Mold Making Services
Prototool has been a leading injection molding service provider since 2012. We offer mold injection and epoxy injection services, including mold repair, plastic injection, and casting. We are catering to the molding needs of multiple industries already using CNC machining, plastic injection molding, and vacuum casting. Other methods we utilize are CNC machining and 3D printing to make molds. Our high precision and quality manufacturing give us an edge as an injection molding service provider in the industry. So if you need injection molding for prototype or production volumes, we have the experience, turnaround times, and expert staff to get the job done right.
Por qué elegirnos
The machining industry is brimming with countless molding companies. But we have some solid reasons to hand over your molding projects (whether plastic injection molds or molds for die casting services) to us. Here’s why:
Cómo trabajar con nosotros
Our Work Process: How Can You Get Your Molding Project Done with Us
Need Help with the Prototyping of Your Design?
You can talk to our prototyping experts, discuss your product idea, discover its manufacturability, and get the prototype. (You’re just one click away from your next prototype.）
What We Can Do
Involves the use of a master prototype to make a silicone mold and then pouring the material into the silicone mold. We offer fast turnaround, cost-efficient vacuum cast parts to convert your design/concept from 1 to 100+ offs.
Using the metal of your choice, we will cast for you the parts you desire; now access the service previously only restricted for large-run manufacturing projects for your prototypes.
Tolerances in Molding
There are many different molding tolerances, each suited to specific industry needs. For example, micro-molding uses extremely small (often microscopic) parts and high-precision tolerances for applications in the medical field; structural foam molding uses gas to create a lightweight and cost-effective alternative for furniture components. Tolerances for molded parts can be as precise as +/-0.01 inches.
Material Used While Molding
Plastic injection molding is just what it sounds like. A plastic material–usually a powder or liquid–is mixed with different additives and then fed into a machine that heats the material to a liquid state. The melted material is then injected into a high-temperature steel mold under extreme pressure, which gives the material its shape and texture.
Molded parts are used in nearly every industry, from automotive to biomedical research. There are very few industries where molded parts aren’t used. Molds are used in various industries, including aerospace, cosmetics, healthcare, and appliances.
Molding process makes it possible to create high-quality products with a low labor cost.
Our Strengths That Made Us Favorite in 30+ Countries for Our Molding Services Globally.
Achieving tight tolerances is one of molding’s biggest advantages over other manufacturing methods. Tolerances are measured using the wall thickness of your part. The tighter your part’s tolerance is, the more difficult it will be to manufacture and the more expensive it will be. However, with injection molding, tight tolerances can be achieved with ease and speed and at a reasonable cost compared with other manufacturing methods. And precise tolerances are our strength, making us a go-to choice of over 30 countries that believe in us for our injection molding services.
When you need a molding job done right, we’re the answer.
We have a reputation for delivering high quality, tight tolerance, and quick turnaround as fast as 1 day. We know that it’s not just about what you make—it’s also about how you make it. That’s why we make sure to do every job with our client’s needs. We take pride in working with clients from all over the world and providing them with the best service possible.
We also have a high-quality standard that keeps our customers coming back again and again. Our tight tolerance means that what you expect is exactly what you receive. And if it isn’t, we’re happy to make it right.
And last but certainly not least is our design capability—we can take your ideas and turn them into reality, so don’t be afraid to dream big!
Benefits of Using Molding Services
Besides being an experienced molding parts provider, Prototool goes above and beyond your expectations and lets you reap multiple benefits if you avail of our services. Here’s why we are so great to work with:
- Get the Product With EXACT Specs for Top-Notch Molding Capabilities: We are molding experts. Hence, we are always up to help you beyond only making molds for you. You can take advantage of our production services to receive the final product that matches exactly your expectations.
- Get Diversified Range of Molds: Need diversity in your molds? No need to find different molding companies for your varying projects. Just discuss your requirements with us as we offer a broad range of molding services.
- Access the Massive Production Capacity: With our digital manufacturing process, we can handle the production of massively large orders with great ease. That, too, with a rapid turnaround time. So, you won’t have to wait longer to receive your larger batch orders while working with us.
- You Get Guaranteed Quality: With a brag-worthy experience in the molding industry and having served 30+ countries worldwide, we are confident in our quality. Furthermore, we are certified in AS9100D, ISO 9001:2015, and ISO 13485:2016.
Different industries use injection molding services. Robotics, Automotive, Electronics, Consumer Goods, Medical, and Aerospace industry, to name a few.
Absolutely, yes! We can run different material colors in the same order. However, you’ll have to pay a purge charge for this service.
It’s the fastest way to create numerous plastic parts with repeatable dimensional tolerances.
The two main factors that influence the cost of the molding process are the plastic resin and the overall time of injection molding.
It depends. The complexity of design mainly decides the timeline for making molding tools. It takes 5 days to two weeks to make a molding tool.
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