumped into a heated chamber called the “injection unit.” A screw, called the injection screw, agitates the liquid polymer and pushes it through a heated nozzle (the “injection die”) to form a layer of polymer that hardens into the shape of the product. Next, the polymer is cooled and withdrawn. The entire process takes place in a single chamber.
The blow molding process is a type of injection molding in which liquid polymers are blown into a mold rather than injected into a mold. This process is also referred to as blown molding, because the polymers are blown into the mold. The polymers are heated and then forced through a heated die and into a mold, where they cool and solidify. In this process, polymers are heated to a temperature above their fusion point. The polymers are then forced through a heated die and into a mold, where they cool and solidify. So, in this process, polymers are heated to a temperature above their fusion point. The polymers are then cooled in the mold and then withdrawn from the mold
Kansas City's premier plastics service provider, MarCon, offers customers innovative solutions in a variety of services. These include plastic injection molding, blow molding, custom bagging and packaging, and custom display solutions.