Manufacturing by injection molding

Plastic injection molding is a plastic processing process that involves melting plastic and injecting it under high pressure into a mold, where it hardens and takes the desired shape.

Plastic injection molding is one of the most popular plastic processing methods because of its efficiency, precision and ability to produce a large number of identical parts in a short period of time.

Lids made by injection molding, which make a tight seal on, for example, a metal can.

In the plastic injection process, the plastic is first placed in a tank with a heated cylinder. They are then dissolved under high pressure and injected into a mold, which is precisely tailored to the shape of the final product. Once the mold is closed, the material is injected and cooled to take the desired shape. Once the mold is cooled, it is opened and the finished product is removed.

The plastic injection molding method is used in a wide variety of industries, including automotive, electronics, food, medicine and many others.