Migma Packtron is scaling up its product portfolio. Prateek Pardeshi underlines the capability allowing it to mass produce and sell.

Dashboards have evolved from erstwhile wooden frames to FRP and now vacuum-formed components. Migma Packtron offers a complete solution, from concept to design to mass production. In recent years, the company has proved its prowess with a varied display of dashboards and door trims, and a variety of cup holders of the same dimensions, manufactured using different materials. Depending on the needs, the vacuum form/process employs four types of plastics: Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS), High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE), High Impact Polystyrene Sheet (HIPS), and thermoplastic compounds. At Migma Packtron, the manufacturing hub has a monthly capacity of producing components for over 2000 buses to give a sense of scale. The most recent advancement is a five-axis router and trimming robot that aids in the trimming of complex components. The product portfolio also includes dashboards, AC ducts, driver and emergency door trims, side panels, mudguards, and other accessories. Ashok Leyland, VECV, Volvo, Olectra, and JBM are among the company’s major clients. The firm also exports to MEA countries.

Product range and processes

Migma Packtron offers a diverse range of vehicle interior and exterior components like the mudguard, fan covers, palettes, and boxes. The organisation has over 35 years of manufacturing experience and is putting to good use a 35,000 sq. ft. manufacturing expanse at its plant.

The entire process, from concept creation to final stage production-ready product, is handled in-house. The process starts with concept creation, followed by designing the product using advanced software to attain a realistic vision of how the finished product would look. Additional simulations aid in determining the material’s stress and fatigue properties. This is followed by tool development, often involving the making of a mould. Once these processes are in place, the company moves on to pro to typing. All details are scrutinised at this stage, and any flaws are ironed out. When all of the corrections are done with, the product is ready for mass production.

The organisation is claimed to have among the largest bed sizes in central India to its advantage. At their facility, free components with a height of 650 mm can be built. The in-house tool development capability provided by three-axis CNC routers for mould and fixture development give it a tech edge. A robot trims the most complicated components quickly and precisely. To meet urgent needs, a rapid prototypical facility is available. Olectra Greentech Ltd. recently awarded the manufacturer in the category, ‘Best On-Time Delivery Supplier’ as a testimony.


Migma Packtron is at the forefront of technology, whether it is developing or manufacturing with modern technologies. The engineering team creates tools and trimming fixtures in-house using computer-aided software. All work is done on the Dassault system’s Licenced Solid Works CAD programme. Having a footprint in the field of vacuum forming for over three decades gives the company an advantage over competitors. It excels in terms of process knowledge. They refer to thermo forming as an art rather than a science. Because of their extensive experience, the company is able to design its own cutting-edge vacuum forming machinery. With all of the latest developments such as pre-stretch, and sag management.

The company ensures a high uptime and with a degree of automation steers clear of downtimes. Even if a breakdown occurs, a quick resolution is made possible without external intervention. The company can anticipate the input thickness of raw material nearly exactly, which aids in cost economics and provides clients with nearly accurate quotations when prototyping. It can build components of up to two metres long and 1.6 metres broad. The components are available in a variety of textures that are find applications in diverse businesses. ABS, HIPS, HDPE, and other thermoplastic compounds such as TPO are vacuum-formed.


Trimming is the most critical and complicated procedure in vacuum-formed items. The component must be separated from the scrap and cut in accordance with the design/drawing. Trimming with a router, the factory has router trimmers on hand to precisely trim the component. The dedicated five axis router can trim complex and large automobile components such as dashboards and inner trims that demand extreme precision. It can cut components measuring 3000 mm by 1700 mm by 800 mm in size.

The automated arm, a cutting-edge robotic arm has been deployed for carrying out complex production tasks in a timely manner. The robot can quickly trim small to medium-sized components with high volumes. Handheld router trims – these are SPMs developed in-house for trimming with a handheld device; the trimming is semi-automatic and requires a guided path to trim the component. This method is typically used for parts requiring less accuracy. ACI


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