We're pleased to announce that Empire will be exhibiting at the Amerimold Expo, June 14-15, 2017 in Chicago. Attendees can visit us at booth 311 to learn about our tooling for production and tooling-only services.

Expanded Tooling Capacity

Providing business development, networking, and learning opportunities, Amerimold is the premier trade show for the plastic injection mold manufacturing industry. Annually, the event brings together more than 2,500 OEM executives, managers, and engineers, along with tool and mold makers, equipment suppliers, and contract manufacturers.

Empire Precision provides tooling, injection molding, and assembly for a wide range of applications in the medical, lighting, packaging, firearms, and electronics industries. Empire acquired Advanced Mold & Tooling in 2016, which increased Empire’s ability to design, build, and validate high cavitation tools. At Amerimold booth 311, representatives from Empire will be on hand to discuss new tooling-only services as well as tooling for high volume production.

The company’s expansion also includes:

  • New molding equipment to increase precision injection molding output
  • A new technology center – an “idea factory” for collaborative R&D
  • Servo-driven robots for higher accuracy
  • 4,000 square feet of white room space for medical and optical molding and assembly
  • 8,000 square feet of warehouse space to help support inventory and delivery programs

Empire works directly with customers’ engineering teams from concept through high volume production to develop new and innovative products.

“Early involvement in a project allows our engineers to really optimize design and production,” said Empire Precision President Neal Elli. “Amerimold is a great opportunity to discuss the needs of OEM companies, as well as the latest tooling best practices that can help them succeed.

Visit Amerimold booth 311 for more information, or email info@empireprecision.com to set up a meeting at the show.

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