Tooling and Injection Molding
Meet your production needs with injection molding
If you’re looking for high volume production, injection molding may be the manufacturing process for you.
This traditional method creates high quality end-use parts with versatile materials – all in a repeatable process.
Whether you need low-volume prototype tools or hardened steel production tools, or need additional add-ons for challenging geometries, our knowledgeable tooling engineers can help.
HOW IT WORKS
An overview of the injection molding process
It all begins with a CNC machined tool or mold.
Our experts manufacture a mold from your CAD part and drawing files that leaves a cavity where the part will be injected. The injection mold machine then injects heated material pellets into your mold at a high speed and pressure.
The mold separates, leaving an injection-molded part. This process can be repeated for thousands of cycles.
Explore popular uses for this traditional manufacturing method
- High volume production
- Consumer goods and electronics
MACHINE TECHNICAL DETAILS
Typically two to four weeks, but is dependent on your project.
Contact us for an official quote with a specific lead time for your project.
Tolerances of +/-0.005 in, but critical or small features can be held much tighter.
Contact us to see what is possible.
You can specify a wide variety of surface finishes including SPI and Mold Tech standards.
You can also provide Pantone or RAL color codes to tint or paint parts.
- Polypropylene (PP)
- Glass Filled Nylon
Due to the complex nature of this manufacturing process, we suggest contacting our professional injection molding engineering team.
They can provide tips, tricks, and design guides specific to your project at hand.
Gain answers to common questions about the injection molding process.