Online Injection Moulding Services

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Injection Molding is a manufacturing process for producing parts for large volume. The material is fully fill in the mold to create a plain part

Injection Molding is a manufacturing process for producing parts for large volume. The material is fully fill in the mold to create a plain part

02. What is Injection Moulding

This was a revolutionary process and no other has changed product design
more than Injection Molding.

Injection molded products appear in every sector of product design: consumer products, business, industrial, computers, communication, medical and research products, toys, cosmetic packaging
and sports equipment.
The most common equipment for molding thermoplastics is the reciprocating screw machine,
shown schematically in the figure.

Polymer granules are fed into a spiral press where they mix and soften to a dough-like consistency that can be forced through one or more channels ('sprues') into the die.

The polymer solidifies under pressure and the component is then ejected.
Thermoplastics, thermosets and elastomers can all be injection molded.
Co-injection allows molding of components with different materials, colors and features.

Injection foam molding allows economical production of large molded components.

03. Injection Moulding Process

Step 1 – Model creation
Step 2 – Making the mold
Step 3 – Mold Instalation & Configuaration
Step 4 – Mold close
Step 5 – Injection
Step 6 – Cooling Process
Step 7 – Part Ejection
Step 8 – Additional configuration
Step 9 – Production
Step 10 – Post processing / Packaging

05. Materials For Injection Moulding

ABS
Polypropylene
PVC
Polyethylene
HDPE
Nylon
Polycarbonate
PEEK
POM
PMMA
PC/ABS

06. Finishing for Injection Moulding

3D CAST
Glossy paint Finishing
Glossy paint
3D CAST
Soft touch Finishing
Soft touch
3D CAST
Painting Finishing
Painting
3D CAST
Laser engraving Finishing
Laser engraving
3D CAST
Screen printing Finishing
Screen printing
3D CAST
Tampography Finishing
Tampography