Custom molded cables designed for your application

Low-pressure injection moulding



This process uses Technomelt (formerly also known as Macromelt), a sustainable, cost-effective, and environmentally friendly thermoplastic polyamide material known for its electrical insulation and chemical neutrality. It's composed of 80% renewable raw materials and complies with UL, RoHS, and REACH standards.



Suited for delicate electronic components, low-pressure molding encapsulates parts without excessive pressure or heat, minimizing damage risks. This technology, utilizing pressures below 100 psi and temperatures between 170°C to 240°C, allows for creating custom connectors and protective features.


The use of aluminum tools in the injection molding process offers a cost-effective alternative to conventional tools.


The method is also useful for achieving IP ratings or creating reliefs that enhance the functionality and integration of the cables into various applications.

High-pressure injection moulding



This method accommodates various thermoset materials like TPE, TPU, and PVC-COMPOUND, each offering unique properties like mechanical strength and chemical resistance. Options like PBT can be reinforced with fiberglass, ABS, or PVC for enhanced performance.


The materials will be carefully selected to achieve the right combination of properties, such as temperature sensitivity, flexibility, resistance, adhesion, and colour.



Ideal for producing detailed and complex shapes, high-pressure molding fully seals electronic components, protecting against water, moisture, dust, and heat. The process involves high pressure and temperature to achieve complex designs with precise features and tight tolerances, leaving a high-quality surface finish.


The injection process ensures excellent surface finish and texture on moulded parts, minimising the need for secondary finishing operations and enhancing the aesthetic appeal of the final product.

Stig Bergendorff
Sales director, Cables

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