Please visit: StackTeck Systems Ltd.
1 Paget Rd.
Brampton, ON L6T 5S2 CA
Hot-runner systems in standard and custom designs include balanced manifold assemblies and a variety of nozzle tip styles. Gating methods include diverted hot tips, sprue gates, valve gates, and edge gates. Systems come assembled, wired, and ready to install. Specializes in converting existing cold-runner molds to hot runners.
Designs and builds molds for the cap, closure and medical industries. Specializing in high-quality, multicavity molds, company utilizes the latest technology for unscrewing, collapsing-core and bump-off-style caps and closures, which include tamper evident, child resistant, hinged closures (flip-top), and some specialty closures. Molds are designed and built to minimize cycle time, offer top reliability, and simplify and/or reduce set-up time.
Also stack molds with up to four levels, in-mold labeling, and quick-change systems.
Tooling innovations at NPE focused primarily on multi-cavity closure and medical applications, though there was also a substantial emphasis on large automotive and appliance parts.
Lightweighting injection molded parts is the aim of a new Thin Recess Injection Molding (TRIM) process introduced at NPE last month by Stack Teck Systems Ltd., Brampton, Ont.
A patented conformal cooling process developed by Ritemp Technologies Pty.
Five years ago, in-mold labeling was just gaining traction among North American injection molders as a one-step approach to decorating without secondary operations.
High-cavitation cap and closure tooling is a new offering from StackTeck, Brampton, Ont., through its new alliance with Universal Closures, Tewkesbury, UK.
Moldmaker StackTeck of Brampton, Ont., is exploring applications for a new mold-cooling technology patented by RiTemp Technologies Pty.
The drive to eliminate secondary operations is pushing multi-shot injection molding a step farther—toward assembling separate components in the tool via snap-fits, welding, and co-molding of incompatible materials.
Advances in electric drive technology were evident in nearly every injection machine builder’s booth in Chicago.
Already a familiar sight on European store shelves, the eye-catching appeal of "IML" is gaining traction among North American injection molders. The latest tooling and automation designs can handle the higher volumes needed here.