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What are injection molding process services?

Injection molding is a plastic manufacturing process that involves melting plastic polymers over a short period of time to create plastic parts. Injection molding process refers to the process of making semi-finished parts of a certain shape from molten raw materials through operations such as pressurization, injection, cooling, mold opening, and demoulding. Its raw materials include ABS\PE polyethylene, PP polypropylene, PA, polystyrene, etc. Injection molding can help produce hundreds or thousands of products at a cost-effective price. Using this system, you can manufacture parts of varying shapes, including those with complex dimensions.

Why use injection molding?

Plastic materials are now renowned in many industries for their affordability, durability and wide range of functionality.

High-end plastics offer exceptional strength, exceptional durability and flexibility, and pleasing aesthetics.

The availability of recyclable plastic materials ensures environmental sustainability.

Injection molding is also cost-effective, highly flexible and precise. It ensures that products are produced within shorter cycle times.

Injection molding products can be used in many industries. Most of the plastic products on the market are derived from the injection molding process, such as plastic toys, the back cover of your computer and TV, the shell of the rice cooker in the kitchen, the shell of the air fryer, the air freshener, and the trash can. , intelligent robot shell, etc.

Injection molding materials

In the global injection molding industry, the most commonly used thermoplastics are:

Polypropylene (PP),

Acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene copolymer (ABS),

Polyethylene (PE) and polystyrene (PS).

Thermoplastic Elastomer (TPE)

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