What is Injection Molding

Material for the part is fed into a heated barrel, mixed, and forced into a mould cavity, where it cools and hardens to the configuration of the cavity. It is ideal for lightweight parts that are immune to corrosion.

After a product is designed, usually by an industrial designer or an engineer, moulds are made by a mould-maker (or toolmaker) from metal, usually either steel or aluminium, and precision-machined to form the features of the desired part.

Advantages of 

Rapid Injection moulding

  • Low Waste

  • Fast Production

  • Design Flexibility

  • Labour Costs Low

  • High Volumes of the Same Object.

Our Injection molding Service

we specialize in high-quality custom plastic injection molding and mold tool making. Plastic injection molding is by far the industry’s most common way to manufacture plastic parts, especially when making larger quantities.

Custom moulding is our speciality and we can produce either complete injection mould products or component parts, which we can also help assemble into a larger product if required.

We work with a wide range of thermoplastic polymers including ABS, polycarbonate, polypropylene, Nylon family – as well as engineering materials such as PEEK

Mold Tool Production

Aluminum tools are quickest to produce and most cost effective. Aluminum is softer and therefore suited to smaller volumes. For larger volume production, and for aggressive resins or part geometries requiring thin blades or ribs, it’s best to use harder materials that are more durable.

Steel tools are tougher and more durable but can take longer to produce. These are suited for larger volumes or when injecting abrasive or corrosive plastics that would damage aluminum molds.

  • Pre-hardened tool steel is used for quantities of 100,000 and more, depending on plastic material and part geometry. We use P20 and NAK80 stress-relieved steel.

  • Fully-hardened tool steel is the most durable and can be used for millions of injected parts. H13 hardened steel is ideal for full production volumes or when injecting abrasive engineering-grade plastics.