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GW Plastics’ “School of Tech” Graduates

In response to a growing regional and national skilled labor shortage, GW Plastics is leading the way in workforce training, career development, and community educational outreach through an innovative high school program. 386 more words

Injection Molding

Mold making and production services

3D printing:

3D printing has become one of the hottest and latest technology in the manufacturing and do it yourself markets. 3D printing world started with Stereo lithography Apparatus (SLA). 373 more words

Injection Molding

MD&M East 2015: Thanks for your Visit!

GW Plastics would like to thank all who visited our booth last week at the 2015 MD&M East Exposition in New York City. There is nothing we love more than connecting face-to-face with our customers, suppliers, and fellow industry professionals while showcasing what we do here at GW Plastics. 107 more words

Injection Molding

High Grade CNC Prototype Service for Cost-Effective Products

Whatever the product a company or person wants to produce, making a prototype is a vital stage in the product design procedure which can’t be overlooked. 422 more words

Injection Molding

GW Plastics Attends MD&M East 2015

This June 9-11, GW Plastics will be exhibiting at the 2015 MD&M East Exposition in New York City. The largest medical device event on the East Coast, thousands of visitors come every year to learn more about healthcare innovation and network with fellow industry members. 117 more words

Injection Molding

Buying Guide For Plastic Injection Molding

Plastic Injection molding process is the favorite of several manufacturers, particularly those hoping to manufacture plastic components en masse within a short span of time knowing that too cost-effectively. 501 more words

Bumper Molding

Did You Know? PTC Creo 3.0 Enhancements: 3D Thickness in PTC Creo Parametric

“In PTC Creo Parametric, you now can build a 3D thickness check directly into your design process,” says Russell Hsu, product manager. “In a few simple steps, you can identify critical thickness areas in your model so that some necessary changes can be made before review.” 364 more words

Creo Technology