"Helping the customer complete a design that will produce a cost-effective thermoformed part and then helping to bring it to market is what differentiates Kintz Plastics from its competitors." - Wynn Kintz
Kintz Plastics, Inc. produces molded plastic parts (thermoforming). The biomedical industry is a primary customer, and Kintz produces many of the covers on high-tech medical equipment. Customers also include medical electronics, automotive, environmental, computer and other specialty applications.
Kintz Plastics, an ISO 9001:2008 registered company, has delivered quality thermoformed products on time and at a competitive price since 1976.
At Kintz Plastics we remain committed to being the leader in heavy gauge technology, thermoforming, pressure forming and twin sheet forming.
Kintz's thermoforming expertise has earned the company numerous honors from the Society of Plastics Industries, including several "Best in SHOW".
Wynn Kintz started his company in 1976 in a 500 square foot building with three employees. He soon spearheaded a major expansion, adding manufacturing equipment and space every few years. In 1992, the company began to offer Twin-Sheet Thermoforming. In 2001, construction began on the Kintz Plastics Tech Center with 30,000 square feet of new manufacturing and engineering space, expanding the total manufacturing space to more than 100,000 square feet. In 2005, Kintz installed "Jumbo," the largest 4-station rotary thermoforming machine in the Eastern US, and capable of thermoforming parts up to 9 by 13 feet.
Dust Free Paint & Finishing Services
Anticipating increasing customer demand for high-gloss painted parts, Kintz Plastics completed construction of a state-of-the-art, 2,000-square-foot facility to create a dust-free environment to ensure the highest quality of its painted finishes.
The new facility expands our painting capacity from three to five paint booths and a mixing area for all shifts. Typically, the Paint Department at Kintz operates 16-hours a day, five days a week.
Kintz in-house painting facility can provide any color or finish clients require – including water-borne paint and EMI/RFI shielding.
In-house finishing means that we assume responsibility for products from design to finish. Kintz Plastics Graphic Arts department offers screen-printing (even on textured surfaces), and PAD-printing as well as hotstamping in single or multiple colors.
Adventure's Ahead magazine (1949)
A 1949 article in General Electric's Adventures Ahead magazine highlights the evolution of Kintz Plastics -- a real extension of a true family business.
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