New York molder adds two LSR presses

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Photo by Engel Extreme Molding LLC was founded in 2002 by co-owners Lynn Momrow-Zielinski and Joanne Moon Duncan.

Watervliet, N.Y. — Extreme Molding LLC has purchased two all-electric Engel e-mac injection molding machines for molding liquid silicone rubber.

Extreme Molding in Watervliet needed to increase capacity in a very short time frame, so the company used Engel’s Fast Lane program to buy to buy the e-mac presses, with clamping forces of 85 and 110 tons.

“We received a new contract that required an increase to our LSR capacity — and quickly,” said Lynn Momrow-Zielinski, co-owner of Extreme Molding. The processor bought the 110-ton press at the end of 2016, and the 85-tonner in spring of this year.

Extreme Molding molds parts for customers in the markets of health care, consumer products pet products, at its 21,000-square-foot factory in Watervliet, near Troy, N.Y.

Co-owner Joanne Moon Duncan said company officials like the high precision, smaller footprint and ease of the robot interface with the e-mac.