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Custom Plastic Injection Molding Service

Get your custom prototypes and production parts from top-notch plastic injection molding services. Attractive prices for high dimensional stability, flawless quality, and superb finishes on injection molded parts.

Rapid Plastic Injection Molding Service

High Quality Plastic Parts

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Production parts as fast as 10-15 days

Dozens of materials and finishes are available


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    Custom Plastic Injection Molding Service

    The process of injection molding involves several steps:

    Mold Design:

    The first step is to design the mold that will be used to shape the plastic material. The mold is typically made of steel and consists of two halves, the cavity and the core, which form the desired shape of the final product.

    Material Selection:

    The appropriate plastic material is selected based on the desired properties of the final product. Factors such as strength, flexibility, and heat resistance are considered during material selection.

    Material Melting:

    The selected plastic material is melted and brought to a molten state. This is typically done using a hopper and an injection unit, where the plastic pellets are heated and melted.


    The molten plastic material is injected into the mold cavity under high pressure. This is achieved by using an injection molding machine, which consists of a screw or plunger that pushes the molten plastic into the mold.

    Cooling and Solidification:

    Once the molten plastic is injected into the mold, it is allowed to cool and solidify. Cooling channels within the mold help to expedite the cooling process.

    Mold Opening and Ejection:

    After the plastic has solidified, the mold is opened, and the final product is ejected. Ejection pins or plates are used to push the product out of the mold.

    Trimming and Finishing:

    Any excess material or flash is trimmed off from the final product. Additional finishing processes, such as polishing or painting, may be performed to achieve the desired appearance.

    Quality Control:

    The final products are inspected for any defects or imperfections. This may involve visual inspection, dimensional measurements, or other quality control techniques.

    Packaging and Distribution:

    The finished products are packaged and prepared for distribution to customers or further assembly processes.

    The process of injection molding is widely used in various industries for the mass production of plastic products. It offers high efficiency, precision, and repeatability, making it a preferred method for manufacturing a wide range of plastic components and products.




    Here are some of the materials we work with:

    AB、Acetal、AS、HDPE、LDPE、Polycarbonate (PC)、Polypropylene (PP)、PS、PVC、PC/ABS、PMMA (Acrylic)、Nylon (PA6/PA66)、POM、PBT、PEEK、PLA、TPE、TPU

    For plastic injection molding, we provide a large assortment of over 100 thermoplastic and thermoset materials. If necessary, we also accept thermoplastics from the customer. Rubber goods and plastic components can be freely customized with various materials. Please get in touch with us if you have any inquiries about the intended use environment or material performance, and our staff will offer knowledgeable guidance.