Assembly

Assembly

Low To High Volume Solutions

From basic installation of sub-components to operations that involve complex assemblies, we offer experience and skills in several types of assembly.

Imperial Plastics manufacturing facilities offer numerous assembly solutions. From the basic installation of sub-components to operations that involve complex assemblies, we offer experience and skills in several different types of assembly. These processes may include manual assembly, automated assembly, kitting operations, and inspection. These assembly processes are developed with an emphasis on maximizing outputs and minimizing costs, and may be performed at the molding machine or as standalone operation.


Manual Assembly

In instances where production volumes do not justify automated processes, Imperial Plastics offers options for manual assembly. We have experience producing parts from subassemblies through final retail packaging ready to ship to your customer. As our assembly lines are developed, we evaluate options for fixtures and work flow to ensure potential quality issues are eliminated while maximizing the output of your assembled components.

Automated Assembly

Imperial Plastics has extensive experience designing assembly processes that utilize varying levels of automation. From semi-automatic processes for error proofing or testing assemblies through fully automated processes to support large volume production, we design our production lines to minimize costs, eliminate the potential for errors, and maximize the output.


Testing

Imperial Plastics offers multiple scenarios for testing of product during the assembly process. Depending on the application, the testing may be incorporated into automated assembly equipment or a standalone station in a manual assembly operation.

Kitting

Imperial Plastics assists many of our customers with their final assembly process by packaging and shipping sub-components in pre-assembled kits. This saves our customer time and money as the kitted components are packaged in quantities that allow for efficient assembly at their facility.