Lighthouse Molding carries several varieties of material to suit every low pressure molding application and nearly every electronics packaging application--to go directly to our material page click here
LIGHTHOUSE MOLDING WELCOMES NEW CORPORATE OFFICER
As we continue to expand; we continue to add to our already stellar workforce--starting on August 19, 2013, Scott Reisfield will join our management team to help us in our rapid expansion. We know that with the addition of Scott, we will be able to accelerate our growth and be able to support our valued customers better than ever.
Welcome aboard Scott Reisfield.....
Overmolded Lithium Ion batteries now available at Lighthouse Molding!! We have developed a Patent Pending process to overmold all sizes of Lithium Ion batteries (see below)--whether your application has a battery integrated into your assembly or you need a discreet overmolded battery for a handheld device, RC device, or memory device please contact us to see how we can help.
Lighthouse Molding was established in 2005 as an organization to supply turnkey solutions for low pressure molding, to educate customers about low pressure molding, and promote its benefits in electronic applications.We will provide you with material, equipment, and molds to economically encapsulate your electronic assembly.
We or one of our representatives are always available to help you with your application.Challenge us with your intricate packaging needs and let us show you economical packaging alternatives to housings and housings with pottants or conformal coats.Our materials will replace both your housing and environmental barrier all in one shot.We give you the ability to eliminate the following:liquids in your manufacturing process, the need to mix the liquids, the ovens used to cure the mixed liquids, the associated disposal of uncured liquids, the assembly station where the finished PCB is put into the housing, the housing, the mechanical fasteners used to package the PCB in the housing.
Our LPO line of materials process typically in less than one minute; that is start to finish!Mold fill times are usually less than 30 seconds and these materials take less than 30 seconds to harden.Compare that to the extended cure times of most liquids and the associated cost of the equipment needed to cure the liquids and the benefits of a low pressure molding process become self-evident. We help you turn hours into seconds in your electronics assembly facility.