Archive for the ‘Injection Molded Cases from PSI’ Category

4 Advantages Of Injection Molding

Tuesday, March 26th, 2019
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Injection molding is a great choice for your custom case.

When shopping for the right luggage and cases for your sensitive equipment, it can be difficult to find a case that meets all your needs. Don’t compromise when it comes to keeping your belongings safe. Custom cases are an investment, since they can keep some of your most delicate equipment or tech devices safe. Injection molding is a great choice for custom plastic cases that are sure to stand up to rough travel and any weather. They can be made to meet any of your custom case needs and will be effectively reinforced to prevent damage during transportation. Here are 4 major advantages of injection molding.

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Why Use Injection Molding?

Friday, February 1st, 2019
Injection Molding

Injection molding is a great method to use for your custom case.

When we think of injection molding, what comes to mind is usually injection molded plastic, specifically all the cheap plastic toys we had as kids, with the little plastic tags left over from the process. But injection molding goes far beyond cheap kids meal toys. This is a process where a material, often but not always a thermoplastic, is injected into a cavity, filling it and taking the shape of that mold. The mold is a 3D mirror of what you want the finished product to look like, so the end result is a piece that is exactly the shape and size you need, every time. This is great when it comes to custom cases, where the many benefits of injection molding outweighs the costs.Inj

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Introduction to Injection Molding

Friday, December 7th, 2018
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Injection molded cases are versatile and durable.

Perhaps you are wondering how our durable, custom, plastic cases are made; we can tell you that they are made using a fascinating process called injection molding. Custom cases are great for housing your delicate equipment. They are strong and impact resistant while still looking sleek and professional. Cases made from injection molding can be used to store, transport, or house your important equipment, whatever it may be. Injection molded cases are streamlined and clean: a great choice for any of your custom case needs.

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Benefits of Injection Molded Cases

Friday, November 9th, 2018
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Injection molded cases have many good qualities.

The various processes of molding custom cases all have certain things in common. However, the differences generally come into play when it’s time to get the material into the cavity, to take on the shape of the final product. When it comes to injection molded cases, the thermoplastic is forced into the cavity under pressure. Read on the learn more about the benefits of injection molded cases.

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The Difference Between Injection and Roto Molding

Friday, April 6th, 2018
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Custom cases made with both injection molding and roto molding will ensure that your property will reach its intended destination in perfect condition.

There is more than one way that professionals create custom cases. The techniques of these processes fulfill specific requirements. Whether you need to transport sensitive medical equipment or expensive military gear, these cases ensure that your property will reach its intended destination in perfect condition. For more insight into these different processes, read on to understand the differences between injection and roto molding.   (more…)

The Basics of Single Lid Cases

Wednesday, April 20th, 2016
Single Lid Cases

Single lid cases are very versatile and can be customized to fit almost any need.

Here at PSI Cases, we offer a wide variety of custom cases for all sorts of uses. Whether you need a case to transport cargo critical to your mission or to store material, we have options available for every need. Single lid cases are one of the most customizable and versatile cases available in the industry. No matter what your needs may be, chances are that a single lid case can be made to fit them. Today we’re going to discuss the basics of single lid cases. (more…)

Rotational vs. Injection Molding

Monday, February 8th, 2016
Rotational vs. Injection Molding

There are a few differences between custom cases made by rotational molding and those made by injection molding.

There are two primary types of molding used for making custom cases for your product, rotational molding and injection molding. Both processes have their strengths and downsides, so here is a brief summary of the differences between the two. (more…)

Why Go with Plastic for Your Custom Cases?

Monday, January 25th, 2016
Watertight Plastic Custom Cases

Plastic is a great choice as a material for your custom case. Learn more why.

When it comes time to choose between aluminum metal and plastic for your custom cases, the decision can be incredibly daunting. Why is plastic a great choice for custom cases? To start, it’s shock-resistant, watertight, airtight, and customizable to almost all of your needs! (more…)

The Process of Injection Molding

Monday, January 4th, 2016
Injection Molding Plastic Bottles

Plastic water bottles are made with injection molding – we also use it to make some of our custom cases!

One of the methods we use to manufacture custom cases is injection molding. This is a process where we shape plastic into the form of a case. It is a very versatile process and can be used to make many different kinds of custom cases. Today we’re going to explain how the process of injection molding works. (more…)

Injection Molded Cases: Learn the Benefits

Friday, September 25th, 2015

benefits of injection molded casesInjection molded cases are cost effective plastic cases that are made from many types of plastic. The plastic is poured into a heated barrel and then set to cool and take the shape of the case mold. The mold may be difficult or costly to make, but the actual production is very cost effective. Injection molds are used to make cases for musical instruments, weapons, cell phones, pill cases, plastic bottles, toys, shipping, and much more.

Plastic cases made from an injection mold are very durable, depending on the type of plastic used for the job. They can be very heavy and durable and/or lightweight as needed.

An injection mold ensures that the end product takes the shape of the case mold and can include molded in features such as hinges and latches. This means that your end product will have the hinges and latches present in the case mold, which will reduce the amount of manpower required for manual labor. This helps keep these cases cost effective!

When making these cases, there are very few scrap materials leftover. Materials are used to fit into the molds and leftover plastics are poured into the next molds. This is another way that these products remain cost-effective. These plastics are so durable that they can withstand repeated high tolerances to temperature and physical stressors.

Whatever your need is, PSI can design a great option for your project and meet all of your needs. Design! Budget! Finished Product!

Contact PSI today at 410-547-7877 or email info@psicases.com and get on the custom cases in Baltimore!

If you’re interested in learning more about our custom case solutions, please contact PSI by calling 410-547-7877, email info@psicases.com, or click here today!

Since 1990, PSI has evolved from a small organization focused on supporting the defense community to a multi-facated company serving both defense and private enterprises. An ISO 9001 certified and registered company, our in-house design and prototyping services combined with our capability to test and evaluate all package designs guarantees the finished product will work properly.

Located in Baltimore, Maryland, we have manufactured systems integration packages and container solutions (rotationally molded containers, injection molded transit cases, and metal containers) for clientele of all types, from government agencies, large corporations and branches of the military to the private sector.

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