Injection moulding is an automated manufacturing process, satisfactory for prototyping, low volume production and bridge tooling.
This is a process of injecting malleable thermoplastics or polymers of thermosetting into a mould cavity. Once solidified, the end product is ejected from the mould.
In this process we can help you decrease design risk complexities, meet limited period timelines, reduce the effort of production and lower input costs.
Plastic Injection Moulding
Plastic injection moulding is a process in which the pellets of thermosetting polymers or thermoplastic polymers are melted and then pressure injected into the cavity of the mould, filling and solidifying the end product.
This process involves Aluminium mould, which transfers the heat more efficiently than steel, producing quality products without using the cooling channels. This method is an efficient and simple mechanism for producing great products
Liquid Silicone Rubber
Liquid Silicone Rubber is a thermally stabilizing process of two components together. It is then heat cured and a platinum catalyst is used in the mould to produce the final product.
LSR can be targeted by certain gasoline, spirit solvents, but yet it has supreme chemical resistance properties along with the thermal and electrical features.
This mechanism does not involve ejector pins, as the LSR is flexible and are manually removed. LSR is a thermosetting material which is in a permanent state once the moulding is done. It cannot be melted back into its original form like thermoplastic.
Over Moulding and Insert Moulding
Both of these Over Moulding and Insert Moulding processes involve using two types of materials together to manufacture a part.
However, Over Moulding requires two steps: One for the creation of the substrate. And other for the overmold that goes on top of it.
Insert moulding takes only one step, it makes for stronger parts and a more robust structure.