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Stamping

Founded as a mould construction enterprise, the decision to expand towards managing the entire production process in-house, and therefore add press machines to our fleet of equipment, allows us to also provide stamping services.

A service that ranges from preproduction of batches before the customer installs the mould to customers who are looking to order finished products.

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Machinery fleet

Alongside the mould testing service, our machinery fleet consisting of 9 press machines from 25T to 180T (Engel, Arburg, Fanuc) allow us to provide stamping, screen-printing, pad printing, component assembly services etc. where required.

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Materials

Thermoplastic polymers can be classified as amorphous or semi-crystalline based on their structure.

Polymers with an amorphous structure are normally transparent and suitable for use when constructing precision parts due to their remarkable dimensional stability.

Semi-crystalline plastics are usually opaque and are renowned for their ductility and good chemical inertia.

Plastic materials can also be classified based on their temperature resistance.

Standard polymers can be used at temperatures of under 100°C, whilst technopolymers can be used at between 100°C and 150°C and are characterised by good mechanical properties.

 

The extensive experience gained over the years allows Idea Stampi to use an incredible range of different materials, such as: PMMA, PEI , PPS, PC, PBT, PPO, POM, ABS, PC/ABS, PPA, PA6-PA66, PP,  etc.

PMMA (Polymethylmethacrylate)

A transparent material of excellent aesthetic appearance, easy to work, widely used in the furniture and furnishing sector, with remarkable optical properties; it comes in a range of different colours and various surface finishes.

The shock-proof type is widely used in the machinery safety sector in general.

PEI (Polyetherimide)

This high-performance technopolymer is a self-extinguishing amorphous polymer with no additives and high thermal, electric and mechanical properties, typical of crystalline polymers.

It is resistant to high temperatures, self-extinguishing and has a low oxygen limit.

Excellent mechanical characteristics, tensile strength, and high flexural modulus.

PPS (Polyphenylene-sulfide)

Partially crystalline thermoplastic material, nonpolar with low H2O absorption.

High dimensional stability, increased by the fibre-glass reinforcement which is almost always present.

Intrinsic VO self-extinguishing property.

Excellent electric insulation characteristics with very low dielectric leakage.

Field of application: dimensional precision parts, undergoing high mechanical, chemical and electric stress.

Replacement of light, thermal-hardening metals.

Plug connectors, reels, heat exchanger elements, car engine parts, heat pumps, fuel tanks.

PC (Polycarbonate)

Amorphous polymer commonly used to achieve high impact resistance even at low temperatures.

Transparent base material, excellent impact resistance, dimensional stability.

Poor self-lubrication characteristics lead to attacking by oils and grease making it difficult to use for lubricated mechanical organs.

It can be coloured and used in a variety of sectors.

Good dielectric characteristics; it is most commonly used in this sector.

Rarely used in the chemical industry given its low resistance to hydrocarbons.

Physiologically inert when neutral colours are used in the food industry.

PBT (Polybutylene terephthalate)

Polymer with good wear resistance and excellent anti-friction and low water absorption properties.

Good dimensional stability, providing rigidity and resistance against friction and wear.

Industrial sectors of use: for commutator coils, transformers, pump units, fans and engineering use in general.

PPO (Polyphenol Oxidase)

It is used for engineering parts, parts that must withstand sterilisation, hygiene-health parts, terminals.

Resists a working temperature of 175°C and preserves its mechanical characteristics between -40 +120°C.

It is used in a series of technical sectors where high mechanical characteristics at high temperatures are required: electric, electronic, medical, transport, household appliance and industry.

POM (Polyoxymethylene)

POM c (co-polymer); POM h (homopolymer)

Commonly referred to as Acetal Resin, this is a crystalline polymer obtained by polymerisation of formaldehyde, use of which has rapidly expanded due to its exceptional mechanical characteristics, its humidity stability and excellent machining properties.

Excellent resilience, hardness, rigidity and exceptional dimensional stability; co-polymers also have remarkable resistance to boiling water, and a fair level of resistance to light, especially homopolymers.

Good electrical properties, excellent resistance against solvents, oils and hydrocarbons.

High wear-resistance and low friction coefficient.

Industrial sectors of use: high-precision technical parts for the chemical, electric, mechanical, automotive, pharmaceutical and scientific instrument industries.

Use restrictions, high specific weight, burns easily creating toxic formaldehyde vapours.

ABS (Styrene co-polymers)

Industrial sectors of use: mechanical, chemical, electric, textile, automotive, scientific equipment, telephone, furnishing, toys, nautical and household appliances industries.

PC/ABS

Industrial sectors of use: technical parts, electric and electronic components, car dashboards and knobs.

PC (Polycarbonate)

Industrial sectors of use: due to its excellent qualities, PC is commonly used in the electric and electronic, optics and illumination industries, along with the precision mechanical industry producing accident prevention articles such as visors and shield.

It is also graded for use in food industries.

IXEF (Polyarylamide)

Industrial sectors of use: automotive and transport for fuel pumps, vandal resistant seats, clutch parts, screen-wiper commands, oil filter boxed, door handles, headlight housing etc. In electro-technical industries for connectors, sliding guides for magneto-scopes, safety switches, CD player disk holders.

In the household appliances sector for iron elements, electric razor heads. It is expensive.

PA 6/ PA 66 (Nylon)

The most used versions are Nylon 6 and Nylon 66.

The versatility of these polymers and the high physical mechanical characteristics make these resins ideal for use in a wide range of applications.

Polyamide resins can be reinforced with fibre glass.

PP (Polypropylene)

Industrial sectors of use: industrial parts, electric components, cables, parts resistant to hot water, various containers, toys. It can be reinforced with fibre glass.

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