South Carolina Plastic Injection Molding

With over forty years of solid and successful custom plastic injection molding experience with an amazing range of solutions for any plastic project, we are a bi-coastal injection molding Bay Area company with a secondary presence in Greenwood South Carolina. Equipped with cutting edge technology and ANAB certification, we have been a trusted production partner by firms such as SONY, Tesla, Life Technologies, VELUX, and many more.

Importance of Closed Loop Water System in Plastic Injection Molding

The injection molding process may seem simple to the casual observer. Plastic is melted to a liquid and then injected into a steel mold to create a durable part. Some not familiar with our industry may not realize that circulating water is typically applied to the mold to revert the liquid back into solid plastic. At both our California and South Carolina locations, JATCO, Incorporated, utilizes energy efficient closed-loop water systems that benefits production quality,...

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Specifying Cosmetics on Plastic Parts

Did you know there is an easy and effective way to specify cosmetics on plastic parts? JATCO, Incorporated follows standardized specifications to help you define your aesthetic expectations for your new molded parts. We can help you identify primary, secondary, and non-cosmetic surfaces, and define limits for cosmetic issues such as specs and blemishes, if applicable. With our many years of experience and our sensitivity to your high- quality cosmetic needs, we can work...

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Made In the USA Plastic Manufacturing Pays Off, BIG TIME

Recently many imported plastic manufactured goods have experienced a severe setback as shipping ports on both coasts haven’t been able to keep up with the large influx of cargo ships.  Inventory has been sitting on the oceanic cargo vessels while port crews work day and night dealing with a massive volume to process, at times inspect, and unload.  The notion that manufacturing plastic injection molded items overseas is the “cheapest way” to produce your...

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