Our Work

K&B’s portfolio of injection molded projects extends across industries, from HVAC and automotive to marine and appliance.

 

Utilizing our many capabilities, including sonic welding, overmolding and hot stamping, we’ve molded components for a variety of applications. Our gallery below is just a sample of what we can do, so don’t hesitate to contact us with questions about your next project.

Thermoplastic Rubber Adapter

Thermoplastic Rubber Adapter

with hose clamps and cap installed.
Polypropylene Base

Polypropylene Base

(several styles) and Acrylic Bowl, which screw together. When assembled with metal screen, they make a water filter for camping.
Carbon filled Nylon Impeller

Carbon filled Nylon Impeller

Base with a powdered metal insert over-molded in the hub. A matching top plate is ultrasonically welded onto this part in a secondary operation.
Two bladed

Two bladed

motor for a fishing trolling motor.
Two piece interlocking collar

Two piece interlocking collar

which when assembled, aligns a large paper roll on a steel shaft.
Two piece cradle

Two piece cradle

held together with one screw to stow a trolling motor when not in use.
Ventilation hood

Ventilation hood

for exhaust gases from a hot water heater.
Rear view

Rear view

of the front cover for an instrument panel. This device is required to be water-tight.
7 inch Acrylic lens

7 inch Acrylic lens

for a road hazard warning signal.
Multi-colored and multi-durometer

Multi-colored and multi-durometer

thermoplastic rubber handle grips for cushioning steel shafts.
Acetal Impellers

Acetal Impellers

for a 4 inch, submersible deep-well pump.
Additional views

Additional views

of the Acetal Impellers, showing the blade configuration prior to the top being ultrasonically welded onto the base.
Rear view

Rear view

of a polycarbonate/ABS blend housing for a touchscreen. This view also shows the polyester push buttons and curved arms assembled, which allow the screen angle to be adjusted.
Three blade propeller

Three blade propeller

for a fishing trolling motor.
Rear view

Rear view

of the three bladed propeller for a fishing trolling motor. This view shows the drive mechanism on this part.
Peek flanged sleeve

Peek flanged sleeve

with three brass threaded inserts over-molded into the part.
Acetal bearing retainer

Acetal bearing retainer

formed by over molding 8 high-chrome steel balls into place. The acetal extends below the centerline to hold the balls in place and the lubricity of the material allows the balls to rotate in this low speed application.
Glass filled Nylon

Glass filled Nylon

Locking Collar to locate a unit on a steel shaft.
Glass filled type 6

Glass filled type 6

Nylon Adjustment Knob with rotationally hot stamped numbering.
ABS Housing

ABS Housing

with numerous compartments to hold various different components of the final assembly.
Glass/Mineral

Glass/Mineral

filled Polypropylene Housing with four threaded studs over-molded into the part to allow a motor to be assembled.