Our capabilities include plastic injection-molding for thermoplastic materials. Our New Product Introduction (NPI) and Engineering staffs have years of experience on tooling complex injection molded parts. By understanding your design intent , we then design and fabricate molds to your product specifications.
Injection molds are used for high volume parts. Customer’s parts are created by making a mold for the part using tool steel. The mold is then placed into an Injection Molding machine for fabrication of the parts.
Injection molding is used to create many things such as wire spools, packaging, bottle caps, automotive dashboards, pocket combs, some musical instruments (and parts of them), one-piece chairs and small tables, storage containers, mechanical parts (including gears), and most other plastic products available today. Injection molding is the most common method of part manufacturing. It is ideal for producing high volumes of the same object. Some advantages of injection molding are high production rates, repeatable high tolerances, the ability to use a wide range of materials, low labor cost, minimal scrap losses, and little need to finish parts after molding. Some disadvantages of this process are expensive equipment investment, potentially high running costs, and the need to design moldable parts.