As an entrepreneur, starting a new project is an exciting but stressful adventure. There are so many details to keep track of, from design, capital investment, manufacturing plans, and then delivery. It’s enough stress to make anyone think twice about pursuing a concept to customer venture.
SEA-LECT Plastics aims to take that venture and make it a smooth process for you. We partner with our customers to create a feasible design and develop tooling, assembly, and logistics to make your venture a success. Our goal is to make your project efficient and cost-effective to manufacture, assemble, and ship no matter how complicated your concept is.
We work directly with you at each stage of the process, from beginning concept to finalized design, in order to exceed your customer’s demand for your product. Our team of expert designers and master craftsman will optimize your product to ensure lowest cost manufacturing, efficient production, and optimized logistics.
SEA-LECT Plastics is a leader in plastic injection molding, specializing in military applications, outdoor adventure gear, musical instruments, and many products in between. We design in three-dimensions and use Finite Element Analysis (FEA) to maximize the durability of your product and ensure it will last in the environment your customer plans to use it in. These elements of the product design process allows us to offer feedback to you to ensure your product meets your stringent targets.
We are a leader and a top turnkey manufacturer that offers:
- Design & Tooling Manufacturing & Repair
- Mold Flow Analysis
- Rapid Prototyping
- World-Class Manufacturing Processes
- Optimized Labeling & Packing the Final Product
- Efficient Logistics and Inventory Management to Your End-Customer
- One-Stop Communication with our Leadership Team
- Profit & Loss with Billing and Invoice Management
Mold Flow Analysis is an essential step in product design as it will predict how to create the lightest, strongest, and most consistent parts from each cavity in the mold. Once you have selected your resin, the software will show an accurate prediction of the resin flowing into each cavity in the injection molding tool. This can benefit the design as it allows for optimized melt temperatures, perfected molding pressures, reduced fill cycle times, plus other variables before the first part is produced.
Rapid Prototyping allows the product design team the chance of creating a three dimensional scale modeled part from a Computer Aided Design (CAD). This rapid manufacturing technique can create an accurate physical representation of a design or concept, which allows you to see the design at scale and make changes to the design or manufacturing processes. It can also be used to generate quick samples for trade shows, proof of concepts, and is generally identified as a low cost option to produce a part compared to a full scale manufacturing process with complete injection molding dies. It is commonly used for a low volume of parts, whether the parts are plastic or metal, and can be optimized during the process as each part is made.
If you’re interested in learning more about each rapid prototype option, check out our article with more in-depth information on each.
The global marketplace requires you to stay focused, and not buried in details of manufacturing design. Managing every step of bringing a new product to market can be an overload on your sanity, and you may feel overwhelmed finalizing your design concept. SEA-LECT Plastics excels at design, tooling, manufacturing, and has the production capabilities to bring new products to market faster with controlled costs. We are the turnkey manufacturer you need to organize your next new product launch from design concept to consumer. We have a complete turn-key option for your product. When you’re ready to discuss your current or next project, contact us at email@example.com or give us a call at (425) 339-0288.
Matthias Poischbeg was born and raised in Hamburg, Germany. Matt moved to Everett, Wash., after finishing his bachelor’s degree in business in 1995 to work for Sea-Dog Corporation, a manufacturer, and distributor of marine and rigging hardware established in 1923.
In 1999, Matt took over the reins at Sea-Lect Plastics Corporation, a sister company of Sea-Dog and a manufacturer of plastic injection molded products with an in-house tool & die shop. Matthias Poischbeg is also a contributor to Grit Daily.