Injection Molding Plastics
Injection molding is a manufacturing process for producing parts by injecting molten material into a mold. Injection molding can be performed with a wide variety of materials, including metals, glasses, elastomers, confections, and most commonly thermoplastic and thermosetting polymers.
|ABS||High Impact Strength, Good Dimensional Stability, and Ease of Processing||$||Learn More|
|POM (Delrin)||Good Dimensional Stability and Low Moisture Absorption||$$$$||Learn More|
|PC (Polycarbonate)||Ghigh Heat Resistance||$$||Learn More|
|PA (Nylon)||High Strength, Good Abrasion Resistance, and Low Friction||$$||Learn More|
|PMMA (Acrylic)||Strong and Durable||$$||Learn More|
|PEEK||High Melting Point, Good Chemical Resistance||$$||Learn More|
|PP (Polypropylene)||Heat Resistant,Chemically Resistant,Easy to Mold and Shape||$$||Learn More|
|PE (Polyethylene)||Low Melting Point, Good Chemical Resistance||$$||Learn More|
Frequently Asked Questions
Injection molding plastic has a lot of benefits. Some of these benefits include the fact that it is very versatile, strong, and durable. In addition, injection molding plastic is very easy to work with and can be molded into just about any shape or size that you need.
Injection molding plastics can be used for a wide variety of purposes, including medical purposes. In fact, many medical devices and parts are made with injection molded plastics. Injection molded plastics are often used in medical applications because they are strong and durable, and can be sterilized to prevent infection.
Injection molding is faster, more precise, and more versatile than other plastics manufacturing processes. Injection molding can be used to create products with complex shapes, and it can be used to mass-produce products. In addition, injection molding plastic is often less expensive than other types of plastic.