Design & Engineering

Blow Molding Design & Engineering

If you’re new to blow molding and don’t know where to start, then our free Blow Mold Design Guide is for you! It will provide you with basic design guidelines for the injection, stretch, and extrusion blow molding methods so you can determine if this process is right for you.

In this guide, you’ll learn about:

  • Material selection
  • Blow ratios
  • Radii and corners
  • Ribs and tack-offs
  • Shrinkage
  • Insert molding
  • And more!

Blow Mold Design

From the very beginning, Regency’s customers enjoy the advantage of a 2-4 week lead-time reduction for tooling as all Blow Molding Design & Tooling is performed in-house. This includes all molds, trim tools, and fixturing.

 

As a Tier 1 and Tier 2 supplier, Regency is comfortable being 100% design responsible or coming along side as a design partner. As part of the Gemini Group, Regency Plastics is Horizontally Integrated giving us the upper hand when it comes to determining material and process constraints and limitations as well as the confidence to stand behind out work.

A CAD rendering of a blow molded product.
A CAD rendering of a blow molded product.
A CAD rendering of a blow molded product.

Blow Mold Prototyping

Speed is everything; whether you need parts in less than 24 hours or in a week, Regency Plastics has the in-house resources to meet your deadline. Depending on your need, Regency can produce tooling from wood, epoxy, aluminum, and steel to produce parts for appearance evaluation and physical testing. We can develop tooling for prototype and production blow molds, assembly and test fixtures, and end of arm for robotic applications.

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