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Advanced assembly & testing - Advanced Assembley & Testing


Advanced assembly & testing

Advanced assembly and testing encompasses the instances where there's a requirement for operations which take place after the moulding process.

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At AKI we have more than 40 years' experience and knowledge to aid us in our extensive range of assembling and testing capabilities. Our reputation as problem-solvers within the plastic injection moulding industry gives us the confidence to say that we can tackle any advanced operations thrown our way.

In order to provide our customers with the best service possible, our well-equipped assembly area is equipped with tools which we use to carry out a diverse range of assembly operations. These extra processes are aimed at adding value to products while at the same time reducing costs for our customers.

  • Inserting
    - Ease of assembly; increased part functionality; increased component value; good part consistency
  • Heat inserting
    - Increased functionality; low part degradation; high level of quality
  • Heat staking
    - Low maintenance; cost effective; high repeatability
  • Ultrasonic welding (from single sonotrodes to complex mother and daughter sonotrodes)
    - Very neat weld seams; high level of quality; low cycle times
  • Hermetic sealing (welds up to pressure tests of 40 bar)
    - Perfect seal to keep out air, moisture, and other contaminants
  • Single point and multi-point welding
  • Polishing
  • Drilling

We have many different options which we can offer around the assembly of our customers' products:

  • General assembly
  • Multi-component assembly
  • Goods integration and assembly
  • Six axis robotics and assembly
  • Bowl feeding components for assembly
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Injection moulding

Many of the mould tools we run in our moulding machines have complex cores which operate in a plane 90 degrees to the tool opening plane.

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