Under a new partnership agreement, German moldmaker Braunform GmbH (U.S. office in Pinellas Park, Fla.) will build molds using the rotary Spin Stack tooling system from Gram Technology of Denmark (U.S. office in Scottsdale, Ariz.). Gram's Spin Stack concept typically uses four-sided indexing core sets between the stationary and moving platens to allow for multi-component molding with decorating, coating, and/or assembly.

Under a new partnership agreement, German moldmaker Braunform GmbH (U.S. office in Pinellas Park, Fla.) will build molds using the rotary Spin Stack tooling system from Gram Technology of Denmark (U.S. office in Scottsdale, Ariz.). Gram's Spin Stack concept typically uses four-sided indexing core sets between the stationary and moving platens to allow for multi-component molding with decorating, coating, and/or assembly. Braunform is not the first moldmaker to build Spin Stack molds but is the first to be officially qualified to do so by Gram.

Braunform Inc.
7031 Bayou West Ave. Pinellas Park, FL 33782
Phone (727) 547-0087 Fax (727) 547-0836