Injection Molding is a method of manufacturing plastic parts that are used in many industries including automotive, aerospace, electronics, medical devices, and others.

Injection Molding Processes

There are two types of injection molding processes that can be used to create plastic parts. These include single-stage and multi-stage injection molding.

Single-Stage Injection Molding

The single-stage injection molding process is used to produce small quantities of plastic parts. This method uses a heated barrel containing molten plastic resin. A plunger pushes the resin through a nozzle into the cavity of an open mold. Once the plastic has cooled down, the molded part is removed from the mold.

Multi-Stage Injection Moldings

The multi-stage injection mold process is used to produce large quantities of plastic parts. It consists of injecting molten plastic into a closed mold at high pressure. After the plastic cools, the mold opens and the part is ejected.

What is plastic injection molding?

Injection molding is a manufacturing process that uses a heated barrel to inject molten thermoplastic material into a mold cavity. This process can produce parts from many different materials including metals, ceramics, polymers, composites, wood, glass, and even food products.

Why do we need this method?

The primary reason for using injection molding is to create complex shapes that are not possible through other methods. In addition, injection molding allows for the creation of small quantities of custom-made parts.

How does it work?

When the molten thermoplastic material is injected into the mold cavity, it cools down and hardens almost immediately. Once hardened, the part is ejected out of the mold and ready to use.