Jeco Plastic Products can mold parts and structures with dimensions as large as 166" in virtually any thermoplastic material, including polycarbonate and other engineering resins.
Molded products can be reinforced in many ways, using proven, proprietary techniques developed over many years.
Jeco produces thermoplastic composites by combining compression molding and vacuum forming, rather than using compression and injection molding.
The Jeco technique involves closely matching heat from a halogen light system to the absorption spectrum of engineered plastic resin sheets, resulting in uniform heating without degrading any surfaces, regardless of thickness. This produces extremely tough structures with properties not usually seen in thermoplastics.
Jeco design and simulation capabilities include SolidWorks Premium, ABAQUS, and LS-DYNA. Jeco works in collaboration with Purdue University, Argonne National Laboratory, Ohio State University, and other state and federal government agencies.
Engineers use both computerized and manual simulation to design thermoplastic composite molding tools that eliminate unintended wrinkles and webbing