Low Volume Injection Molding Service
OUR Low volume injection molding capabilities
Rapid tooling making
Rapid tooling uses additive manufacturing or machining processes to create not the parts directly, but tooling such as molds, dies, or patterns, which are then used in traditional manufacturing processes to produce the final parts, bridging the gap between (rapid) prototyping and production, and enabling the manufacturing of end-use parts.
Plastic injection molding
Injection molding is a method to obtain molded products by injecting plastic materials molten by heat into a mold, and then cooling and solidifying them. The method is suitable for the mass production of products with complicated shapes, and takes a large part in the area of plastic processing.
Over molding is an injection molding process used to mold one plastic (commonly a rubber-like plastic called TPE) over top of another component (substrate). The substrate is usually an injection-molded plastic part, but it could also be made from various other materials.
Insert molding is an injection molding process that involves adding inserts, particularly metal, into an injection-molded part. Placing the insert within the mold cavity occurs before molten plastic injection. Consequently, on cooling, the insert becomes a permanent plastic part.
Our Injection molding specification
|Mold Life Cycle||Above 100,000|
|Minimum Part Size||1×1×1 mm|
|Lead Time||15 Business Days|
|Materials||PMMA, PC, ABS, ABS/PC, PP, POM, TPU, PA66|
What is Low Volume Injection Molding?
Low-volume injection molding refers to the production of small batches (typically less than 1000 pieces) of plastic parts. This process is repeated hundreds or thousands of times quickly, which amortizes the cost of tooling and reduces the cost of each unit. Low-volume plastic injection molding is usually done with a smaller-dimensioned machine that can be used for prototyping.
ADVANTAGE OF of INJECTION MOLDING
Injection molding is plastic manufacturing process that can produce high quality parts at scale. It’s typically used for low- to high-volume production.
- Low cost at higher volumes
- Exceptional part cosmetics and surface finish
- Complex parts
- Wide range of plastic materials
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