• Injection Molding
  • In-line Assembly
  • Off-line Assembly
  • Painting
  • Vibration Welding Capability
  • Hot Plate Welding Capability

What is
injection molding?

Injection molding (also spelled injection moulding) is a manufacturing process for making plastic parts. A molten plastic polymer (either thermoplastic, thermoset, or elastomer) are heated and injected into a mold. The molten plastic is heated, forced into a barrel, mixed, and then injected into a mold cavity where it cools and hardens. Injection molding processes are used to make a wide variety of parts and components, including car panels, bottle caps, toys, lawn chairs and much more. Injection molders are used widely for the automotive, aerospace and medical industries.

The mold itself is an inverse of the desired final product. The mold is made of metal, usually aluminum or steel, and is made to a fine precision to match the component. Injection molding is the most common method of production.