Injection Molding produces parts by forcing molten plastic into a mold where it cools and hardens. Granular plastic is fed by gravity from a hopper into a heated barrel. As the granules are moved forward by a screw-type plunger, the plastic is forced into a heating chamber, where it is melted. As the plunger advances further, the melted plastic is forced through a nozzle into the mold cavity. The mold remains relatively cold so the plastic solidifies almost as soon as the mold is filled. Custom steel tooling is required and adds to the initial cost but is quickly amortized.
We specialized in producing plastic injection molding parts for years. Our professional engineers and skillful operators can design and produce high quality products in accord with your drawings and samples. With the CNC machining centers and other mold tooling machines, we can produce and assembly the mold in our factory. It helps us to reduce the cost, save the time and ensures us to provide high quality plastic parts with reasonable price and short lead time.
Different types of injection moulding processes.