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Mass production has made it vital for one to develop a way to produce similar products for a line. One of the materials used in this process is plastic to help make this part. Injection molding was created. Molten plastic is pushed through a barrel and mixed with other raw materials before being pushed out into an already prepared mold. Once the heated plastic cools, it is removed from the mold and given some finishing touches before shipping.

Since so many companies use plastic, injection molding is a huge deal for most companies and their production lines. It is something that has grown over the years and continued gaining popularity. In learning about it, you can make the right decisions on using injection molding services for your company.

Injection molding has been in the market for a while and continues to make headlines as one of the best services for ensuring that your plastic pieces are made quickly and efficiently. Since the molds are premade, one has all the freedom they want regarding the different parts being made. In more than one way, it has revolutionized the production line, especially when it comes to plastic.

Why Choose All Win MFG for Injection Molding?

• Fast and highly effective production. Production is faster because the molds are already made, and there is no delay once work starts.
• They have reduced labor costs due to the use of machines. Machines reduce the number of people who need to be in the factor for work.
• Flexible designs and easily customizable since the molds are made before production. There is a lot more freedom with the designs, and you can even get your design made from scratch.
• High production rates and value. The speed and accuracy make the entire production process worth your time and money.
• A huge variety of materials to work with. There are so many polymers and plastics that can work with this process.
• Law waste production. Since the plastic is injected into the mold, very little waste is produced.
• Consistency in finished product sizes and designs. Since the molds are made beforehand, you can expect similar finished products.

Applications of Injection Molding

Additional Injection Molding Options at All Win MFG

Insert Molding

Insert molding involves molding plastic over another material. It is mostly used when you want to add plastic to metallic parts like thread or wires. With insert molding, you get to combine the two different materials and make a single object. The plastic is used to help improve the resistance of the material being covered and make it stronger and sometimes heavier.
 

Overmolding

Overmolding involves the use of two plastic molded into one piece. The plastics are molded into shape in two steps. The first bit will be injected into the mold and left to cue before the second plastic is added. It is used to add detail and sometimes create a rubbery finish for the products. Overmolding mostly uses plastic because it is easy to cure and layer.
 

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Injection Molding FAQs

  • What are the steps to get injection molded parts?

    Many people are at a loss when figuring out how to carry out injection molding. The good thing is that the method is pretty simple. Here is how you will go about the process:
    • The mold is prepped and closed for the process to begin.
    • Molten plastics get fed into the closed-up mold using the injection. Outlets will ensure the steam does not stay in the mold as the plastic gets molded.
    • The molten plastic is allowed to cool down.
    • Once the plastic cools, the mold is opened up, and the pieces are ejected, ready for examination, packaging, and shipping.

  • What type of parts are suitable for metal injection molding process?

    Injection molding can be used to make so many parts. All you need to do is figure out what bits and pieces in the market can be made using the molds that the molders come in. One of the most recognized parts made from injection molding has got to be the Lego bricks. Since they are so small, they need a mold that can efficiently create them.
    Since these pieces are also so intricate, they should all be made in a way where they fit perfectly with one another. Even though Legos are just an example, injection molds are used in companies that need accuracy with plastic materials and pieces.

  • What industries use plastic injection molding?

    Many industries depend on plastic to be able to work well. It is for this reason that more people are embracing this process. Here are the industries that use plastic injection molding:
    • Pharmaceuticals create droppers and syringes since they need to be made in very specific and accurate sizes for them to work.
    • Food industries to create storage containers and other plastics that are BPA-free.
    • The medical industry to create different plastic equipment used when examining patients.
    • Transportation to create spare parts and nay customizable parts for different vehicles. They make car repairs much cheaper and easier.
    • Building and construction to create handles for tools that might be slippery

  • What is the difference between molding and printing?

    Even though printing and molding all use plastics to create new materials, they slightly differ based on how these two methods work. Printing is an additive process and needs a 3D image created to be used as a reference for when the molding takes place. Without the proper 3D image, the printer will not produce anything.
    On the other hand, molding needs hot plastic material fed into already made mold so that it can cool down and form the object being made. While we both end up with a product, the two will be made differently.

  • What is injection molding?

    Injection molding is the process of feeding heated polymer or plastic through a barrel onto an already shaped model to create a product. It is mostly used when one needs accuracy and efficiency in their work. Before the process starts, there have to be molds created that will help ensure the right shape is achieved since molds are made beforehand, and the finished product is similar in size and design, which is what you want. The process has been embraced as the best method for creating new items on a large scale since it is very affordable compared to other production methods in the market.

With services including CNC machining, sheet cutting, sheet metal forming & injection molding, All Win MFG delivers 100% qualified products on time, efficiently and reliably. We are your ideal manufacturing partner for plastic parts, customized metal parts and customized sheet metal parts.

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