American Technical Molding
American Tool & Mold helps customers realize their potentials with unique conceptual design efficiency and lean manufacturing.
Emilia earned a Mechanical Engineering degree graduating with National Deans List Honors from USF in 2001.
With many years of experience in various roles at ATM and the mentoring of the company's founder, Emilia is taking ATM to the next level of Operational Excellence.
When a specific design requires combining multiple plastic materials into one finished part, the cost-effective process known as overmolding may be the solution you need.
Overmolding is a good choice if you want to mold a rubber piece onto a piece of hard plastic. Examples of this process would include:
- Soft-grip pens
- Disposable razor handles
- Ergonomic kitchen utensils
Overmolding: Combine Hard Plastic with Soft Rubber
Overmolding combines plastics with materials like rubber to form a completed part.
- A two step process, the overmolding process uses a pre-formed plastic part placed into a mold
- The second material is then injected into the mold, covering all or part of the first part