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It is the most common manufacturing technique employed in the making of the plastic objects we use each day, ranging from automotive dashboards to bottle caps and children’s toys. Read More…

Plastic Injection Molding Plastic injection molding is the process of using molten plastic and an injection mold machine to create molded plastic products.
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Leading Manufacturers

Cleveland, OH  |  440-238-3009

You won’t find better quality injection molded plastics anywhere else in the industry. We have built ourselves up from a small manufacturing company to a large company with decades of experience.

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GSH Industries, Inc. $$$

Holland, OH  |  419-867-3900

In business since 2003, ICOMold has gained a reputation as a leader in low-cost, high-quality injection molded plastics. Headquartered in Holland, Ohio, we serve many industries and provide injection molded plastics to customers around the globe.

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ICOMold $$$

Shelby Township, MI  |  248-275-1978

If you are in need of injection molded plastic parts that are of consistent quality, look no further than MSI Mold! We have over 30 years of experience in design, production, and tooling of custom plastic parts.

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MSI Mold $$$

Stuart, FL  |  772-286-9278

We may have started small, but today, we offer our products and services to companies around the world. We are dedicated to our customers, and our goal is to offer better service and pricing to any customer no matter the size.

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Britech Industries $$$

Hollywood, CA  |  415-316-6735

At IG8, we are the injection molding experts. Our engineering team will help you design and with manufacturing tools, dies and molds for prototype and full production runs. We can produce error-free and budget-friendly molding from a wide range of plastic materials such as polypropylene, polycarbonate, and nylon. Our goal is to create a product that matches your exact vision, and to free up your schedule so you can focus on growing your business.

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IG8 Industries $$$

Riverside, CA  |  951-354-0258

At R.M.Tool, we provide custom CNC Machining to help our customers solve some of their toughest machining needs. Our state-of-the-art CNC machining department is equipped with Milling, Turning and Wire EDM Machining Centers. We can process materials such as Steel, Stainless, Aluminum, and other Exotic Materials. We strive to always please our customers by always delivering quality products. From design to finished product, R.M.Tool is your one stop shop for all of your CNC machining needs.

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Hi-Rel Plastics & Molding $$$

Riverside, CA  |  951-509-6918

Call Molded Devices for a fast, competitive quote on plastic molding, plastic injection molding, and medical injection molding services. A wide range of standard & proprietary caps, covers & containers plus custom components for all your needs. We are your one-stop for design consult, quick prototyping, custom formulations & secondary operations!

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Molded Devices, Inc. $$$

Mountain, WI  |  715-276-4200

Nicolet Plastics is an injection molder that specializes in molding of complex parts from our two world-class facilities in Mountain, WI and Jackson, WI. We service our customers by offering solutions to all your molding needs including Carbon 3D printing and post molding / assembly. Our Mountain plant focuses on low to medium runs while our Jackson plant focuses on medium to high volume work. For over 30 years, we have achieved steady growth due to our fast, flexible team and great customer service.

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Nicolet Plastics $$$

Pomona, CA  |  909-784-6305

King Epoxy Emblem Co., Ltd accurately and meticulously engineers plastic molds that produce high quality parts where each part meets pre-established exacting standards. We carefully analyze your design requirements and will assist you in finding a solution that addresses your concerns. We are capable of incorporating any graphic design into our plastic injection molding process.

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King Epoxy Technology Partners (KTP) $$$
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The process of plastic injection molding is used for mass production and prototyping because of its ability to yield high runs at close tolerances. Injection molding is commonly used in the consumer, food service, medical, plumbing, computer and automotive industries, as almost any plastic object can be made from a plastic injection mold. Plastic molding has many advantages including: fast turnaround times, low labor costs and the ability to make complex plastic products.

Waste produced during the molding process is minimal because material is injected into a precisely cut mould. There may be a joining line where the two halves of the mold cavity meet, but the amount wasted is negligible and can be removed during finishing. Any other plastic material waste can easily be recycled for use in further production runs.

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Another advantage of plastic injection molding is the wide variety of materials available for use in the manufacturing process. Material choice is usually dependent on the intended use and function of the product. Most molded plastic products are made from thermoplastics, which become more pliable when heated and rigid when cooled. Thermosets and elastomers, like rubber, are also used in the injection molding process.

The basic machinery used in the process of plastic injection molding consists of a hopper - where the plastic pellets are placed prior to being heated. The plastic material is then fed into a heating unit where it is heated and mixed until molten, at which point dyes or other chemical agents can be added to change the final appearance and feel of the product. The two halves of the injection mold are clamped together under pressure and then the molten plastic is injected into the mold - an inverse of the desired shape of the part being made.

The plastic is then left for a short time to cool and harden before the two halves are separated and the plastic part is ejected out of the mold using ejector pins or rods. Plastic injection molding is a highly beneficial manufacturing choice, yet a disadvantage to be considered is the initial expense of the plastic injection mold that will need to be designed and engineered. However, the many advantages outweigh this expense for many manufacturers.

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