Plastic Injection Molded Polycarbonate Truck Mirror Housing for the Automotive Industry

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Plastic Injection Molded Polycarbonate Truck Mirror Housing
Plastic Injection Molded Polycarbonate Truck Mirror Housing

An automotive manufacturer recently contracted us to injection mold the truck mirror housing shown here. It is part of a six-way adjustable power mirror assembly and represents the larger end of the weight range for our injection molding capabilities.

The housing was molded from polycarbonate, with a base thickness of .230". We utilized a single cavity mold and 300 tons of clamping force to form the piece. The finished housing featured a matte black finish and dimensions of 4.0" in length, 12.5" in width, and 7.0" in height. It was also molded to tolerances of ± 0.010", which was verified, as well as all features and dimensions with comprehensive dimensional and visual inspections. This product is produced in quantities of 500 per year, with lead-times of 2 weeks. To learn more about this project, or the processes used to manufacture it, see the table below or contact Gordy Plastics directly.

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Plastic Injection Molded Polycarbonate Truck Mirror Housing Project Highlights

Product Description
Housing for six-way adjustable power mirror for trucks.
Injection Molding Capabilities Applied/Processes
Plastic Injection Molding
Overall Part Dimensions
Product Length: 4.0"
Product Width: 12.5"
Product Height: 7.0"
Product Weight: 36.2 oz.
Tightest Tolerances
± 0.010"
Material Used
Base Material: PC (Polycarbonate)
  • Material Thickness: 0.230"
Material Finish
Matte Black
Testing/Inspection Process
Visual Inspection, Dimensional Inspection
Addition Facts
Shot Size: 25.9 oz.
Maximum Clamping Force: 300 tons
Number of Cavities: 1
Industry for Use
500 per Year
Delivery/Turnaround Time
2 Weeks
Delivery Location
Eastern Oregon
Standards Met
Customer Quality Specifications, CAD Drawing
Full Cavity Fill/No NIT Lines
Pressure/Structural Integrity
Product Name
Truck Mirror Housing

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