Plastic Injection Mold

Plastic injection molding is the process used to produce low or high volumes of custom plastic parts for commercial and industrial use. From intricate automobile safety components to simple products like business card holders, the applications span a range of industries.   The injection molding process is suitable for a variety of plastic materials and is a vital aspect of modern life—phone cases, electronic housings, toys, and even automotive parts would not be possible without it.


The basics of plastic injection molding process includes creating the product design, making a tooling a mold to fit the product design, melting the plastic resin pellets, and using pressure to inject the melted pellets into the mold. In combination with skilled mold designers, software technology, and the use of expensive CNC machinery, We builds molds for plastic injection that are used to produce high quality molded plastic parts.

Plastic injection mold can be used for anything from manufacturing a few prototype parts up to running millions of an identical part. Plastic injection molding is ideal for making large quantities of the same part or related parts. Plastic injection molding has almost unlimited manufacturing possibilities. Examples of plastic injection molding can be found in a variety of industries including consumer electronics, car parts, medical devices, tools, toys, and packaging. Post-processing applications can be used to achieve the desired finish or texture. Plastic injection molding is an economical way to mass-produce the same or similar plastic parts.


Plastic Injection Molding Machine: There are two types of injection molding machines: electric and hydraulic.  Previously, hydraulic machines were predominately used in the industry. Today electric presses are fast becoming the molding machine of choice.  The reason for this is because electric presses use far less energy and are nearly 100% repeatable. While the cost of an all electric machine is typically 30% higher than a hydraulic presses, higher demand is closing the gap on cost. It is estimated that in the future, hydraulic machines will be a thing of the past, as more injection molding companies are making the switch to stay competitive.

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