Accede Mold & Tool specializes in complex and precision state-of-the-art mold making for the plastic injection molding industry. We go beyond traditional mold building to offer value-added solutions to meet our customer’s most demanding challenges.

Accede provides consistent, carefully planned solutions for each phase of a program, from research and development to full turn-key system integration solutions.

Accede’s innovative mold concepts, manufacturing experience, and full-service global support sets us apart from all other mold builders, foreign or domestic. We understand that the job is not complete until our customer’s needs are met.

About Us

Established in 1981 just outside of Rochester, NY, USA, Accede has matured to become a global leader in mold solutions.  We invite you to explore our “About Us” page to learn of our history, training, and corporate culture.

industries

Accede’s experience in many facets of mold making allows us to maintain a diversified list of core competencies.  We are proud and grateful to be a supplier for a wide array of markets.  Explore our “Industries” page to learn more about the markets we serve.

Tooling Mastery

Accede has the experience and capabilities to offer customers the latest in automation solutions, multi-shot, rotating cube, lift and rotate, in-mold close, stack, unscrewing, high cavitation, and other design platforms.  Explore our “Tooling Mastery” gallery to view more.

Service Excellence

Accede provides service beyond custom mold designs and builds including turn-key systems integration, R&D, in-house mold sampling and inspection, clean room, and process validation.  Explore our “Service Excellence” page to find out how we can help.

Mentorship at Accede Mold & Tool

MMT Highlights Mentorship With Accede’s Camille Sackett

A Three-Step Process to Career Advancement Includes Mentorship
Mentorship is an effective growth strategy for your mold manufacturing career with proper preparation.Although the U.S. labor force growth is projected to be slower with participation trending down, there is great news for those of us working in the mold making industry: We have more opportunity than ever to contribute and bring value to our organizations! How are you preparing yourself to seize and capitalize on these rewarding and fulfilling opportunities? I’d encourage you to take the initiative to seek out a mentor.

A mentor has wisdom and knowledge gained from experience. A mentor is willing to advise you to accelerate your learning curve, helping you to avoid pitfalls and decoys. (more…)

DATE CHANGE: Accede’s LIVE at the 2022 Injection Molding & Design Expo!

Even though the Injection Molding & Design Expo dates have changed, Accede wouldn’t miss it! Previously scheduled for March 16-17, the Expo has been changed to May 25-26. Here at Accede, we are still excited about the upcoming trade show. We realize how important it is to rejoin our colleagues, make new ones, all while discovering new technologies, resources, and equipment within the injection mold industry. The Injection Molding & Design Expo. is doing just that! With free admission as a bonus! (REGISTER HERE)

Taking place in Detroit, Michigan, Accede will be joining in this first live event since PLASTEC 2020! (more…)

MMT Chats: Never Stop Learning Is the Motto

Christina Fuges catches up with MMT Editorial Advisory Board member Camille Sackett of Accede Mold & Tool. Sackett talks about the value of truly focusing on quality, leading customers to success, building culture, mentoring and continuous life learning … and her love of audiobooks and podcasts.

From drafting in middle school to engineering at Eastman Kodak to mold design for small family-owned mold builder Accede Mold and Tool where she has moved up into a variety of engineering, marketing, quality management and sales, Camille Sackett has her share of stories and insights.
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UPCOMING EXHIBITS & VIRTUAL EVENTS

INJECTION MOLDING & DESIGN EXPO

May 25-26, 2022: Detroit, MI
Accede will participating in a mold making panel discussion with Laurie Harbor on the 25th: “What will the future of moldmaking looks like”.

For more information, visit HERE.