From wire spools to bottle caps to automotive dashboards, injection molding is used to create a variety of products—using a wide range of materials. This method is ideal for producing large quantities of the same object at repeatable high tolerances and at low labor costs.
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When to use it?
While injection molding is an excellent way to create large volumes of quality plastic parts from a wide variety of materials with minimal labor cost, it is also a process that requires expensive equipment investment, potentially high running costs, and designed moldable parts. If you are interested in injection molding—or if you have questions about the suitability of this process for your aims—let us know. We want to help you make an informed decision that benefits your business. We also will let you know if your project’s specifications exceed our capabilities.
Injection Molding: A Technical Overview
Producing parts from thermoplastic and thermosetting plastic materials
Precision-machined molds are usually made of a range of hardened steel
Requires design of moldable parts for the manufacturing process
Capable of creating products with materials ranging from polypropylene to most engineered materials