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Reko Tool and Mold

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With 40 years of experience designing, building and supporting mold programs for OEMs, Tier I, and Tier II suppliers, Reko is your mold and tooling specialist.. We specialize in large plastic injection molds for heavy truck and consumer products as well as large compression molds and associated tools to produce and validate acoustic parts for automotive and other industries. Of course, we can also provide complete programs including smaller molds and fixtures if required. Our goal is to design, build and support molds, fixtures and gauges that will get you great parts!

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Services

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Broad Set of Capabilities

Reko Mold has the knowledge and ability to develop cost effective solutions that meet or exceed the customer/O.E.M expectations. From concept to machining, to toolmaking you can be confident all requirements are being met in a timely manner.

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Tools and Services

Our cross functional team of design engineers & toolmakers have the ability to examine a challenge, identify key requirement processes and apply a systematic approach to deliver an effective solution.

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Equipment

Reko is always working hard to stay head of the curve, from our Apec G3020 5 Axis CNC machine to our new IMSA 1750BB and Ingersoll Gantry Eagle 1400 EDM, you can be assured your project is being delivered using the best equipment available, to reduce cost and increase efficiency. With the larger machining envelopes Reko can assist in building tooling up to 4,500 Ton.

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Engineering

Running the latest version of Unigraphics our experienced design team and support your tool programs from start to finish. Using FMEA’s as a proactive method for evaluating your process to identify where and how it might fail and to assess the relative impact, in order to identify the parts of the process that are in most need of change.

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