Rapid Tooling & injection Molding Services

What is Rapid Injection molding? (Rapid Tooling/ Mold making)

RT for Injection Moulding Services. Think of rapid injection molding as end use prototype manufacturing.

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Mold Development Capabilities:

Rapid Tooling

We offer rapid prototyping using our injection molding services. Think of rapid injection molding as end-use prototype manufacturing.

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Overmolding or family molding

Overmolding is a unique injection molding process that combines two or more components together. It is the best practice for the production of multi-color and multi-layers products.

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Insert Moulding

Overmolding is a unique injection molding process that combines two or more components together. It is the best practice for the production of multi-color and multi-layers products.

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Plastic Injection Moulding Materials

RT for Injection Moulding Services. Think of rapid injection molding as end use prototype manufacturing.

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Typical post processing finishing options

SPI/VDI Mold Finishes
Painting

Chrome Plating

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About the Process

The injection molding process requires an injection molding machine, raw plastic material, and a machined mold. The raw plastic material is first melted in the injection unit then injected into the mold — most often machined from steel or aluminum — where it cools and solidifies into the final plastic part.

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Why Use Rapid Injection Molding

Injection Molding vs Vacuum Casting:

Injection Molding vs Vacuum Casting Vacuum (urethane) casting offers a lower front-end cost with a higher unit price, while injection molding demands a higher front-end cost, but a significantly lower unit price. With higher volume production runs, you will simply not see the same ROI with vacuum casting than you will with injection molding.

Rapid Injection Molding is used for

Producing low-volume (up to 100,000) quality production parts and prototypes from real materials. Rapid injection molding is used for prototyping, bridging and low volume production run parts in less time and at a reduced cost than full production mold.

Advantages of Injection Molding

Cost effective
Highly efficient and reliable
Real production grade materials
Offers flexibility (in materials and colors)
High quality parts

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FAQ

SPI/VDI Mold Finishes
Painting

Chrome Plating

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