Backed by our experience and expertise of the past 35+ years in developing, tooling and processing plastic components, Mutual Industries has added a design engineering centre to support customers with end-to-end solutions from part concept stage to mass production and system supplies.
Increased competition and changes in consumer behaviour necessitate that companies develop new products at a faster pace than before. Mutual Industries, a trusted partner to our customers supports this cause completely and ensures shorter program/product development cycles with an in-house tool design and Mould Design & Development shop.
The tool shop comprises of a fully equipped Computer Numerical Control (CNC) based machine shop, EDM and assembly set up capable of manufacturing moulds for parts of sizes up to 3 m x 2 m with a weight of up to 40 Metric Tons.
Mutual processes plastics across a wide range of polymer families right from polyolefins to Engineering polyamides, styrenes and various special compounds to meet the precise needs of the parts using injection moulding technology.
We mould parts from sizes as small as a button to as large as the front hood of a heavy commercial vehicle addressing both the technical and aesthetic requirements of the products.
We pride ourselves in employing the most contemporary technology in our machines ranging up to 3200 tons across reputed brands in the industry.
We also have the expertise of manufacturing with long fibre injection molding, gas assisted injection molding, hybrid thermoplastic composite molding, injection compression molding.
Mutual brings in the advantage of heavy gauge thermoforming using single & twin sheet technology to open up whole new possibilities of products and applications across the industry segments.
The experience of over 5 decades of Styl’monde (France) in European Industry synergizes with the indigenous engineering and manufacturing capabilities of Mutual to form Mutual Stylmonde Pvt Ltd.
It is capable to produce components up to 3mts x 2mts with most contemporary technology instalments.
The applications include
Here are some potential advantages of single & twin sheet engineering thermoforming
Typical materials which can be used in single & twin sheet engineering thermoforming include: HDPE, PMMA-ABS, ABS, TPO, PC, PC-ABS, ASA, ASA-ABS, TPU–ABS, PS, PSPE, HIPS.MutualStylmonde
In keeping with our commitment of state-of-the-art infrastructure and to provide our customers nothing but the best, Mutual Industries has invested heavily in the latest finishing technologies and are a house of excellence for plastic parts surface finish.
In India we were the first to foresee the need within the automotive hangout parts for fully automated surface finishing processes equipped with robotic paint application systems and the first five stage power wash.
Our facilities have the ability to process all solvent borne and water-borne paint technologies with the expertise to produce primer less products that surpass customer expectations. Mutual Industries has full control of the paint-able surface as we have the in-house capability to begin with mould design and manufacturing to mass production.
Mutual Industries brings Japanese technology from Taica Corporation ( Cubic) that enables transformation of your products through surface enhancement to augment its beauty. The process called Aqua graphics entails a water-soluble film, covered in natural and abstract prints that is printed onto substrates which could be made out of plastic, glass, wood, metal etc.
It is possible to create more than 2000 different patterns across various colour shades on the products.
Aqua graphics finds excellent applications in automotive interiors, personal care packaging, architectural products, home appliances etc
Besides the above, the decoration also adds great aesthetic value to products in the switch and lighting industry.
At Mutual, we recognize the need to deliver a complete system with Just-In-Time (JIT) and Just-In-Sequence (JIS) logistics to cater to OEM’s supply chain requirements. We have the capability to handle plastic part assemblies with bought out components, electrical and electronic parts into a system, delivered directly into the OEM assembly lines.
Based on the need of the products and logistical requirements, we deploy dedicated assembly cells with manual, semi-automatic and fully automated processes.
Our assembly lines are augmented with contemporary technologies in plastic welding, robotic ultrasonic welding, vibration welding, mechanical fastenings and other related techniques.
We can deliver completely assembled products to your distribution network as a contract manufacturer.