MMS offers one-stop service for design, development, prototyping, and production of small and precision plastic components and plastic-based MEMS devices. Our services include but not limited to concept design, stress analysis, material development and recommendation, prototyping, process simulation, tool design and fabrication, multi-material technology, process development and monitoring, quality control, and mass production. Our services are based on micro injection molding, injection compression molding, and hot embossing, and have been extended to micromachining, electrode fabrication (electro-less plating), surface modification, encapsulation, interfacing techniques, and 3D integration.
The prototyping technology at MMS include CNC machining, aluminum mold, stereolithography (SLA) rapid prototyping, and selective laser sintering (SLS).
In order to improve the reliability and quality of our product and avoid from repeat tooling cost, our CAE team perform engineering analyses through our whole service process:
- Preliminary stress analysis during the concept design stage
- Detail stress analysis and optimization at the detail design stage
- Thermal stress analysis for electronic parts
- Failure analysis such as fracture and fatigue for special applications
- Injection molding process simulation for validating and optimizing the design of plastic parts and injection molds
Our long-term tooling partners in North American, Europe, and Asia and our extensive experiences in project management enable us to provide you most flexible and cost-effective micromolding solutions for developing and commercializing your most challenging products. We have successfully developed various plastic components and devices, such as microfluidic devices, dental components, scientific experimental components, and electronic components.
By close collaborations with top Universities in Canada and all over the world, MMS has been improving its knowledge base of the cutting edge technologies in micro/nano molding, micromachining, and device packaging.