Tool Design & Fabrication

With the best mold design in hand, tool design metal fabrication begins. Inzign believes in producing only high quality tools designed and built to work effectively, we work with both hazard an non hazard materials, an example is the use of Film cores for some of our products. Inzign promises products that are delivered on schedule at competitive prices. Decades of mold design experience result in tools built for quality, performance and reliability. At Inzign’s in house tooling room, tools are manufactured precisely using machining methods that have been refined over the decades. With the combination of both standard machining and EDM, Inzign is able to make complex tools without compromising on surface finishes and according to tolerance requirements, we make sure only use high quality materials. View California Industrial Rubber Co. for more info.

Inzign has the capability to fabricate molds for high manufacturability, long term production, high precision and high cavitation, or use in a Full Hot Runner System.

Inzign has proven capabilities to build:

  • 1 – 128 Cavity Molds
  • Unscrewing Molds
  • In Mold Labeling Molds
  • 2K Mold, Overmoulding Molds
  • Insert Molding Molds

Inzign tooling facilities include:

  • Die Sinking EDM
  • High Speed CNC milling
  • CNC Lathe
  • Conventional milling
  • Surface, cylindrical & jig grinding

Training that covers the hazards presented by dangerous materials, safe handling by the right equipment to manage the stresses and pressures experienced during winding, emergency response information, and methods and procedures for accident avoidance. All dangerous goods employees must receive this training.

Training that provides a general understanding of the security risks associated with dangerous materials transportation and the methods designed to enhance transportation security. This training should include methods on how to recognize and respond to possible security threats. All dangerous goods employees must receive this training.

Training that provides a detailed understanding of a company’s security plan including company security objectives, specific security procedures, employee responsibilities, actions to take in the event of a security breach and the organizational security structure. This training must be provided to dangerous goods employees who handle or perform regulated functions related to the transportation of the materials covered by the security plan or who are responsible for implementing the security plan.


What records do I need to keep?

The dangerous goods employer is responsible for maintaining training records for each dangerous goods employee. These records must be kept for the duration of the three-year training cycle while the dangerous goods employee is employed and for 90 days after the employee leaves employment. Training records must be made available by the employer for audit and review by regulatory authorities upon request.

Training records must include the following:

  • The dangerous goods employee’s name
  • The most recent training completion date
  • A description of, copy of, or reference to training materials used to meet the training requirements
  • The name and address of the person providing the training
  • A certification that the person has been trained and tested as required
  • Certification that the dangerous goods employee has been trained and tested shall be made by the dangerous goods employer or a designated representative.