Procter & Gamble’s newly formed company, iMFLUX, which it established about two years ago in a large facility in Hamilton, OH, is now a full-service mold manufacturing company. Its website provides information on how the company’s capabilities include machining of multiple types of metals on state-of-the-art three-, four- and five-axis machines, with wire and sinker EDM capabilities, as well. The company provides “unmatched experience creating solutions for customers in medical, automotive, packaging and aerospace industries,” according to the company.
So, if you thought that iMFLUX was just there to provide services for P&G, think again. If you make molds or perform molding for P&G, you have a new competitor . . . and it’s P&G.
It was assumed that iMFLUX would be doing low-pressure molding at its facility, but according to the website, they offer injection molding consultancy services to help customers develop and manage new product concepts at their facility or at iMFLUX. It specializes in complex injection molding applications. The company doesn’t say how many molding machines it has in the facility. But, I’m assuming that iMFLUX will be a regular custom injection molding facility specializing in low-pressure molding.