Aim Processing Inc. has added a 50-ton Boy injection press to complement its capabilities for molding small, tight-tolerance parts.
With the mid-May addition, Aim now operates six presses with 24-110 tons of clamping force, including a Milacron all-electric.
The Longmont firm has the space and infrastructure to accommodate 10 machines, Greg Oberg, who handles marketing and sales, said by telephone.
Formed in 1993, Aim uses engineering thermoplastics to make parts for the electronics, consumer, medical and sports markets. Secondary services include hot stamping, pad printing, ultrasonic welding, heat inserts and subassembly.
Aim employs 14 in a 10,000-square-foot facility and had 2001 sales of $1.07 million. The firm projects sales of $1.2 million this year.