Injection Molding


One of the most common methods of converting plastics from the raw material form to an article of use is the process of injection molding. This process is most typically used for thermoplastic materials which may be successively melted, reshaped and cooled. This versatile process allows us to produce high quality, simple or complex components. Injection molding consists of a high pressure injection of the raw material into a mold cavity which shapes the polymer into the desired shape.

Key Advantages & Benefits
of Molding Parts with injection molding:

  • Injection molding allows for high production output rates.
  • When producing your product you may use inserts within the mold. You may also use fillers for added strength.
  • Close tolerances on small intricate parts is possible with Injection Molding.
  • More than one material may be used at the same time when utilizing co-Injection Molding.
  • There is typically very little post production work required because the parts usually have a very finished look upon ejection.
  • All scrap may be reground to be reused, therefor there is very little waste.

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