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130. Plastic Injection Molding: Mold Products By Absorbing Plasticizing, Injection, Chilling, Ejection

Employing various techniques such as thermoplastic and thermoses Injection Molding, blow molding, gyratory plastic molding, compression molding, structural foam molding, etc.

We offer comprehensive support from initial concept to final rapid prototyping through production tooling and finishing so that you get the best product. Injection molding is widely used for manufacturing a variety of parts, ranging from the smallest accessory to entire body panels. Plastic Injection Molding mainly involves following four steps:

Plasticizing: During this process we convert the polymer material from its hard granular form to the liquid form at correct melting point. The pellets or plastic powder is melted with in the machine.

Injection: It is an important step during overall Plastic Injection Molding process when heated fluid is forced in to the custom molds at very high pressure.

Chilling: It involves cooling the melted fluid to allow it go gain rigid shape.

Ejection: Here, we remove the cooled and molded object from the mold cavity.

Here are some samples we have done before, please kindly take a look:

Product design

Product design
Rapid prototyping

rapid prototyping

Plastic molds
Custom molds

Electronic product
design samples

rapid prototype

Plastic molds
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