Weber Manufacturing Technologies Inc.

Supplier of precision-machined molds in Invar, steel, aluminum and nickel for various composite processes. Uses a Nickel Vapor Deposition process to produce solid nickel-shell molds for layup and out-of-autoclave use. ISO9001:2008, and CCGP for involvement in ITAR projects.

16566 Hwy. 12
PO Box 399
Midland, ON L4R 4L1 CA

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Weber Manufacturing adds DMG Mori machine

Weber Manufacturing expands, buys huge machine
Weber has recently installed an innovative, high-speed 5 axis machining center, a 2017 DMU 340 P Unimould by DMG Mori (Bielefeld, Germany), the first of its kind in Ontario and just the third such machine in North America.

Weber demonstrating heating, cooling capabilities of its molds
Weber Manufacturing Technologies (Midland, ON, Canada), exhibiting in booth H52, is showing a nickel vapor deposition (NVD) mold for a Class A automotive body panel, demonstrating the tool’s rapid heating and cooling capabilities.

Tooling (2017)
Composite parts are formed in molds, also known as tools. Tools can be made from virtually any material. The material type, shape and complexity depend upon the part and length of production run. Here's a short summary of the issues involved in electing and making tools.

Slideshow of SPE ACCE 2015
A look at the 15th edition of SPE’s Automotive Composites Conference & Exhibition (ACCE).

Weber Manufacturing Technologies: Midland, ON, Canada
With a long, storied history in composites moldmaking, this rare nickel vapor deposition specialist has built a strong niche, making large, high-quality tools.

Tooling (2015)
Composite parts are formed in molds, also known as tools. Tools can be made from virtually any material. The material type, shape and complexity depend upon the part and length of production run. Here's a short summary of the issues involved in electing and making tools.

Combining curing processes for faster part production
Regloplas USA (St. Joseph, Mich.) says it has demonstrated a tool heating method that overcomes poor temperature uniformity in autoclave curing processes.

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Tooling
The molds used for forming composites, also known as tools, can be made from virtually any material. But tooling costs and complexity increase as the part performance requirements, surface quality requirements and/or the number of parts to be produced increase.

SPE Automotive Div. names 2013 award winners
The SPE Automotive Div.'s annual Automotive Innovation Awards Gala was held Nov. 6 in Livonia, Mich., USA, and presented winners in eight categories.

Revisioning the Viper: Clamshell hood challenge
Autoclave-cured carbon-fiber prepreg hood/fender combo proves as technically formidable as it is visually stunning.

Building a better tail boom
Out-of-autoclave carbon fiber/thermoplastic demonstrator is a 30 percent lighter drop-in replacement for an existing aluminum design.

Faster cycle, better surface: Out of the autoclave
GM is first automaker to use Class A CFRP parts from new pressure-press technology.

Corvette

In new Corvette Stingray, another step forward for composites
Plasan Carbon Composites puts its "pressure press" process, developed with Globe Machine, to work in the manufacture of the hood and roof for the new 2014 Corvette Stingray, introduced last week at the Detroit Auto Show.

Plasan sheds light on its automotive composites work in Michigan
Plasan Carbon Composites opens the doors of its new technical development center in Wixom, Mich., USA and reveals the composites manufacturing process it's developed with Globe Machine for the production of automotive parts.

Auto composites quest: One-minute cycle time?
Faced with high fuel prices and ever-more stringent restrictions on tailpipe emissions, automakers are taking composites into their own hands.

Redesigned, re-engineered Viper introduced by Chrysler
Due to hit the market by the end of the year, the new Viper makes significant use of carbon fiber and glass fiber composites in some body panels and underhood structures.

Tooling for composites: Evolutionary trajectory
New technologies and improved methods keep up as tools get bigger and more complex and toolmaking gets ever more challenging.

Conference highlights: Carbon Fiber 2010
For the composites professionals who gathered from every link in the carbon fiber composites supply chain at CompositesWorld’s Carbon Fiber 2010 conference (Dec. 7-9 in San Diego, Calif.) one significant development in the carbon fiber landscape colored much of the discussion at this three-day event.

2010 SAMPE Europe/JEC Paris Showcase
Record crowds and reignited technological development testified to the composite industry’s renewed health and the recent recession’s demise.

JEC Composites Show 2010 Highlights
Despite the volcanic ash that clouded air travel, an eruption of new technology and new business did much to dispel the clouds of economic recession.

Product Categories of Weber Manufacturing Technologies Inc.

Tools/tooling materials
  • Other tools/tooling materials
  • Tools
    • Cast
    • Hot-air
    • Hybrid materials
    • Integrally heated
    • Prototype
    • RTM/resin infusion
    • Resin injection
    • Composite
      • Composite, fiberglass
      • Composite, other
    • Metal
      • Metal, aluminum
      • Metal, invar
      • Metal, nickel shell
      • Metal, steel
      • Metal, other
  • Mandrels
    • Mandrels, aluminum
    • Mandrels, segmented
    • Mandrels, steel
    • Mandrels, other
  • Tooling equipment, materials and supplies
    • Backup structures
    • Master pattern material, other
Fabricating services
  • Thermoset materials
    • Autoclave cure
    • Compression molding
Design, testing, consulting, other services
  • CAD/CAM/CAE design
  • Inspection services
  • Product design