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Read below for the latest news on Midas Pattern and the injection moulding industry. 

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How does RIM work?

Date Added: 19/07/2022

Reaction Injection Moulding (RIM) is a relatively new process, with its development taking place in 1969. It has quickly shot up to become one of the world’s leading plastic moulding processes, due to its impressive versatility and scalability when it comes to producing high quality plastic...

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Together in electric dreams

Date Added: 29/06/2022

The #MidasGreenInitiative is obviously close to our hearts as our entire business ethics are based on supplying high quality, parts for life-enhancing and life-saving products whilst staying true to our commitment to operate as a carbon net zero business.

At the start of our ‘green’...

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Midas on the international professional engineering stage

Date Added: 08/06/2022

Energy switching, zero fossil fuels, solar and woodland partnerships, coupled with a change in diet and travel, can all make a significant difference to CO2 emissions, and they also help a company to save and make more money, that was the message Midas manging director Alan Rance endeavoured...

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Is Reaction Injection Moulding Sustainable?

Date Added: 25/05/2022

The process behind reaction injection moulding generates a large amount of electrical energy which is then fed back into environmental emissions. The long-life cycle of moulds created through using reaction injection moulding (RIM) tackles the ever-growing drain on raw materials, as once created,...

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Rooted in nature – Midas employees plant trees for life

Date Added: 07/04/2022

In our commitment to take the carbon responsibility for our customers, we are proud of our achievements in achieving and maintaining our carbon net zero status.

As part of our partnership agreement with the Forest of Marston Vale – a charity managing a community woodland site in our home...

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