Custom Moulding

Plastic injection moulding of technically challenging components is our core business, and one in which CHK has demonstrated excellence since its inception. We specialise in product design, material selection, tool design and competitive pricing, coupled with the ability to produce both long and short production runs.

Our design team frequently works in partnership with leading Industrial designers and has a proven track record in the timely completion of numerous development projects.

Our plastic injection moulding machines at range from 10 tonnes to 350 tonnes, and includes 16 machines plus 2 vertical injection moulding machines. We have metal insert capabilities, pad printing and assembly, ultrasonic welding and a full supply chain management facility coordinated by our project management team and experienced engineers in Hong Kong.

We would welcome enquiries on any of our Plastic Injection Moulding or Tooling services and would be delighted to discuss your requirements. Please see the Contact Us section for our up-to-date contact details of our worldwide offices.

Tooling for Injection Moulding

Our unsurpassed technical capabilities with state-of-the-art CAD/CAM and CNC equipment enable us to build quality mould tools for high performance production with interchangeable, close tolerance components whether from single or multiple cavities. Our Tooling & Engineering Division works in partnership with our injection moulding facilities enabling adjustments, modifications, servicing and sampling of tools to be completed within short lead times. We work closely with our customers to find innovative and creative solutions to help speed customers’ injection moulded components to market.

Using parametric fundamentals of design, our Tooling & Engineering Division creates tool design models that have complete associativity throughout all of the different components of an assembly. This means that both major and minor changes to a product can be made and reviewed with the customer throughout all stages of design and build of a precision injection mould. Design changes are communicated electronically in real time to the machine programmers who are shaping the steel and can be programmed to customers via online web and video conferencing.