The Cicor Group designs and manufactures high-quality tools and offers precision plastic injection molding with vertically integrated secondary processes and assembly services. Cicor offers services ranging from the idea to tool design and fabrication to serial production. The engineers work hand in hand with the production department. Through this cooperation there is an intensive exchange of know-how and technology.
Cicor provides its customers fast, efficient and cost-effective solutions in the areas of tool design and fabrication as well as plastic injection molding.
The Cicor Group has ISO class 7 clean rooms for injection molding, assembly and packaging. The clean rooms are validated for RTU (ready-to-use) medical applications.
Unique capabilities of precision molding
Advanced medical and micro molding in class 10,000 (ISO class 7) cleanroom and control room
Provides precision molding from Singapore, Indonesia Batam, China Suzhou and Vietnam
highly respected team and cutting-edge micro molding machine enable us to provide extremely precise dimensions requirement
Fully automated molding capabilities for medical components, including auto-dating, automated optical inspection, and cavitation separator.
More than 100 units of injection molding capacity ranging from 20 to 300 tons
High-precision 2K components, horizontal and vertical insert molding
high-precision micro molding of a 2 mm diameter microstructure
Achieve tight micron tolerances
Auto material feeding system with dehumidifier dryer
Servo robot arm with a visual camera system
RTU ready-to-use product molding in a class ISO-7 cleanroom to eliminate the need for sterilization processes.
Fully automated spray paint line
Highly respected team and cutting-edge equipment enable us to provide in-house capabilities that prioritize efficiency, speed, and risk mitigation.
Micro Molding: Part Size and features
Micro parts typically fall within the size of 10 × 10 mm. We have manufactured parts as small as 1 × 1 mm. In the pursuit for miniaturization, the complexity & geometry of the part design will determine its manufacturability. There is a need to identify the most critical application areas of your part design and make a realistic trade off for other non-critical features to allow repeatability in production.
At Cicor, the following part features are achievable: