Best Mold & Manufacturing Inc. was the consolidation of Best Mold & Manufacturing Co.(injection and compression mold building), Triple S Machine (fabrication, large machining and complete machine assembly), and Triangle Mold (general and precision machining) in 2002. All three companies were finding it difficult to survive in a sluggish economy and the owners were looking for exit strategies. The three companies were purchased and consolidated under one roof with the plan to diversify its overall operations. An auction was held to dispose of the older equipment no longer needed for the continuing operations.
Throughout 2002 and 2003 the Company made significant capital investments in plant expansions and CNC equipment that would make the Company more competitive in a technology driven global economy. By 2004 the Company had taken off and was gaining a good reputation in the industry. In 2008 Best started its lean journey and achieved ISO 9001:2000 & AS9100 Rev. B certification in early 2010.
In 2012 Best Mold began its construction on a 10,000 sq. ft. addition expected to be complete by early 2013.
Quality and delivery are the keys to our continued success. From product design to raw material selection and manufacturing, our process is clearly superior.
In 2010, Best Mold showed its commitment to quality by becoming ISO: 9001 and AS9100 certified. These certifications will help our efforts to continue to find cost savings through improved efficiency and productivity.
High-quality machining requires skilled, experienced technicians, precisions equipment and proper tools. Our mold and machine technicians have an average 25 years of experience in precision machining and mold building for a wide variety of customers. Using the latest computer technology with our CMM and Faro Arm along with other precision instruments helps us to ensure consistent, high quality work.
Our strength is creating solutions driven by new technology. We are continually exploring new ways to use technology to benefit our customers and expand our capabilities.
Our commitment to technology is evident in our recent CNC equipment and high speed machining center acquisitions. Our two new Mazak 5-axis Variaxis machines allow the ability to machine all surfaces of a work piece in a single set up. Additionally, complex contours can be processed thanks to 5-axis simultaneously controlled machining. The 5-axis technology provides us the ability to reduce production lead time, improve machining accuracy, reduce floor space, lower operating expenses and reduce operator requirements.