Four Signs You Need Controlled Fluidics for Your Plastic Machining or Manifold Project
Are you in the beginning stages of planning a plastic machining or manifold project? You’ve clarified what kind of product you need, the specifications it needs to meet, and the environment in which it will need to perform. Now it’s time to wade into the world of design, material selection, and production. The expert team at Controlled Fluidics understands that this part of the process can get overwhelming, and we are ready to help. While we aren’t the right solution for every project, when we are the right solution, having the experienced and exacting Controlled Fluidics team on your side is a no-brainer. Here are four signs that you need Controlled Fluidics for your plastic machining or manifold project.
1) Your Product Needs to Perform in a Challenging Environment
Many plastic machined parts and manifolds need to perform their function in extremely harsh or challenging environments. It’s imperative to select a material that will hold up to even the most difficult of conditions. The engineers and design experts at Controlled Fluidics all have decades of experience in their respective fields and are ready to guide you through the material selection and design process. An extensive knowledge of available materials and each material’s capabilities/limitations, as well as an understanding of the unique requirements of your particular project, makes the Controlled Fluidics engineers singularly qualified to design a flawless product that will perform consistently well in even the most challenging of operating environments.
2) Your Project Requires Adherence to a Certain Set of Standards
Controlled Fluidics has a long history of working with clients in industries that require adherence to a specific set of standards including, the medical industry, life sciences, and the military industry, among others. You can rest easy in the knowledge that our machining facility holds all necessary certifications, including ISO 9001:2015, required to deliver a final product that adheres to any and all industry-specific quality and productions standards. Best of all, our team’s intimate familiarity with your industry’s unique requirements will translate to a stress-free design and production process for you.
3) Your Project will Require Micro Machining (or another highly precise machining process)
If your project requires a highly precise machining process, don’t stress. The team at Controlled Fluidics is experienced in producing highly precise plastic machined parts, including those using micro machining technology. In fact, we have the capacity to produce micro components to your specifications, in small and large quantities, that hold to tolerances of +/- .0005 or better. By focusing on the handling, inspection, finishing, and assembly of these exacting components, instead of just the design process, we are able to successfully machine even the smallest plastic parts
4) Your Project Requires Quick Turnaround, Without Sacrificing Quality
Our ISO 9001:2015-registered workspace in Milford, NH contains numerous high-performance 3-5 axis CNC machines capable of rapid-production precision machining. The combination of high-performance machines and unique bonding capabilities mean that you can expect your high-quality plastic machined part or manifold in the shortest possible time. If necessary, we can deliver basically configured, short-run, multi-layer bonded manifolds in as little as two weeks.
Some Signs that Controlled Fluidics isn’t the Best Fit for Your Project
At Controlled Fluidics, we concentrate our efforts primarily on high-performance projects in the medical, research, defense, aerospace, space flight, life sciences, and instrumentation industries. Our speciality is providing excellent solutions for your highly specific design needs. If you are looking for mass market plastic design solutions, we are not a good fit.
Are you convinced that Controlled Fluidics is the best choice for your plastic machining or manifold project? Great! Contact us today to discuss your project with our engineers.