Expansion of mould making facility in Taiwan to meet growing international demand

October 2, 2013

October 2, 2013

Hua Cheng Moulding Co., Ltd, a manufacturer of precision moulds for the Powder Metallurgy, Ceramic and Metal Injection Moulding industries has announced the opening of a new production facility in Miaoli County, Taiwan. The new site will employ around 100 people and focus on the manufacture of high precision moulds for various PM, MIM and CIM applications.

In addition to the new production facility, Hua Cheng Moulding has invested in new high precision CNC machines from leading European manufacturers to duplicate the production capacity and technology of the company’s Changshu facility. The investment includes Agie Charmilles EDM & WEDM, Carl Zeiss CMM, Makino Milling and Mikron High-Speed Milling.

Hua Cheng Moulding Co., Ltd was established in 1978 and offers a range of mould manufacturing options to both Asian and international customers. The company can produce moulds to ISO 9001 certification. Tools are made from Crucible, Böhler or Uddeholm steels or tungsten carbide with local equivalent steels and carbides also available if required.

David Lemon, Hua Cheng Moulding’s European agent told Powder Metallurgy Review, “Hua Cheng can offer a cost effective alternative for the production of advanced moulds for PM, MIM and CIM applications. As well as providing a competitive lead-time, their experienced and knowledgeable engineers can help optimise mould design and extend tool life through material selection and ‘design for manufacture’ principles.”

As well as supplying Taiwan’s leading PM company, Porite Taiwan Co., Ltd, Hua Cheng is actively promoting itself to markets in Europe, USA and Asia. “The new facility is in response to growing domestic and international demand. Our philosophy is to focus on providing economic, high precision products with short lead-times” stated Lo Yuan Feng, President of Hua Cheng Moulding (Changshu & Taiwan) Co., Ltd.


Europe: David Lemon – [email protected] or www.mechworx.com 

Rest of World: Jeff Ku – [email protected] or www.moldmaker.com.tw  


Hua Cheng Moulding’s new facility in Taiwan

October 2, 2013

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