PNA Molding

Manufacturing Capabilities


  • 40,000 sq ft
  • 18 machines ranging from 40 tons to 400 tons


PNA Capabilities & Strengths

➢ Great Cohesive Team – young, driven and knowledgeable
➢ Proven Quality and Delivery – “A” Supplier to all Customers
➢ Cleanliness Performance – Recent Performance with Ford
➢ Fast Reaction Time to Changes… product, release…
➢ Close Proximity – fast Support, Delivery…
➢ Not only Supplier… Partner in all Challenges
➢ Problem Solver
➢ Proven Tooling Capabilities
➢ Proven Automation Capabilities
➢ State of the Art Equipment
➢ Prototype Capabilities
➢ Customer Access to Machine and Production
➢ High Volume Capabilities
➢ Resin Manufacturing Capabilities
➢ Specialist in Insert Molding
➢ Process Monitoring Experts

Broad Capabilities
Across the Polymer Spectrum

General Process Information

Maximum Part Size 2000 x 1500 x 800 mm
Minimum Feature Size 5 mm x 5 mm x 5 mm
Best Achievable Tolerance +/- 0.01mm
Lead Time As low as 6 weeks for samples
Maximum Press Size [400 tons]
Minimum Press Size [40 tons]
Minimum Order Size $5,000 / 100 parts
Setup Fee $500

Tooling Details for Injection Molding Projects

Rapid Tooling

Molds with aluminum cavity and core with a shot life of 5,000 to 10,000 shots

Typically machines in 2 weeks

Production Tooling

P20 steel tool with shot life up to 1 million shots

Ability to integrate side-pulls or cam-actions

Typically machined in 4 weeks

Multi cavity or Family molds

Multiple identical cavities or family of parts machined into a single tool

Allows for more parts to be produced per shot, minimizing unit costs

Insert Molding

Inserts are placed into the mold and molding occurs around them to extend tool life for critical features

Allows for inserts such as helicoils to be molded in your design


Premade parts are placed into the mold and molded over

Allows for multi-material injection molding
Outsert Molding 

Materials Used in Injection Molding

Selection of the material used for your project depends on the application. The materials used when creating parts and products with injection molding vary in mechanical, thermal, chemical, electrical, and optical properties.

Most Common Materials Other Supported Materials Additives and Fiber
ABS PC/ABS UV Absorbers
Nylon (PA 66) PU Flame Retardants
PE PMMA/Acrylic Plasticizerss
PP PEEK Colorants
PC PLA/PHA Carbon Fibers
PC TPV Glass Fibers
TPE Cellulose Fibers

 Additional Information

Finishing / Processing Options Quality / Lab Capabilities
Automated assembly
Ultrasonic welding
Light assembly
Packaging and logistics support