Plastic Injection Molding services

Plastic Injection molding is a common production process used to manufacture plastic parts from materials called thermoplastics. This process is typically used to produce plastic parts in large quantities. Plastic Injection Molding involves melting plastic and then injecting it into a mold, where it cools and solidifies, taking the final form as the desired plastic part.

This process can be repeated as required to produce thousands or even millions of the same part. Hence, the process of plastic injection molding allows manufacturers to create as many plastic parts as they want using just a single mold.

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High Quality

Although we offer highly economical rates, we never compromise on the quality of our products and services. Our process quality systems ensure that your parts are of the highest quality possible for your application.

Online Quotes

Our interactive online quotation system provides fast online quotes for plastic injection molding so that the manufacturing process can commence sooner.

Quick Turnaround

Our team members are experts when it comes to delivering products with speed and excellence. With a quicker turnaround, we help you reach the market quicker and give you an edge over your competitors.

Custom Design Optimization

Our plastic injection molding machines cover a wide range of capacities horizontally and vertically, which allows us to provide virtually any short or long-run custom design production you require.

How To Work With Us

The plastic injection molding process may seem simple, but there are many parameters that need to be tightly controlled to ensure the quality and consistency of the plastic components produced.

Here is the typical working order to expect when you hire us for our plastic injection molding services:

Submit Request

Submit your free quote request with a description and technical drawing of your product. In case of no technical drawing, no worries. We can reverse engineer.

DFM & Quotation

We usually get back to you within 24 hours.

Mold-making & Machining

Once you approve the quote and make the deposit, we start working on the initial work of mold-making, preparing machines, and so on.


Packaged, labeled, and shipped to your door right on time

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The Plastic Injection Molding Process

1. Clamping

The injection mold is usually made in two pieces. These two plates of the mold are pushed up against each other in a machine press during the first step, clamping.

3. Dwelling

Next is the dwelling phase, where the melted plastic is filled to the entirety of the mold through pressure. The pressure is applied directly to the mold such that the liquid fills all mold cavities, and the product comes out accurately and is identical to the mold.

5. Mold opening

In this step, a clamping motor slowly opens the two parts of the mold to make for the safe and simple removal of the final product.

2. Injection

Once the two plates of the mold are clamped together, the actual process of injection can begin. The plastic, typically in the form of pellets, is first melted down to form a complete liquid. That liquid is then injected into the mold.

4. Cooling

In the cooling stage, the mold is left alone so the hot plastic inside can cool down and solidify into a usable product, as shaped by the inside of the mold.

6. Ejection

Once the mold is properly open, an ejector bar will gently push the solidified product out of the open mold cavity, revealing the final product for customer use.

Materials Used for Plastic Injection Molding

We offer a wide selection of materials for your project, depending on the application. The materials used when creating parts and products with plastic injection molding vary in their mechanical, thermal, chemical, electrical, and optical properties.

Here are the most commonly used materials for plastic injection molding:

Acetal Homopolymer/Delrin

PMMA (Acrylic, Plexiglas)


More custom materials on request



For our plastic injection molding services, we are typically able to maintain a machining tolerance of +/- 0.003 in. (0.08mm) with an included resin tolerance that can be more than but not less than +/- 0.002 in. /in. (0.002mm/mm).


We offer multiple finishing options to complete the plastic products made with the plastic injection molding process. You can choose from any of the following depending upon your application’s requirements:


Standard Finish

Interior, non-cosmetic finish according to the geometry of the mold.

SPI Finishes

Range of SPI finishes from Grade 3 diamond / high polish to 320 stone low polish. These Finishing options include SPI A-1, SPI A-2, SPI A-3, SPI B-1, SPI B-2, SPI B-3, SPI C-1, SPI C-2, SPI C-3, SPI D-1, SPI D-2, and SPI D-3.

Threaded Inserts

We can install the most commonly used and popular standard inserts in UNF and metric sizes.

As Molded

As the name suggests, the mold will remain ‘as it is’ – without any secondary texturing or polishing.

Mold Texturing

Creating textures on the molds so that it shows on the final product. This finishing option includes matte, swirls, patterns, and lines.

Laser Engraving

Engrave part numbers, designs, logos, or any other specified printing onto your parts.

Pad Printing

Application of an ink-based design to the surface.


Painting the surface with standard colors or Pantone matching, including Primer and topcoat. Masking available; EMI (copper) paint.

Industry Application

The Plastic Injection Molding services by us have a large variety of applications across all industries, including:

Aerospace and Defense
Consumer Products
Design Services
Electronics and Semiconductors

Medical and Dental
Hardware Startups
Supply Chain and Purchasing

Our Strengths

Industry Expertise & Guidance

Our team of plastic injection molding experts is here to build you a plan for success for prototyping, design validation, and production applications.

Production-Grade Tools

We offer production-grade tooling to all our clients with cost-effective and quick solutions.

Complex and Custom Designs

We run tight tolerances and 2D drawings for a wide variety of industries. No matter the complexity and personalization involved, we can make it happen for you.

What is Plastic Injection Molding?

Plastic Injection molding is a well-designed and simple manufacturing process that can quickly produce intricate geometrical shapes for custom parts and products. It is a popular process of choice for companies looking to produce repeatable parts with strict mechanical requirements.

Plastic injection molding involves filling a mold tool with liquid plastic resin under great pressure. The tool may have only a single cavity or hundreds of cavities to make unlimited numbers of parts.

Benefits of Plastic Injection Molding

Plastic injection molding offers various benefits for all industries. Some of its top benefits include:

  • Ability to produce large volumes of parts quickly

Once the process has been set up and tested, plastic injection molding machines can produce thousands of items quickly and efficiently.

  • High surface quality

This process can produce high-quality parts with consistency. Plastic injection molding typically produces parts that are strong, tensile, and highly detailed.

  • Cost-Effectiveness

Once the mold has been built, the cost of production per component is relatively low, especially if created in high numbers.

  • Flexibility

Manufacturers can choose the mold design and type of thermoplastic, allowing them to produce a variety of components, including parts that are complex and detailed.

  • Consistent and Repeatable

The process of plastic Injection molding can help produce thousands to millions of parts that are precise and accurately identical to the master mold.


Injection molding is a speedy, cost-effective, and exceptionally accurate manufacturing process that is typically used for the mass production of complex molded parts in various materials.

The time taken to create a plastic injection mold tool varies according to the complexity of the design and the possible heat treatment. However, typically, a plastic injection mold tool can be made anywhere between five days to two weeks.

Once an injection mold tool is made, plastic injection molding is the most rapid and cost-effective manufacturing process to produce large numbers of finished plastic parts. The products made with this process have excellent surface finishes with consistent and repeatable dimensional tolerances.

There is a wide range of industries using plastic injection molding, including aerospace, automotive, medical devices, consumer goods, education, energy, electronics, robotics, toys, and more.

Yes, we offer multiple colors on the same material. However, this may cost a little extra.