Mold In Graphics®
Permanent Graphics and Enhancement products for Rotational Molding, Blow Molding, Thermoforming and Injection Molding. We've developed products for use with Vinyl resins, Polyolefin resins and Nylon resins.
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Mold In Graphic Systems® is now on a roll with the iMIG graphic.
Originally developed for injection molded products, it can also be used with Blow Molded, Thermoformed, Structural Foam Molded, Sheet and Profile Extruded and Rotationally Molded products
T3D Thermoforming Graphic
Labels for Polyethylene, Polypropylene & TPO. The new T3D graphic from Mold In Graphic Systems can integrated onto a sheet and vacuum formed.
Who are we?
About Mold In Graphic Systems®
Mold In Graphic Systems® (MIGS®) is a respected global company that started with one employee in 1983.
After spending many years researching polymer sciences and managing plastics operations, MIGS® perfected a proprietary method to permanently integrate colorful, custom-made graphics into products made using the rotational molding process. Now operating out of a 100,000 square foot facility in Clarkdale, Arizona, MIGS® employs more than one hundred happy people – all dedicated to the advancement of new technology for plastics.
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What do we do?
What is a Mold In Graphic®?
There are actually a variety of MIGS® products available for permanently embedding graphics, logos, labels, bar-codes (and just about anything else you can think of) into any polyolefin plastic product. This can happen during the molding process with Mold In Graphics® or after the molding process with Mold On Graphics®.
We also have a variety of enhancement products that fall into both categories; increasing aesthetic value, productivity, effectiveness – even extending the life of your molding equipment.
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Who uses Mold In Graphics®?
Owens Corning’s AttiCat insulation machine features 11 Mold In Graphics®
MIGS® graphics also provide application instructions – right on the product – so there is no need for printing paper instruction manuals which often get misplaced or torn during an insulation job. Graphics also provide important warning information and cautionary messages which aid in customer safety and ensure legal compliance. As a rental item, AttiCat machines change hands daily, so even if customers are rough on the machine while moving and operating it, the graphics will not fall off.