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Decatur Mold is excited to announce the purchase of our new Okuma Space Turn LB3000EX2 CNC Lathe. This is the largest horizontal lathe in the collection of Okuma machines....

This military industry customer needed specific weight criteria for their plastic part to fit into its application. See how Decatur Mold's team worked through this task to deliver precise results....

Used in nearly every industry to make everything from plastic bottle caps to automotive door panels, injection molding is a truly versatile manufacturing process. Injection molding requires precise technique, and without the proper knowledge and experience, manufacturers risk diminishing product quality as a result of molding...

US Business Executive, a platform for business leaders across the country has featured Decatur Mold in the latest fall issue. The issue focuses on leadership in the areas of general counsel, agriculture, technical education, and manufacturing....

The Federal Firearms License type 7 allows manufacturers to better serve, accommodate, and securely meet customer needs. Working within the military sector for many years, Decatur Mold is proud to announce that we have recently acquired our FFL certificate. What does the FFL Type 7...

With dozens of factors to consider before beginning an injection molding project, designing a successful part can be challenging. You understand your part and its application as well as its relation to other parts; you’ve carefully selected a resin; you’ve spent countless hours meticulously designing the...

To most people, plastic is simply plastic, the material that makes up shopping bags and household products. Those in the commercial and industrial manufacturing fields, however, know that the field of plastics is expansive and diverse. There are thousands of different plastics, with more constantly being...

Rapid prototyping is used to quickly produce a physical sample of a new design to test out form, fit, and function. To keep costs down, prototypes are typically made of less expensive materials than would be used for the final product in case several design...