Electronic / Connector Injection Molding
Connectors Molded Using Many Engineered Resins
Electronic Switch Terminal for Aerospace Application
Extensive mold making experience is the major key to our success producing precision injection molded connectors. Our in-house jig-grinding capability is a real advantage when it comes to producing precision plugs and sockets. With properly designed tooling and processing, we are capable of producing parts with extremely tight tolerances.
We’ve worked with virtually every type of engineered connector material (PPS, LCP, polyester), as well as classic thermoset connector materials (phenolics and epoxies). Many of our customers have come to rely on JG Plastics as their own “engineering arm" for development and design of electronic assemblies and connectors.
We supply electrical connector molding and electronics molding to the following industries:
Our capabilities included:
- Overmolding (PC Boards, Metals, Plastics)
- Nano Connectors
- Thermoset / High Heat Applications
- Multi-Pin Connectors
- Insert Molding
- Terminals / Switches
Thermoset molding is a bit of a lost art but one that’s still important to certain segments of the electronics industry. Many connector applications require the physical properties that only thermoset materials can provide. JG Plastics has been doing thermoset molding for over 35 years, and we have the mold making and processing experience necessary to produce high quality parts. We have molded themoset connectors and assemblies for many defense related projects, as well as for extreme environment "down-hole" drilling applications. We supply connectors for mission critical applications where failure is not an option.
Our extensive tooling and molding experience has put us at the forefront of technology for ultra small nano connector molding. We have developed techniques and processes to mold connectors with pins as small as 0.006’" and tolerances down to 0.0002".
Please contact us for more information on how we can help you with your critical connector or electronics injection molding projects.