ong Beach, California – Morgan-Press, a short-run plastics injection molding solution has proved exceptionally effective for rapid prototyping and experimental work with various engineered plastic materials for various industries, including medical and electronic, according to Charles R. Land, President of Morgan. Because of its unique ability to use only a small quantity of material, the Morgan-Press can actually mold a test specimen or product using “test tube” quantities of experimental plastics without the need to pelletize them beforehand. Since compounders and plastic formulators often deal with very expensive or scarce materials, it is particularly important that they be able to test in the smallest amounts possible. The Morgan-Press is the molder that best meets this need and, in addition, uses low-cost tooling for economical production of prototype and short-run parts of up to 4-oz. shot size. Morgan-Press machines are used extensively by development labs; by plastic blenders, compounders and formulators; and by one-of-a-kind or short-run producers such as medical laboratories, R & D departments, model shops and companies that require “in-house” control of unique product design and development projects.