Our Australian subsidiary has 18 injection moulding machines and a shot weight capacity of nearly 4 kgs. We cater for small and large production runs. Our in-house toolroom can design and manufacture new moulds whilst maintaining existing moulds.
Rella Plastics policy to invest and re-invest in the best of both equipment and people.
Rella cater for a variety of mouldings ranging from small through to large.
Injection Mould Process
Injection Moulding is the process of forcing melted plastic in to a mould cavity. Once the plastic has cooled, the part can be ejected. Injection moulding is often used in mass-production and prototyping. Injection moulding is a relatively new way to manufacture parts. The first injection moulding machines were built in the 1930’s.
Advantages of Injection Moulding:
- High production rates
- High tolerances are repeatable
- Wide range of materials can be used
- Low labour costs
Range of machines:
- 120 Tonne to 1450 Tonne
- Robotic technology to speed up cycle times and cut labour cost.
- Range of shot capacity – up to 10 kilos.
Within the range of machines listed, Rella currently run 18 machines with provision to add another 3 machines if and when required.
Rella operates 24 hours per day, minimum 5 day per week (7 days per week if required).
Rella also has 2 x 4 Tonne capacity overhead cranes for ease and flexibility of die changes.
Rella has the capabilities to design and install robotic arms or helpers to speed up production and reduce labour costs.
We have the knowledge and infrastructure to produce your products whilst keeping your costs to a minimum.
Additional robotic arms have been purchased in 2016 for a range of products to enhance productivity and decrease associated costs.
We are accomplished at assembling components together at various levels. Be it sorting between left and right parts, drilling and tapping or assembling by pneumatic air cylinders, Rella can provide you with the finished product you require.
Rella Plastics have vast experience in all types of Raw Materials. We help select the best suited resin/plastic for a product’s application.
We have contacts Australia & World-Wide to obtain any type of thermoplastic resin that your product requires.
Rella keeps up to date with new and innovative materials that can strengthen and reduce the cost of your product.
Commonly used Raw Materials are as follows:
- Polypropylene (filled & unfilled)
- Polyethylene – High Density & Low Density
- Styrene – General Purpose and High Impact
- Noryl (filled & unfilled)
- Nylon 6 & Nylon 66 (filled & unfilled)
- All UV Stabilised and Food Contact Grade Materials
- And Others
Warehousing and Logistics
Rella Plastics has a substantial warehouse with the ability to stock finished product on your behalf. This allows the ability to fulfil orders in a timely manner. We offer this service upon request.